Hardcore/thrash band Cage Fight have released the video for new single “Respect Ends.” The accompanying video, satisfyingly played out by Cage Fight vocalist Rachel Aspe, arrives as a warning to those that attempt to prey on others.
The singer explains, “This song is dedicated to men (or in fact anyone) who thinks it’s ok to harass, abuse, make inappropriate comments, or not take no for an answer, both in the real world but also online. It’s also a message of solidarity to those who have been victims of such behavior. The video is symbolic of the frustration and damage this can cause, and it’s something we, as a society, should not and will not accept. The final message is clear. If this is how you behave, stay the f**k away. Otherwise, you will regret it.”
The band’s debut self-titled album is due out May 13 on Candlelight. Pre-order it here.
One of the most furious hardcore records to emerge from the UK in recent years, the anger and frustration of Cage Fight’s self-titled debut album is the perfect catharsis for our times.
The album’s artwork — a grabbing hand with the Cage Fight logo tattooed on the palm — visually portrays the violent rage at the core of the band’s music. Legitimately inked by Aspe, a tattoo artist by trade, the process of creating the image is as impactful as the final artwork itself.
CAGE FIGHT TRACK LISTING:
“Intro” (Feat. Jeremy Sylvester)
“The Mirror Shattered”
“Make A Decision”
“Tell Me What Real Is”
“Eating Me Alive” (Feat. Trevor Strnad The Black Dahlia Murder)
“Bitch In The Pit” (Body Count cover)