Antenna

Cover Song: Every Time I Die (Cave In)- Youth Overrided

CAVE IN & EVERY TIME I DIE To Cover Each Other's Songs for Upcoming  Livestream

Recently, the very awesome show Two Minutes To Late Night started doing something quite fun and cool. They call it Splitsville and they have two bands cover each other. The first one was Every Time I Die and Cave In. Cave In chose the ETID song “Moor” from their album From Parts Unknown. Every Time I Die chose “Youth Overrided” from Cave In’s album Antenna. While Cave In did a great job on “Moor,” I have to say that Every Time I Die absolutely killed their cover. Ever since I heard it, I’ve been listening to it like crazy. It’s so damn good. I also have to put this out in the universe, we are in need of a Cave In & Every Time I Die tour in 2022!!!

Every Time I Die (Cave In)- Youth Overrided:


Cave In (Every Time I Die)- Moor:

Tribute: Caleb Scofield of Cave In

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On March 28 the music world lost one of the most talented musicians. Caleb Scofield, the bassist for the underrated band Cave In as well as Old Man Gloom and his own project Zozobra, tragically passed away at age 39, in a devastating car accident in New Hampshire, when his truck burst into flames after crashing at high speed into a toll plaza. According to the report, police stated the truck was traveling north on the F.E. Everett Turnpike shortly after 1PM when he attempted to change lanes before entering the toll plaza and ended up crashing into the barrier.

Caleb was a tremendous player and will be greatly missed. His work in Cave In especially influenced and inspired countless bass players over the years. Personally, I borrowed many things from Caleb including his bass tone and that guttural scream of his. I’m glad I was able to see Cave In and Old Man Gloom. This is a great loss for those of us that are fans as well as his family and friends. There is a donation page up to help offset the funeral costs and for his wife and 2 kids. Condolences to his family and friends.

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Album Rank: Cave In

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Cave In has been one of my favorite bands since i first heard them back in 1998. I thought today is the perfect day to rank their albums. So here they are in order of not their best to their best!

 

White Silence:

 

Tides Of Tomorrow:

 

Planets Of Old:

 

Antenna:

 

Perfect Pitch Black:

 

Jupiter:

 

Until Your Heart Stops: