Cave In stopped by a gorgeous setting in Los Angeles’ Laurel Canyon for Gibson TV’s“The Songbook” series. The latest episode, which Revolver is premiering right now link below, Steve Brodsky and Adam McGrath, who sit down for a stunning playthrough of ‘Shake My Blood,’ off the band’s latest album, 2019’s Final Transmission. A deeply personal record, it was completed after the tragic death of Cave In’s founding bassist Caleb Scofield in an auto accident.Continue reading →
In a story we have been following for some time, Old Man Gloom have formally announced their highly anticipated brand new album, Seminar: VIII Light of Meaning, out May 22, 2020, via Profound Lore Records. The album will be their first without Bassist/vocalist Caleb Scofield, who died in 2018. Caleb had been a member since 2001 and the album Seminar II: The Holy Rites of Primitivism Regressionism (Tortuga Recordings). Stephen Brodsky of Cave-In/Mutoid Man is now the bands’ full-time bassist. Listen to the new song ‘EMF’ and pre-order the album below. Continue reading →
Here is yet another Ghost Cult “End Of Year” Guest post! We’ll be sharing lists, memories, and other shenanigans from our favorite bands, partners, music industry peers, and other folks we respect across the globe. Luca Cimarusti of Luggage shares his Top 10 albums of 2019 with our readers. Luggage released their new post-Punk opus Shift this past fall via Corpse Flower Records!
It’s time for another Ghost Cult “End Of Year” Guest post! We’ll be sharing lists, memories, and other shenanigans from our favorite bands, partners, music industry peers, and other folks we respect across the globe all month long! Cave In legend Adam McGrath has had a busy year releasing their new album, Final Transmission, and keeping up a hectic tour schedule. Adam has graciously submitted his personal top ten albums of 2019 for our readers!
It’s time for another Ghost Cult “End Of Year” Guest post! We’ll be sharing lists, memories, and other shenanigans from our favorite bands, partners, music industry peers, and other folks we respect across the globe all month long! Andrew Mikhail and his Orchestral Blackened Death Metal band Serpents (US) released their immaculate Temet Noscerelease, played some tour dates formulated many plans for 2020. Andrew took some time out to share his personal Top 25 albums of 2019, and he also curated a Top 50 Spotify playlistavailable on the Serpents U.S. Page that deserves your attention too! Continue reading →
And now, the end is near, and so we face the final curtain. My friends, we’ll say it clear, we’ll state our case, of which we’re certain. We’ve lived a year that’s full, and listened to each and every album (well, a good several hundred, in any case), But more, much more than this, We did it our way…
Cave In has booked an extensive US tour this fall, supporting their recent album Final Transmission. Support on the tour comes from War on Women, Lazer/Wulf, Helms Alee, and The Primals. One dollar from every sale goes to The Caleb Scofield Memorial Fund. Continue reading →
These days I live a fairly clean lifestyle. I’m working out almost every day, cut way back on carbs and sugar and smoke more weed than I do drink. Hell, in the ultimate piece of sacrilege I’ve even given my once beloved coffee. It’s a nice and healthy life and I’m sure my doctor loves me for it, but from time to time I need to get my adrenaline up to eleven. This is where a release like Redbait‘s Cages (New Age Records) comes in. Continue reading →
If you’re a fan of any music that Caleb Scofield created or played, bring the tissues for this one. Cave In‘s aptly-titled Final Submission (Hydra Head) is a collection of recordings made with the band’s late bassist before his tragic death last year and contains much input from the man himself. It’s a slightly different album than fans might expect, but in many ways, it’s more meaningful for it.Continue reading →