WE RETURN TO REHEARSALS TODAY + GENERAL UPDATE ON THE IMMEDIATE PLANS FOR KAINE

As stated in previous posts, we’ve not rehearsed in several weeks due to Liam suffering with a significant injury. To his credit he has still played the last two gigs in that state, one being a 2-hour set in Sheffield and the other a gig down in Kent a few weeks back, but we agreed it would be best to try and limit what he did while he was in pain. He also recorded his drums for the Falling Through Freedom EP in that period.

We’ve still been very busy, we’ve signed and sent out the album pre-orders on CD, we have finished recording the Falling Through Freedom EP, we’ve been working on getting the artwork finished for both EPs with the Extinction After EP completed and Falling Through Freedom on its way. The new art for the EP will on the t-shirt/patch for the 2022 Patreon package. Again, we are sorry for the delay on both.

By next Friday, I will have finished tracking vocals for Extinction After, having completed the Falling Through Freedom vocals last week. As stated previously, recording and finishing an album and two EPs in one year has been the most work I have ever done with this band, especially given we had a tour thrown in a few months back!

Our last rehearsal session on October 30th

Today we’re back to rehearsals, focussing on our gig at the Brewhouse, Colchester next week and getting our set together for that, plus ensuring we’re up to standard in terms of playing together. We’ve never played the Brewhouse before either, so I am looking forward to it. We are playing alongside Heathen Kings and Osmium Guillotine so the night will have a very traditional Metal feel. The gigs on Friday next week, and it’s free to get into from 7pm.

I am hopeful we can try and get back to a normal gigging routine next year, however with costs rising in the UK and with yet more tax increases announced this week, it’s going to be interesting to see how bands and venues survive in 2023. It could be the toughest year yet.

REHEARSALS TO RESUME THIS WEEKEND

We are pleased to report that Liam now feels able to return to rehearsals and we will be back in Unit One on Sunday to resume regular rehearsal sessions. He has been suffering from a trapped sciatic nerve and subsequent muscle-related issues in his back. He had recorded, and played the last two gigs in serious pain, and had requested some time off to recover. We’ll be working on our set for the Brewhouse show this weekend.

REHEARSALS TODAY AT UNIT ONE FOR IPSWICH SHOW ON MAY 13TH

Last weeks sessions at Unit One

We will be back in Unit One today rehearsing for the forthcoming show at The Smokehouse, Ipswich on May 13th (Friday). We will be playing alongside Heathen Kings and Screaming Veridian with the doors 7pm. Tickets are available on the door. More event information can be found here.

REHEARSALS TODAY FOR 22′ EP AND IPSWICH SHOW ON MAY 13TH

We will be in Unit One Studio’s today to work both on the 22′ EP for Patreon and to prepare for our Ipswich show on May 13th. Uridium have had to pull out of the support slot for the Ipswich show due to singer Phil Cooke having a serious health issue. We wish Phil a speedy recovery and send our thoughts to his friends and family at this time. Replacing Uridium will be Screaming Viridian.

Last week we made good progress with two of the 22′ EP songs in rehearsals taking us up to 3 of the 5 learnt already. We rehearsed the new EP immediately after recording guitars for the 21′ EP which can be seen below.

Tickets are available on the door for the Ipswich show, you can find the full details here.

KAINE TO RETURN TO IPSWICH ALONGSIDE HEATHEN KINGS AND URIDIUM

Last week at The Rock Den

We will be returning to Ipswich in May alongside Heathen Kings and Uridium at The Smokehouse next month on May 13th. The band has played alongside Uridium before at the B2, Norwich however this is the first time they will be playing alongside Heathen Kings, although they have gigged with Andy Clarke and Alex Body as Habu, and Andy also formerly fronted the band Atorc. The Smokehouse is a popular venue amongst the Ipswich scene and we are looking forward to playing there again next month. Tickets will only be available on the door. More information here.