Scream For Me: Its Knock Out Kaine!


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Lincoln-based rockers Knock Out Kaine release the vivacious and pulsating free single “16 Grams Of Heart Attack” taken from their upcoming album “Rise of The Electric Jester”. And they’ve only gone and got Bruce Dickinson appearing on it!

The album is set for release on 2nd March 2015 on Rocksector Records, which will follow an already sold-out launch event on 28th February.

“16 Grams Of Heart Attack” is available now for streaming and download at and features a trademark solo by guest lead guitarist Christian Brady of HellYeah!

Formed in 2005, Knock Out Kaine went on to win KERRANG!’s Best Unsigned Live Act in 2008, following which they toured the UK and mainland Europe extensively during 2009-2011. This touring included 22 dates with Steven Adler of Guns n Roses fame. They also toured with Chris Holmes of W.A.S.P. and appeared at Download Festival in 2011.

“Rise Of The Electric Jester” is the 2nd album by the band; their “House of Sins” debut was released on German label DOTT Music in 2012, a year which also saw Knock Out Kaine support British rock legends Status Quo.

The new album is a melodic rock cocktail of great texture and flavour which without question sees the band harness much of the invaluable ingredients gained during the past 4 years especially. A trademark Knock Out Kaine spirit and sound remains un-disguised alongside layers of mature songwriting and craft which will energise existing fans whilst without doubt attracting legions of brand new followers. Alongside the variety of influences and inspiration there’s even a local twist whereby the vocal melody in the chorus of “Cascading” actually matches the hourly chime of the cathedral in the band’s home city of Lincoln.

Track listing….
1. 16 Grams Of Heart Attack
2. Fire And Smoke
3. How Would I Know
4. Diamond Blue
5. Cascading
6. Ain’t Your Kind
7. Boxes
8. Flying Blind

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