The RED CAIN Army Is Coming! Announce New EP + Post Teaser

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The RED CAIN Army Is Coming! Announce New EP + Post Teaser

Upcoming Show Dates:

Sept 24 – Distortion – Calgary, AB – info


L-R: Samuel Royce – drums, Nik Ryzhenkov – guitar, Evgeniy Zayarny – vocals, William Lancaster – synths/orchestration, Rogan McAndrews – bass/back vocals
Credit: DM Photography

     Calgary, AB’s RED CAIN have posted a new teaser for their upcoming self-titled debut EP set for release on November 25th. The powerful, modern melodic metal project with European roots is back on the scene after a two year hiatus and line up change that features orchestration guru William Lancaster along with the talented multi-instrumentalist Rogan McAndrews to join founding band members Evgeniy Zayarny, Nikita Ryzhenkov plus Samuel Royce. RED CAIN is a storytelling vehicle of Faustian sagas and twisted orchestral landscapes – complete with articulate songwriting, heavy, groove-filled instrumentals plus evocative, rich vocals, all creating a memorable and dramatic musical experience.

To hear the teaser, please visit the following link:

red cain ep teaser


1. Guillotine (6:12)

2. Dead Aeon Requiem (5:45)

3. Hiraeth (5:17)

4. Unborn (7:03)

EP Length: 24:18

For more info, please visit


RED CAIN was originally conceived as an industrial/gothic hybrid along the lines of Deathstars and Marilyn Manson; they soon evolved to embrace intricate storytelling, finessed their guitar sound, and grew into a more fluid and dynamic musical style. With increased musicianship, the progressive nature of the band grew as did the influence of acts like Kamelot, Symphony X and Tesseract.
Infused with Eastern European mythology and vivid imagery, RED CAIN delivers their style of venomous, yet focused and cinematic metal, constructing compelling musical and lyrical tales in their work.

The band has been a steadfast on the Calgary music scene since 2012, playing at venues such as Distillery, Lord Nelson’s, Dickens, Vern’s, and the Republik, alongside known international and local acts such as Arkona and Scythia.

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