Rage Sadler, Chris MacKinnon, Saxon Davids and Stephen Ellis will perform together for one last time at next years Anniversary show at the Arts Centre in Colchester.
The band, who were the Kaine line-up from 2016 to early 2018, recorded the bands most recent album A Crisis of Faith and were a very popular live act that many were sad to see split up. It was also the line-up who played in front of a sold-out Birmingham o2 in February. The band performed together briefly at Osmium Guillotines album launch show in September playing The Mind Is Willing.
The line-up will perform a selection of songs from A Crisis of Faith. If you wish to see the final ever performance of this line-up, please purchase a ticket by clicking here.
Kaine founding member and drummer Josh Moreton will be rejoining the band for the 10 Year Show to play songs from the band’s debut Falling Through Freedom. Josh’s last appearance in Kaine was in 2017 when he joined and one off line up of Rage Sadler and Stephen Ellis from the A Crisis of Faith line-up, and Anthony Murch who played guitar on both Falling Through Freedom and The Waystone.
Josh had a large hand in writing the first Kaine album and has since played drums in Dismanibus, Forged in Black, Deep Machine, Rezinwolf, Elimination and A Bribe for the Ferryman. Dismanibus will begin recording their second album tomorrow, which will mark his recording debut with that band. He also features as a guest on Kaine’s forthcoming live album A Crisis of Faith Live.
A Bribe for the Ferryman are one of the most popular local bands and recently shared the stage with Kaine and Osmium Guillotine for the launch of Osmium Guillotine’s new album. After the success of that night, and given how well received all three bands were, it made sense to ask them to join the night also.
If you have not ordered your tickets – you can do so here.
Kaine’s Ten Year Anniversary show will take place at the Colchester Arts Centre on Saturday, April 27th 2019. This will be the biggest show the band has ever done, with a set comprising of material from all releases and will feature guest appearances from past members of the band in a special celebration of the bands achievements over the past decade. Supports to be announced.
The Arts Centre is one of East Anglia’s leading venues with an excellent sound, stage and lighting set up. The band will also be filming a DVD and recording a live-album of the night. This will be a Kaine show like no other, and fans of the band will not want to miss this.
We advise the you book now to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited. Colchester has excellent transport links by rail (just an hour from London), with the venue in walking distance of both the train station and Town Centre, with many affordable hotels in the nearby area for fans to take advantage of which can be booked in advance for lower costs.
Purchase of the tickets includes a free digital copy of the live-album which will be recorded on the night itself. Please support this momentous celebration of Kaine, this will be the biggest one off show the band has ever done and we very much hope to see you there. Tickets are available here.