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Tag Archives: Cave In

Spotify playlist: Vespera frontman Jonathan Wolfe’s artists that influenced him

Posted by on June 22, 2017

Seattle based rock band Vespera are currently working on their full-length debut album, The Thoughts That Plague You, that will be out later this year. You can get a taste of the Taylor Larson-produced (Periphery, Darkest Hour) album via the video from “Bloom” that was released last month. You can also get a taste of what […]

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Mutoid Man give the Kiss of Death in new video

Posted by on May 2, 2017

If you’re a fan of either Cave-In or Converge, it’s almost impossible not to enjoy Mutoid Man. Featuring Cave-In’s singer and guitarist Stephen Brodsky, Converge’s drummer Ben Coller and Nick Cageo on bassi, who you might have seen doing sound at Saint Vitus, the powerful trio are set to release their sophomore album, War Moans, on […]

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Mutoid Man return with first taste of new album

Posted by on April 4, 2017

“Melt Your Mind.” It’s the title of the latest new song from Mutoid Man, but it’s also an apt description of what listening to the song will do. We loved Mutoid Man’s debut full length Bleeder when it came out a few years ago, given that we were big fans of Cave In. That band’s Singer and […]

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Here’s a handful of new Mutoid Man songs

Posted by on November 3, 2016

    This past Saturday (29), Mutoid Man opened for Darkest Hour and GWAR at Brooklyn’s House of Vans. The band have finished recording their second full-length album, which will be out early next year, and they announced that by playing a block of new songs. The trio played four songs, including songs called “Kiss […]

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You can buy over 12,000 metal albums on Amazon for $4-$6!

Posted by on April 26, 2016

It’s no surprise that one of the biggest music retailers in the world is Amazon. Sadly the demise of physical record stores means that there are many less places to go to get music, and Amazon’s convenience and ubiquity have led them to become one of the easiest ways to get music. And one of […]

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Mutoid Man to headline North American tour

Posted by on July 16, 2015

After their recent quick run with The Dillinger Escape Plan through the east coast, three-piece supergroup Mutoid Man will embark on a full-blown headlining tour across North America with support from Sweet Cobra, Wild Throne, Indian Handcrafts and more. The band recently released their latest LP Bleeder which can be streamed online now, but they want to […]

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Mutoid Man give you a 1000 Yard Stare

Posted by on June 9, 2015

The more we hear of the debut Mutoid Man full length, Bleeder, the more we’re loving it. Just the combination of Cave In’s Stephen Brodsky and Converge’s Ben Koller (along with Saint Vitus’ sound dude Nick Cageao), alone guarantees a good time, but the songs are even tighter and at a more breakneck speed than their debut […]

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Mutoid Man have a Reptilian Soul

Posted by on May 18, 2015

Can a trio count as a supergroup? Mutoid Man, which features members from Converge, Cave In and All Pigs Must Die, have released a new track “Reptilian Soul” from their upcoming album Bleeder set to be released on June 30th. After listening to the first single “Sweet Ivy” released a few weeks ago,  this new track […]

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Old Man Gloom bringing Mare on the road

Posted by on May 15, 2015

After a short run of West Coast tour dates with Coliseum earlier this year, Old Man Gloom will be hitting the road again and playing a few shows in the northeast in early September. Along on this tour will be Mare from Toronto. Anyone who remembers this band and their lone 2004 self-titled EP can attest […]

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Mutoid Man scratch an itch with sweet ivy

Posted by on April 23, 2015

The sophomore release from Mutoid Man —  the riff-tastic band made up of Steve Brodsky from Cave In and Ben Koller of Converge — will arrive on June 30th via Sargent House. Bleeder, their first new album since 2013’s Helium Head on Magic Bullet, is a 10 track affair and available for pre-order now on iTunes. Said Brodsky of […]

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