Progressive Power Metallers RED CAIN Release New “Kindred” Saga Single “Demons”

L-R – Tyler Corbett – Guitar, Evgeniy Zayarny – Vocals, Taylor Gibson – Drums – Photo Credit Ravenkin Photography

Canada’s Red Cain is finishing their “Kindred” saga with the release of “Kindred: Act II” this coming October; and to whet palettes in anticipation, the single “Demons” debuts today!

The new single explores a demon summoning gone horribly right. Lick your lips and embrace your inner beast with this banger of a track. Red Cain explains the track: 

“In what is becoming a tradition, we remember our roots and continue our romp through “Kindred: Act II” with this goth rock anthem evocative of the delicious, bloody melancholy of Charon, 69 Eyes, Lord of the Lost, with a touch of Sisters of Mercy lost between the lines. This was a super fun track to write and play. It flowed naturally for us, and we put it into music with minimal changes – and haven’t stopped enjoying it since. Best consumed ice-cold, on moonlit night drives, an eldritch, forgotten places – with bloody abandon. Feast, friends!”

The spiritual successor to the previous album’s “Juliet”“Demons” hits hard and heavy in the best goth rock fashion, layering brazen up-front guitar riffs with a groovy electronic backing and pulsing bassline – the foundation to the age-old baritone-voiced gothic tale of a man looking to the dark side for power – and finding a wild ride.

Recommended for fans of Kamelot, Mastodon, and Amaranthe, “Demons” can be heard via its premiere on SonicPerspectives HERE

More singles are planned to be unleashed leading up to the expected release of “Kindred: Act II” this coming October 2020.

Lyric Video “Sunshine (Blood Sun Empire)” HERE

“Kindred: Act I” is available on Shop SliptrickApple MusicSpotifyBandcamp.

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