KING 810 and Cane Hill will embark on a co-headline tour this summer. The Last Ten Seconds of Life will serve as support on all dates. The trek kicks off on July 26 in Indianapolis and runs through August 11 in Joliet, Illinois. All dates are below.
Cane Hill have dropped the video for “It Follows.” The song appears on the band’s second album, Too Far Gone, out now via Rise Records.
The label will also release a limited edition colored vinyl version of Too Far Gone. Details are in the graphic below.
Upon release, the album, which cultivates a sound that splits the difference between the thudding nu-metal of Korn and the squealing power grooves of Pantera, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. It was recently selected by Loudwire as one of the best albums of 2018 so far, with the publication stating that we are “witnessing a piece of metal’s future morphing in front of our eyes.” AXS.com recently spent the day with the band in its hometown, as well. In early April, Cane Hill performed at NXT Take Over: New Orleans, as part of WWE’s WrestleMania Weekend. The band opened NXT TakeOver with “It Follows,” one of the event’s Official Theme Songs, inside the sold-out Smoothie King Center in their hometown of New Orleans. The band also performed with Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale, playing NXT Superstar Ember Moon’s entrance theme “Free the Flame” before her Championship match. Watch the performances of “It Follows” and “Free the Flame.”
KING 810’s acclaimed LP, LA PETITE MORT OR A CONVERSATION WITH GOD, is available worldwide and features the gripping singles “Alpha & Omega” and “I Aint Goin Back Again.” It was evered by Metal Hammer as “…one of 2016’s most fascinating albums,” lauded by MetalSucks as “…one of the most diverse heavy music releases in recent years,” and hailed by Metal Injection as “…2016’s best example of what an album should be.”
Produced by Josh Schroeder, Justyn Pilbrow and KING 810 and recorded in Bay City, Michigan, LA PETITE MORT OR A CONVERSATION WITH GOD finds KING 810 taking listeners deep into the dark heart of their hometown. Far from a retread of their acclaimed debut, LA PETITE MORT – translating to “The Little Death” — is an inspired, holistic body of work that marks a profound evolutionary leap for the restless and driven souls of KING 810. The title itself is a reference to the duel themes of the records: the real life violence and despair of Flint that builds the basis of frontman David Gunn’s narrative and secondly, the steady desensitization and terminal closing down of the human spirit experienced when confronted with those real life conditions.
CANE HILL + KING 810 ON TOUR:
With The Last Ten Seconds of Life
7/26 — Indianapolis, IN – The Emerson Theater
7/27 — Erie, PA — Basement Transmissions
7/28 — Syracuse, NY — The Lost Horizon
7/29 — Albany, NY — Jupiter Hall
7/31 — Hartford, CT — Webster Underground
8/1 — Reading, PA — Reverb
8/2 — Virginia Beach, VA — Shaka’s
8/3 — Jacksonville, NC — Hooligans Music Hall
8/4 — Spartanburg, SC — Ground Zero
8/5 — Johnson City, TN — Capone’s
8/7 — Huntsville, AL — Sidetracks Music Hall
8/8 — Fort Wayne, IN — Pierre’s Entertainment Center
8/10 — Detroit, MI — El Club
8/11 — Joliet, IL — The Forge