UK HEAVY HITTERS – CAGE THE GODS – SET TO RELEASE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED DEBUT ALBUM
‘BADLANDS’ OUT MARCH 25th VIA THE END RECORDS
“British rockers Cage The Gods are tipped for big things in 2014” – Classic Rock Magazine
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (January 27, 2014) – Melodic, catchy, accessible, memorable, uncluttered and layered with harmonic dimension and big choruses, that’s what you’ll find on Cage The Gods’ highly anticipated full length debut Badlands – due out in North America on March 25th via The End Records.
As featured in the recent issue of Classic Rock magazine 2014’s Hottest New Bands double page spread, Cage The Gods are new and exciting; they are British and young; they are cut from the same song writing die that has produced some of the biggest selling and longest lasting rock acts of a bygone era and who still manage to dominate a space in contemporary music culture today – The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Free, Boston, The Black Crowes, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi… the list, like the careers of the aforementioned is endless and lasting.
Showcasing accomplished musicianship and well-crafted songs with a strong sense of modernity and relevance, the members of Cage The Gods share a common belief that above all else the songs and live performance should speak loudest. They revel on stage and perform with an explosive high-energy that exudes maturity and understanding of their craft well beyond their tender years.
In February, the group will tour the UK and Europe as main support to The Treatment with plans to hit US shores this March for performances at SXSW in Austin, TX. “I can’t wait to play in America, the home of rock ‘n’ roll, bourbon, buffalo wings and fake tits!…The real badlands!,” says guitarist James ‘Jam’ Moncur.
01. Favourite Sin
02. The Ending
05. Trouble Reigns
06. Bruce Willis
08. A Thousand Times
09. One More Taste
10. What’s Left Of Me
12. Sacrifice (Acoustic)
13. Wake Up (Bonus Track)
“These British rockers could be huge” – Classic Rock Magazine
“The big, bold, larger-than-life rock sound of the ‘80’s. But it’s more Dio and Bon Jovi, than Poison, meaning it’s way more cool and raw.” – ArtistDirect
“Cage The Gods’ first release has good variation in both pace and style, and it is a promising debut for a band that could have a pretty promising career ahead of them.”