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    Posted: 21 Aug 2012 at 3:43am
Hello all!

I am looking for a reviewer to check out UK Rock band, Knock Out Kaines debut album...currently brewing a small storm within the German and Swedish Music Press.



Knock Out Kaine are a welcome curveball to what has been tipped for 2012. Unfashionably cool with their middle digit firmly raised to the trend setters & followers alike. Over the last few years the band have forged a chemistry way beyond their years, which only truly great bands are able to accomplish. By no means X Factor style ‘overnight successes’ they have been working their craft hard since their conception in 2005, building to the point where KOK are ready to explode onto 2012 in a very big way.
After winning KERRANG!’s Best Unsigned Live Act in 2008 and spending the bulk of 2009/2010/2011 touring both in the UK and Europe, Knock Out Kaine are taking on all comers, they have toured Europe and the UK offering support to one Steven Adler, Guns N Roses’ original drummer, when he took his already successful act Adler’s Appetite on the road.
Knock Out Kaine played 22 dates with Adler’s Appetite across Europe’s most famously debauched venues,. KOK also recently toured with Chris Holmes of W.A.S.P. supporting his new band WHERE ANGELS SUFFER on the UK leg of thier recent european tour, as well as rocking a presigious spot at DOWNLOAD festival 2011...

Well 2012 is upon us, and we anticipate that this is going to be a BIG year for KNOCK OUT KAINE... Excitement is building to near fever pitch within the band as we release our Debut Album entitled "HOUSE OF SINS"... the album has been a year in the making and we are so pleased with the finished article....believe when we say "IT ROCKS HARD!!!!"

Get ready, the eight legged disaster area known as KNOCK OUT KAINE is cumming to a venue near you, we ask for your undivided attention, and remember... ROCK LIKE F*CK!


Current Press Reviews

4/5
www.monstersandcritics.de

"Audibly damn hard work" 8/10
www.metalmessage.de

"This is the type of band you've been missing!"
www.americanrockscene.com

DOTT Music interviews Dean Foxx and Danny Krash
www.dott-music.com

"4.5/5 - Crisp and very animating, the British have delivered a masterpiece in terms of sleaze rock!"
www.metalunderground.at

"House of Sins, is what a rock 'n' roll album should sound like." 9/10
www.rock-garage-magazine.blogspot.de
 
“I've been mastering records for a long time across many different genres. Working on Knock Out Kaine’s ‘House of Sins’ album was a particular pleasure for me because of the quality of the songs and the excitement of the production.”
Ray Staff - Mastering Engineer (Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Clash och Black Sabbath)

"The swagger of Motley Crue!"
Kerrang KKKK (talking about the band)

"Bristling with energy, we predict a big future for Knock Out Kaine!"
Classic Rock 8/10

"These guys f**cking rock!"
Alex Baker - Senior Producer at Kerrang Radio

"Hotly tipped!"
Classic Rock Magazines - Track of the Day

"They WILL be huge!" 10/10
www.rocksverige.se - 'Rock Sweden'

"Dean Foxx sings considerably better than Vince Neil and lifts the song with his spot on sleaze / hard rock voice!" 7.5/10
www.rockbladet.se

Please send your request to [email protected]




Edited by knockoutkaine - 21 Aug 2012 at 3:52am
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