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Caleb Scofield Will Always Be Here

April 11, 2018

J. Bennett remembers his friend and former Cave In/Old Man Gloom/Zozobra bassist Caleb Scofield.

Stream Nomad Stones’ Pre-/Post-Grunge Debut LP in Full

August 1, 2016

Hear the debut album from Nomad Stones — featuring Cave In’s Adam McGarth and JR Conners — in full. 

July 2018

June 14, 2016

New titles from Immortal, Bongripper, Deafheaven, Between the Buried and Me and more!

A Very Heavy Metal Halloween: Adam Ahlbrandt

October 7, 2014

Ask writer/director/provocateur extraordinaire Adam Ahlbrandt for his job description and here is what he’ll tell you: “I make audio/visual filth, gore, death and sleaze.” This is no idle boast as anyone who has seen either Ahlbrandt’s uncompromising, viscera-festooned feature-length films — Cross Bearer (2012); The Cemetery (2013) — or his nightmarish music videos for band…

Listen to Mutoid Man “Scrape the Walls”

September 24, 2013

Christ on a motherfucking crutch do we have a treat for you this morning, loyal readers: An exclusive premiere of a churning, kinetic track off what promises to be a seriously off the hook brilliant upcoming debut album from Mutoid Man, the new collaboration between Stephen Brodsky (CAVE IN) and Ben Koller (CONVERGE). We asked…

Decibrity Playlist: Zozobra

May 23, 2013

Adam McGrath plays by his own rules, nobody else’s, not even his own. So when he sent over a list that simply included five “sweet” songs, who were we to argue? Not only does his time in Zozobra (guitarist/vocalist) and Cave In (guitarist) give him more than enough cred, judging by his selections (the first…

Justify Your Shitty Taste: Cave In, Everything After “Jupiter”

September 28, 2011

Almost every band has that album: you know, the critically and/or commercially reviled dud in an otherwise passable-to-radical back catalog. This time, Comrade Bennett accepts the editor-in-chief’s challenge to resurrect Cave In’s post-Jupiter oeuvre from beyond hypothermia.

Cave In – “Until Your Heart Stops”

July 18, 2007

Cave In have had many musical identities since their inception in Methuen, MA, in 1995, but the one that first established them as underground heroes was the dizzying, face-ripping metal blowout now known the world over as Until Your Heart Stops.