New Orleans band CANE HILL have announced their forthcoming EP, titled Krewe D’Amour. The band has shared the captivatingly creepy artwork, pictured above.
Additionally, Cane Hill have released the new song “Blood & Honey.”
Watch the video, which initially debuted last month on Dreamhack’s Dreamies Awards Show via Twitch, here.
“Blood & Honey” boasts a buzzsaw riff and haunting vocal melodies — ultimately showcasing another side of the band’s frenetic musical personality.
“‘Blood & Honey’ is the first song off of our new EP Krewe d’Amour,” the band reveals. “After releasing songs inspired by ravenous anger, we wanted to switch gears and polarize our emotions. This song is the first of three to detail the motions of heartbreak and your ability to make the best or the worst out of it.”
Cane Hill previously released the Krewe De La Mort EP. The collection kicked off with “Power of the High,” which dominated the Devil’s Dozen on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal for weeks on end. It was followed by “Kill Me,” which was deemed by Revolver as “one of their heaviest songs yet.” The video for “God Is the Enemy” completed the trio of tracks.
CANE HILL ARE:
Elijah Witt — Vocals
James Barnett — Guitars
Ryan Henriquez — Bass
Devin Clark — Drums