Band Name The Mark Of Cain. Other productions from The Mark Of Cain. Songs of the Third and Fifth.
Band Name The Mark Of Cain. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1993. Labels Dominator Records. Estilo de MúsicaCrossover. Membros têm este álbum0.
The Mark of Cain is a hard rock/alternative metal band from Adelaide, South Australia. Their style has been likened to that of Helmet and Rollins Band, yet this band predates both of those groups and was influenced by the early work of Joy Division, Big Black and US hardcore. The Mark of Cain was formed in 1984 by brothers John (guitar) and Kim Scott (bass guitar), with Rod Archer on vocals and Roger Crisp playing drums. Before long, Archer had left the group and John Scott took on the vocal role; The Mark of Cain has remained a trio ever since. The Scotts have been the core of the band which.
The Mark of Cain were formed as a punk rock group in Adelaide in mid-1984 by Rod Archer on lead vocals; Gavin Atchison on drums (ex-Spiral Collapse); John Scott on lead guitar (ex-Spiral Collapse) and his younger brother Kim Scott on bass guitar. Steve Albini (of Big Black) produced their next release, a six-track extended play, Incoming (June 1993). Albini had met the Scott brothers back in 1987 when Mark of Cain had supported his group's tour.
Rock and Roll is a compilation album by the Australian band The Mark of Cain
Ill at Ease is the third full-length studio album by the Australian hard rock/alternative metal band The Mark of Cain. It was released in 1995 by Australian label rooArt and produced by Henry Rollins. First Time" and "LMA" were released as singles from the album. The Contender", "Interloper", "You Let Me Down", "Hindsight" and "Pointman" were remixed for release on the following album Rock and Roll.
|3||Fire In Her Heart||3:11|
|5||Can You See Now?||3:42|
|6||The Lords Of Summer||4:56|
- Bass – Kim Scott
- Drums – Campbell Robinson (tracks: 3, 4), John Rickert (tracks: 5, 6)
- Engineer – Bob Allan (tracks: 5, 6), Steve Albini (tracks: 1 to 4), Stuart Sheldon (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Guitar, Vocals – John Scott
- Lyrics By – The Mark Of Cain
- Music By – The Mark Of Cain
NotesOriginal pressing of 2500 copies. Has been repressed several times.
Cripple and Shadows were both performed during August to November 1988 when the Scott Brothers were between drummers. The Lords Of Summer two track master has suffered some degradation over the years and has a small dropout in the first 30 seconds of the song.
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