Heavy metal will never die, but occasionally it needs a good kick in the ass, and revival heavy metalists Kaine are more than willing to provide the boot.
“Justice, Injustice” is a heavy metal roar of defiance, both in vocalist/guitarist Rage Sadler’s thrashing yell and the relentless guitar leads of Saxon Davids and Ant Murch. Meanwhile the muscular bassplaying of new face Stephen Ellis (Drop Dead Fred) and abused drumskins of Chris MacKinnon inspire endless headbanging with their tight rhythm.
The track is taken from the band’s upcoming third album, due to emerge later this year on Revival Metal Records.
Kaine are a five piece British Metal Revival band from East Anglia in the United Kingdom formed by guitarist/singer Rage Sadler in 2009. The band has released two studio albums (Falling Through Freedom & The Waystone) along with a live album and two EPs.
They have played with legendary acts such as Diamond Head, Dennis Stratton (ex-Iron Maiden), Praying Mantis, Tygers of Pan Tang, Holocaust, Sacrilege, Tysondog, Dealer and Deep Machine, as well as current acts such as I Am I (featuring ZP Theart of Tank, ex-DragonForce), The Raven Age, Wild Lies, Monument (featuring ex-White Wizzard members) and Savage Messiah.
In 2014 the band completed two extensive tours of the UK & Ireland, the second being as main support for Bay Area Thrash legends Mordred on their comeback tour, which saw Kaine play O2 Academies throughout the country.
Rage Sadler: Vocals and Rhythm Guitars
Stephen Ellis: Bass guitar, backing vocals
Ant Murch: Lead Guitars
Chris MacKinnon: Drums
Saxon Davids: Lead Guitars, backing vocals