DRUM RECORDING FINISHED FOR NEW KAINE ALBUM AT UNIT ONE

“What a weekend that was. I have been running on fumes all day and had less than a standard night’s sleep in the space of 2 days (probably about 5 hours sleep total), but this weekend was the best one I’ve had since the beginning of 2020, before the world came crashing down! Recording was very smooth, and I managed to get all my stuff done with plenty of time to spare. I feel like I pushed myself way harder than I ever have in any performance, and the new songs that we have are gonna be a bitch to replicate live 😂 but it’s worth it, it’s easily the best album Kaine has ever done and I’m really proud of all the stuff we’ve written.

The gig was definitely needed, my god it felt good to be back on stage again. It was the first time I’ve seen a lot of our crowd of hooligans in well over a year, and it was like we never left! I never thought I could miss the arseache of loading in and packing up, or sweating like a motherfucker on stage! Even the first gig beer tasted better than ever. It was bizarre having everyone sat down, but hopefully that will go away as planned by the time our next one comes around, then it’ll be a true comeback!”

Liam Etheridge finished tracking the drums to the new Kaine album this weekend. The bands 5th album contains 9 brand new songs, a number of which saw their live debut at The Music Room, Ipswich on Saturday. Engineer Wayne Thompson will now be editing the drums in the coming weeks as the band looks forward to the tracking of the guitar and bass as soon as possible.

KAINE BEGIN RECORDING THEIR 5TH ALBUM TODAY AT UNIT ONE

Last rehearsal sessions before recording the new album

The new album recording begins today as Liam Etheridge will start tracking drums for the new album at Unit One Studio’s in Colchester. The drum tracking will be taking place from the 21st to the 23rd and will hopefully be completed by Sunday night. The bands fifth album is yet to be named, but will contain 9 brand new songs written over the past three years. The album would have been recorded a lot sooner but it has been postponed several times due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

NEW ALBUM TRACKING BEGINS ON MAY 21ST 2021 AT UNIT ONE

Liam Etheridge will begin tracking drums for the new album on the evening of Friday the 21st of May 2021. The tracking will take place at Unit One Studios where the band presently rehearses and the engineer in charge of the session will be Wayne Thompson. Tracking will also take place the day of May 22nd (before the Ipswich gig) and May 23rd.

The band has decided to track the drums as locally as possible to avoid the potential spread of Covid 19 and to be as safe as can be. Rage Sadler will be overseeing the production of the record as a result, which is a departure from the bands wo previous records which were recorded by Pointy Halo at Redwall Studio’s in Bury, Greater Manchester, Pointy Halo having since ceased operations in 2020.