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Cain Rising - S/T

 

Cain Rising are about to release their debut album. We've been recording since April and now it is finally mixed and mastered and just about to go to print in the next couple of weeks. It was recorded at Echo Studios in Buckingham, and was produced, mixed and mastered by Jamie Masters (Bernie Marsden, Romeo's Daughter amongst others). Style wise think of a mixture of Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, 'Lost Highway' era Bon Jovi, The Eagles and 'Americana' in general and you'll be about there.

 

We've put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into this, so hopefully people will enjoy the fruits of our labour. Physical CD's should be available by the end of November/Beginning of December, as well as iTunes etc for downloads, so anyone who is interested, give me a shout and I'll keep you up to date with release dates etc. Soundbytes etc to follow

 

 

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Track Listing:

 

The Rain

Jenny Jenny

Restless

Driving In Another Man's Car

Days Of Wine And Roses

When Johnny Walked The Line

Save Me

So Wrong

Better Stay Home

Fool

Ride The Sun

 

Line Up:

 

Jim Price - Guitars, Lead Vocals, Mandolin

Kev Blake - Guitars

Jez Parry - Bass, Backing Vocals

Jo Parry - Backing Vocals

Paul King - Drums

Dave Baldwin - Keyboards

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Honestly, mate, I've been waiting on this a minute. I'm interested to hear what you've been up to.

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  • 2 weeks later...

The album is now avaliable to pre-order over at iTunes, You can sample the tracks as well. Actual release date is November the 30th. Physical copies should be avaliable as from next week, so contact me for details if you want a copy.

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The Cain Rising album goes on sale next Monday, St Andrew's Day (when else!). You can buy digital copies from iTunes, Google Play etc.


You can also buy physical CD's from CD Baby in a week or so once they have stock or direct from the band at a Cain Rising or Southside Jimmy gig.



If you can't get to a gig, PM me here or on FB and i'll give you details of how to get a copy directly from me.I have some copies available now


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Well..it's finally officially out everywhere now, on physical CD, ITunes, CD Baby (CD's should be in stock any day now) Google Play, Amazon, Spotify and Deezer...Thanks to everyone that has bought a copy so far and supported the band, we really do appreciate your support. If you haven't yet got one and would like a CD rather than a download, just get in contact with me here or on FB and i'll will sort you out with a brand spanking new sealed digipak in all it's loveliness.

 

Cheers guys

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I just did the dumnest thing...feel free to hang shit on me for it.

 

I read this thread last night and thought to myself I should really give this a shot considering our very own Jez plays a part here.

 

So I got on my new Spotify account and searched for it then made it available for offline listening. This morning I plugged my phone into the stereo and turned it up really loud keen to hear Cain Rising for the first time.

 

The opener was excellent and while it wasn't my usual cup of tea, I really liked what I was hearing...fast, heavy, symphonic, huge guitar solos, fast (did I say that already)...etc...very nice!

 

But all the while I couldn't stop thinking...I know Jez likes a diverse range of music and certainly likes some heavy/smphonic metal as well, but this isn't the sort of band I would have envisioned Jez playing in.

 

So anyway I made it through the entire album and then made the embarrassing realisation that I was listening to the wrong band...it was Cain's Offering ?

 

Sorry Jez. The good news is I found Rising Cain on Spotify and will crank it up later today.

 

The rest of y'all should too if you haven't already...but make sure you get Rising Cain NOT Cain's Offering ok?

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Lol..I haven't heard too much Cain's Offering except the excellent 'Gather The Faithful' and I can guarantee you it ain't anything like Cain Rising, unless they have recently started to sound like Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty or The Eagles. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the album..let me know what you think ;)

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Definitely hearing the Bruce Springsteen and Eagles influences. This has been timely as I have recently been enjoying a lot of stuff by Glenn Frey. I've got a mate who is a big Springsteen fan so will tell him about Cain Rising too. Well after a few plays of the entire album I can report that it's a real goodie. It has a great vibe and I though it was well produced- everything just sounds really clear. The backing vocals come through well kinda like some harmonies you'd hear on an Eagles album. The singer is great too and at times sounds a lot like Springsteen. Favourite track so far is 'When Johnny Walked the Line' followed by 'Save Me' and the opener 'The Rain'. Excellent stuff! I think anyone on these forums who enjoys the already mentioned bands- The Eagles, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty etc. Will certainly enjoy this.

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Definitely some Bon Jovi in there, too.

 

And Poison, 'Look what the cat dragged in'-era. You really kind of honed in on that, Jez. ;)

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Definitely hearing the Bruce Springsteen and Eagles influences. This has been timely as I have recently been enjoying a lot of stuff by Glenn Frey. I've got a mate who is a big Springsteen fan so will tell him about Cain Rising too. Well after a few plays of the entire album I can report that it's a real goodie. It has a great vibe and I though it was well produced- everything just sounds really clear. The backing vocals come through well kinda like some harmonies you'd hear on an Eagles album. The singer is great too and at times sounds a lot like Springsteen. Favourite track so far is 'When Johnny Walked the Line' followed by 'Save Me' and the opener 'The Rain'. Excellent stuff! I think anyone on these forums who enjoys the already mentioned bands- The Eagles, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty etc. Will certainly enjoy this.

 

Thanks for the kind words mate. If you don't mind, i'll add them to some of other reviews and comments we've had back over on our FB page. All pub is good pub as they say ;) Thanks again for taking the time to have a listen and comment

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Definitely some Bon Jovi in there, too.

 

And Poison, 'Look what the cat dragged in'-era. You really kind of honed in on that, Jez. ;)

 

 

Sounds exactly like my heroes to a tee ;)

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Definitely hearing the Bruce Springsteen and Eagles influences. This has been timely as I have recently been enjoying a lot of stuff by Glenn Frey. I've got a mate who is a big Springsteen fan so will tell him about Cain Rising too. Well after a few plays of the entire album I can report that it's a real goodie. It has a great vibe and I though it was well produced- everything just sounds really clear. The backing vocals come through well kinda like some harmonies you'd hear on an Eagles album. The singer is great too and at times sounds a lot like Springsteen. Favourite track so far is 'When Johnny Walked the Line' followed by 'Save Me' and the opener 'The Rain'. Excellent stuff! I think anyone on these forums who enjoys the already mentioned bands- The Eagles, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty etc. Will certainly enjoy this.

Thanks for the kind words mate. If you don't mind, i'll add them to some of other reviews and comments we've had back over on our FB page. All pub is good pub as they say ;) Thanks again for taking the time to have a listen and comment

No problem. ☺

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Ok think I have this worked out now, it's not Rising Cain, Cain's Offering or Raise Cain...it's Cain Rising.

 

Seriously though, this album is really cool and I think others should give it a go.

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Ok think I have this worked out now, it's not Rising Cain, Cain's Offering or Raise Cain...it's Cain Rising.

 

Seriously though, this album is really cool and I think others should give it a go.

 

:lol: never heard of the other 2...I can see why it's confusing now, We actually got the name from the Springsteen song 'Adam Raised a Cain' if you really wanted to know :)

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166chds.jpg

 

 

Ok think I have this worked out now, it's not Rising Cain, Cain's Offering or Raise Cain...it's Cain Rising.

 

Seriously though, this album is really cool and I think others should give it a go.

:lol: never heard of the other 2...I can see why it's confusing now, We actually got the name from the Springsteen song 'Adam Raised a Cain' if you really wanted to know :)

That guy's holding that gun like a knob. If he pointed a gun at me, I'd be more worried about the guy standing next to me.

 

As far as Jezzer's album is concerned, I'm still digesting it. I'd like to give it a proper review, as I do with all my friends' work. But I can say, if you like this type of Rock, you'll like this album.

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166chds.jpg

 

 

Ok think I have this worked out now, it's not Rising Cain, Cain's Offering or Raise Cain...it's Cain Rising.

 

Seriously though, this album is really cool and I think others should give it a go.

:lol: never heard of the other 2...I can see why it's confusing now, We actually got the name from the Springsteen song 'Adam Raised a Cain' if you really wanted to know :)

Ha ok. Yeah I was just going through some band photos yesterday and came across that.

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166chds.jpg

 

 

Ok think I have this worked out now, it's not Rising Cain, Cain's Offering or Raise Cain...it's Cain Rising.

 

Seriously though, this album is really cool and I think others should give it a go.

:lol: never heard of the other 2...I can see why it's confusing now, We actually got the name from the Springsteen song 'Adam Raised a Cain' if you really wanted to know :)

Ha ok. Yeah I was just going through some band photos yesterday and came across that.

 

 

No one need ever hear Raise Cain. Shitty pointless mid 90's metal. Very boring album.

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A little video we put together for 'The Rain', the lead off track on the album

 

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Nice little ditty, mate, but in that video... the guy on bass... seriously, what's his deal? He's so... Jez-ish?

 

Anyway, hope this is going well for you, mate.

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