Knock Out Kaine – Rise of the Electric Jester


Hailing from the depths of Lincolnshire Knock Out Kaine burst onto the UK rock scene at full throttle in 2012 with the release of debut album ‘House of Sins’. Followed up by an aggressive tour schedule with rock greats such as Love/Hate and Tigertailz plus an appearance opening for Status Quo, the hard rocking quartetHailing from the depths of Lincolnshire Knock Out Kaine burst onto the UK rock scene at full throttle in 2012 with the release of debut album ‘House of Sins’. Followed up by an aggressive tour schedule with rock greats such as Love/Hate and Tigertailz plus an appearance opening for Status Quo, the hard rocking quartet have laid down the foundations for the release of their second album. It is said second album any band produce is arguably the hardest to get right, and with ‘House of Sins’ being such a solid début album it was with both high hopes and mild trepidation that I pressed play on Rise of the Electric Jester for the first time. Album opener ’16 Grams of Heart Attack’ has been out in the wild for a couple of weeks now and certainly acts as a conduit through which we can hear how much the Knock Out Kaine sound has blossomed for this release. On the surface the guitar work that weaves its way throughout the album is classic KOK, but the discerning listener will pick out the extra melodic layers entwined within the classic hard rocking riffs that are Jimmy Bohemians home turf. Balanced against […]

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