Rehearsal Footage from March 5th 2020 now on YouTube

Footage from last nights rehearsals

This was our pre-Burr Fest rehearsal ready for the sold out show at The Dome, Tufnell Park (London) on Saturday. Features cameos from two former band members. Please “like” and subscribe to our channel to help us grow here and expand our reach.

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Tracking finished for Reforge The Steel

Toby Woods tracking preview

Yesterday Toby Woods and Rage Sadler finished tracking the remaining solos and guitars for Reforge The Steel. The album will now move into the mixing and mastering stage before going to release.  

Kaine release debut music video for Voice in Hell – Premieres on New Noise Magazine

Filmed at Pioneer Music, Colchester by Max Campbell, this is Kaine’s first ever official music video. Voice in Hell is a song taken from their most recent album A Crisis of Faith, which has sold out twice on CD and has been downloaded close to 20,000 times since its release in March. A vinyl version of the album will be available in September.


A Crisis of Faith is the band’s third studio album, recorded at Pointy Halo Productions. The music video will premiere on California based New Noise Magazine’s website today (which can be found on this link and will be available through the bands YouTube channel, KaineOfficial. Kaine have been compared to bands such as Metallica, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest.

The album is available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Music, Amazon and many more below –
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If you would like to review the album, or feature tracks from the album on your radio show please click here and we will send you a full version of the album.

What the press have said about the album…

“It is probably the best NWOBHM influenced album I have heard since about 1984. Take any one of the big hitters from that era, still playing or not and they would have had wet dreams over an album this good. In fact, if an alien landed and asked for the best British Metal album I could not go back to my scratchy, old vinyl’s. I would have to choose this one and for me that is no easy statement to make” – Jace Media

“Kaine’s A Crisis of Faith goes above and beyond to deliver the rare album that is all killer no filler. If you dig British Metal with great melody, engaging riffs and terrific song writing look no further. I may have found my album of the year already!” – Metal Nation

“The listener can sense why Rage has been compared to Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson on multiple occasions: his voice is strong and hard, yet still able to meet those high and long notes commonly associated with Classic Rock.”- Grab The Mic

“Voice in Hell’ contains some of front-man Rage Sadler’s strongest vocals, before ‘Behind The Preacher’s Eyes’ unleashes possibly the best song that Judas Priest never wrote. Album closer ‘Alone (In My Forgotten Rage)’ opens with haunting piano, then a burst of feedback flings us headlong into a slice of pure, unadulterated British metal, which ensures that proceedings end on a glorious high. It’s the sort of track that deserves to be described by future generations as “anthemic” and is the kind of song that, for a newbie to the band such as myself, leaves you wanting to check out the back catalogue.” – Totally Tankered

A Crisis of Faith downloaded/streamed over 18,000 times since release


Since the albums release in February, A Crisis of Faith has accumulated a total of 18,049 streams and direct downloads across all platforms, such as Spotify, Deezer, Google Play, Bandcamp and many more. The album has also sold out on CD once already and a release on vinyl is close to being ready. A limited “Ghost” version of the album also sold out within a few hours of its release in March.

Although the album has been successful digitally so far, due to the low payment share offered to bands for digital sales, this only represents a total of £355.83, which is why CD versions of the album include additional tracks as an incentive to buy the physical releases. You can order the album on CD here.

A Crisis of Faith – Blog 2


From the Ashes ….

It’s been a while since I wrote one of these blogs. My reasoning is quite simple, I have been busy rebuilding the band following the collapse of the A Crisis of Faith line-up starting back in April, when Chris announced his departure and was followed by Saxon and Stevo thus ending the line-up that had been in place since the start of 2016.

I have already said numerous times how devastating this was to me, especially after what we had achieved with the last record and as a live band and to have it end so quickly and abruptly was easily my lowest point over the 9 years of Kaine. For me, it was also the greatest challenge ever faced as I had essentially a fortnight to rebuild the band, and chances are it could have even been the end of me as a musician and I honestly thought it was.

However, for whatever reason I have been blessed with another chance to succeed in music and to continue with Kaine. Liam joined us on drums while the majority of the old line-up were still in the band, and not long after we held auditions for guitar and bass and have been incredibly blessed to welcome both Toby and Isaac into the fold.

These three young guys have come in and had to catch up with much of the bands back catalogue in a very short amount of time. They have all shown a great level of dedication and professionalism in under taking the task and working with me to get the new band gig ready in a very short amount of time. Very few people believed we could manage that, and to be honest they would probably be right in assuming so. It was one hell of a challenge to be faced with. However, we are here now, approaching our 5th gig and as a line-up growing into a stronger unit on stage, are already playing a new song live amongst an hour set which we have already headlined with. In fact, we played it with such ferocity that Isaac managed to cut his finger open and had to come to rehearsals the next day bandaged up. Those who came were stunned that the band was still holding up it’s same high standards with an entirely new band which had been together roughly a month in total.

Despite all the problems caused by members leaving, I remain committed to releasing the rest of A Crisis of Faith and have been working incredibly hard with Breed Media to produce a high quality coloured vinyl version of the album, as well as mixing our 2017 live album which should be released soon after. This has been a lot of work between rebuilding the band, but as I said, I have an obligation to A Crisis of Faith whether the line-up split up or not and of course to everyone who paid extra for the pre-orders who helped us fund the recording in the first place. The good news is A Crisis of Faith has since sold out on CD and we’ve had to order more.

Because of all this work with the new line-up and A Crisis of Faith I have had to ditch the streaming on Facebook and YouTube stuff I was doing earlier this year, but once I get settled again I will resume what I was doing.

We’re now getting new booking coming forward with people very impressed with the new line-up, and while we have taken a knock, ultimately, I am just grateful to be playing at all right now.

I hope to see you on the road.
Love, Rage

Kaine breaks 5,500 views for A Crisis of Faith on YouTube!

The bands official upload of the album has now broken 5,500 views on YouTube since it was released in February. We thank everyone who has checked the album out there so far, and to those who have shared and supported the album since it’s release.

You can listen to the album on various formats below (and more!), and purchase the album for £3 on bandcamp.

Apple Music
Google Play Music


A Crisis of Faith Released Today!

Everyone who pre-ordered the album on digital download, CD and Vinyl will receive their digital copy today via e-mail.


The new release sees the band stick to it’s traditional Metal roots but with a modern twist and is the first full length release from the new line-up, which sees the debut of Saxon Davids on Lead Guitar, Stephen Ellis on bass and drummer Chris MacKinnon on lead vocals for two tracks.

The third release by Kaine was written, rehearsed and recorded by the new line-up of Kaine between January 2016 and September 2017, with the editing, mixing and mastering being concluded in early 2018 at Pointy Halo Productions.

We’re extending the pre-order for a few more weeks, so to get your digital copy for £3 or your CD for just £8 click the link below. CD orders will be mailed out in the coming weeks.


Entering the YouTube age…


So, we’ve finally decided to enter the YouTube age in full with our first Vlog below!


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