Just in case the idea of “holiday spirit” makes your blood boil, nu-metal outfit Cane Hill have just dropped a brutal new track to help ward off any sense of fun or enjoyment over the next few weeks – unless, that is, you get fun and enjoyment from listening to incredibly heavy, non-holiday music.
Singing about the idea of icons and how some of them grow to disappoint you, Cane Hill’s latest single is a dark, Slipknot-influenced track that will without a doubt get your heart rate going.
“This song is about watching all of our idols and heroes fall,” explains vocalist Elijah Witt. “Sometimes, their lives end. And other times, you just see someone you’ve held on a pedestal fall off. Heroes die — every time.”
To check out the brutal new tune, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to not only pre-order Cane Hill’s forthcoming LP Too Far Gone (due out January 19th) but also grab tickets to see them out on tour with Of Mice & Men, Blessthefall and Fire From The Gods here.