New Orleans, Louisiana based metalcore/nu-metal outfit Cane Hill seem to have been cooped up in the studio for the past few weeks, or at least that’s what their updates on their social media channels have certainly suggested to us. They’ve also reportedly been performing some new music at their recent live shows.
Now, all suspicions have been clarified, as it seems the band have now completed making the follow-up to their 2016 debut album, ‘Smile’.
tracking is going well
— CANE HILL (@Cane_Hill) June 20, 2017
— CANE HILL (@Cane_Hill) June 25, 2017
we're sad to see the demos named after some of our *strangest* fans go
— CANE HILL (@Cane_Hill) July 1, 2017
friends, it is done
— CANE HILL (@Cane_Hill) July 2, 2017
you're going to feel the change within us
— CANE HILL (@Cane_Hill) July 6, 2017
Of course, it’s too early to say exactly when we can expect to hear this new record, or to even know if this will be in the form of an EP or another full-length album, but it’s likely to drop towards either the tail-end of 2017 or the beginning of 2018 via Rise Records.
More details surrounding the release will be confirmed as they develop.