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Cain Resurrection Sign Worldwide Deal With Extreme Management Group

Cain Resurrection from Metairie, Louisiana, formerly Cain (originally spelled Kayne) from 1991, has signed a world-wide deal with Extreme Management Group. The band said, " On behalf of everyone in Cain Resurrection , we'd like to take this opportunity to express how excited we are, to be a part of the EMG family. We cannot stress enough how important we feel it is in today's industry, to surround yourself with individuals, who are as passionate and driven about your music as you are. We feel that this management team embodies that passion, and we look forward to the continued growth and success of our band, under the guidance and leadership of EMG."


A little history:

From 1991 -1996, the band released a slew of heavily influential music. The band carried this momentum through the early 90's, with performances with bands such as Sevendust, Obituary, etc.

Creative differences tore the band apart, and the story probably would have ended there, if not for Kirk Windstein of Crowbar, who encouraged the band to reunite for one show almost 20 years later. The result of that show encouraged the founding members of Cain to reexamine their passion for their childhood project. Mark Kloeppel of Extreme Management Group said, "This is some pretty amazing music emerging from the rich metal history of the New Orleans area. I mean, who would argue with Kirk Windstein of Crowbar. Not me! Can't wait to get started."

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