Cave In - Planets Of Old album flac
|A2||Retina Sees Rewind|
|B3||The Red Trail|
- Artwork By [Drawings And Construction] – A. Turner
- Engineer – Adam Taylor
- Engineer [Assistant] – Alex Hartman, Johnny Northup
- Mastered By – Nick Zampiello
- Performer – Adam McGrath, Caleb Scofield, John-Robert Conners, Steve Brodsky*
- Written-By – Cave In
NotesGreen Tea Frozen Yogurt colored vinyl
Recorded and mixed at Camp Street Studios, Cambridge, MA.
Mastered at New Alliance East, Boston, MA.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etchings): 80564E1/A DADDY HARD MAN SINCE 1995
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etchings): 80564E2/A HOT GARBAGE SINCE 1995
|HH666-184||Cave In||Planets Of Old (CD, EP + DVD)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-184||US||2010|
|hh666-184||Cave In||Planets Of Old (12", TP)||Hydra Head Records||hh666-184||US||2009|
|HH666-184||Cave In||Planets Of Old (12", EP, Pyr)||Hydra Head Records||HH666-184||US||2009|
|hh666-184||Cave In||Planets Of Old (12", Ltd, Van)||Hydra Head Records||hh666-184||US||2009|
|DYMC-111||Cave In||Planets Of Old (CD, EP + DVD)||Daymare Recordings||DYMC-111||Japan||2010|
Planets of Old by Cave In, released 26 January 2010 1. Cayman Tongue 2. Retina Sees Rewind 3. The Red Trail 4. Air Escapes CAVE IN, The insurmountable Hydra Head all-star traveling team ha. .Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Cave In reformed in 2009 and continued releasing material. In 2010, Cave In started releasing albums in their Anomalies project consisting of previously unreleased or rare songs. The series began with Anomalies Vol. 2, which was a full recording of a 2003 live performance from Italy. Features the final recordings of bassist Caleb Scofield, who died in a car crash in March 2018 while driving home after a weekend spent recording new tracks. Cave In put the demos aside while they toured in memorial for Scofield, and later finished nine tracks that became Final Transmission. Scofield appears on all tracks on the album and the title is a reference to a voice memo he sent the surviving members of Cave In before his crash.
Cave In burst out of Boston's metalcore scene by shading their heaving, chop-heavy sound with enough prog and indie influences to make them safe for Radiohead fans. And they still do. But in 2003, they were briefly on major-label RCA and competing with Foo Fighters and AFI for airtime on MTV2. It's about as anachronistic as Warner in a New York Giants jersey, and about as fondly remembered. 2005's Perfect Pitch Black followed, with little else other than talk of Cave In's indefinite hiatus
Cave In have been one of the few bands that have left a crater on this blog due to their absence, especially considering their importance and influence on so many other bands. Unfortunately, they were tinged with a bout of unimaginable sadness recently with the unexpected passing of long-time member Caleb Scofield (RIP). Following this album, the band went on hiatus in 2006. Cave In didn't disappear for long, since they regrouped in 2009 for more shows and the release of a new EP, Planets Of Old. This was followed up with their first new full-length in 6 years, which was 2011's White Silence. This record displayed an eclectic mix of what Cave In do, with some experimental slow burners ("Heartbreaks, Earthquakes", "Reanimations", "Iron Decibels") and some hard-hitters ("Vicious Cycles", "Serpents").
In These Black Days Volume 5: Cave-In - Botch. Split, 1999, Hydra Head Records. 1. Dazed and Confused. 3. Acid Rain in the Black Forest. 5. Cave in. 6. Inspire.
Cave In - Beyond Hypothermia (CD Used Very Good). Cave In-Lost in the Air CD Single Excellent. Planets of Old Alternative Metal 2009. Coextinction Release 13 Alternative Metal 2013. Live Airwaves Alternative Metal 2004. The sound these guys make on this album is a bit different to their previous efforts, and is a very dramatic step away from my favourite album of theirs, Antenna. There is a very noisy atmosphere to this album, which hasn’t really been heard on their previous albums in this amount of detail. Yes, they are known for using their instruments at times in very interesting ways, but there is a very noisy texture behind all these songs.
It may only be four tracks but Planets Of Old, the first new material from Cave In since their reformation this year, is more than enough to prove that their position on the throne of chaotic metal/post-hardcore was sorely vacant in the three years they were absent. Progressive and majestic without seeming pompous or boring, the EP is a bit of a shape shifter, in terms of approach and style, ranging from subtle, drawn-out harmonies over chugging musical progressions to boisterous shots of unbridled rage. When smashed together with such finesse, or lack thereof, Planets Of Old proves Cave In are a little of bit of everything and nothing specific all at once.
Planets of Old – Planets of Old is an extended play released by American alternative rock band Cave In. This EP is the first release of new material from the band since their split in 2006, Cave In intended to record and release an EP rather than a full-length album so that any new material could be quickly recorded and released.