Fight the power! And the sun! And the dust! Day two from Golden Plains, featuring Dick Diver, George Clinton and Naysayer and Gilsun.
It wasn't meant to take 11 years, but the Mark Of Cain's seventh album took the band through some challenging times.
The Mark of Cain’s first national tour in six years will take place as planned in March.
There may be a day when John Stanier – one of the hardest working drummers in rock – may not be able to tour with Adelaide’s The Mark Of Cain.
We pick out the best bits of music this week – from Kanye’s guide to race relations to The Mark of Cain’s brutal riffery and Thom Yorke being a paranoid android again.
The Mark of Cain have followed up the 6/8 groove of ‘Barkhammer – their first release in 10 years – with a new single that recalls the band’s formative years in Adelaide.
One of this country’s most unyielding rock bands, The Mark Of Cain, are set to release their first album since 2001’s This Is This.
Henry Rollins joined The Mark Of Cain in the studio last week as the band continue to record their new album.
One of the biggest Aussie bands of the mid eighties, the Hoodoo Gurus, have been announced as the headliners for this year's Stonefest at University of Canberra
To follow on from their sold-out national tour in January this year, The Mark Of Cain are back for two exclusive shows! Not to mention plans for a new album...
The Mark Of Cain return to Sydney after a 3.5 year absence and it's well worth the wait.
Tickets for the upcoming Mark of Cain's Rock Against Apathy national tour have been walking out the door with the announcement today of two extra shows being added.