Posts Tagged ‘melvins’

New Cold Cave (practically a new BAND)

September 24, 2012

Whoa, what’s going on with Cold Cave? I just found out that they’re working on a new album and have just dropped a preview that is majorly kick ass, but on top of that, they’ve swapped to a new member lineup! AND, that member lineup can be considered a supergroup! Why? Well, the new lineup includes, of course, frontman and many project veteran Wes Eisold, but it also includes Samhain’s London May, LCD Soundsystem/Melvins’ David Scott Stone, Blood Brothers/Jaguar Love’s Cody Votolato, and AFI’s Hunter Burgan! Stream their new tune A Little Death to Laugh, a very synthy and gothy darkwave noise rock track. I like. I’m looking forward to what else this new Cold Cave will give us in their new album, which will probably be due out sometime next year.

New Cold Cave (practically a new BAND)

September 24, 2012

Whoa, what’s going on with Cold Cave? I just found out that they’re working on a new album and have just dropped a preview that is majorly kick ass, but on top of that, they’ve swapped to a new member lineup! AND, that member lineup can be considered a supergroup! Why? Well, the new lineup includes, of course, frontman and many project veteran Wes Eisold, but it also includes Samhain’s London May, LCD Soundsystem/Melvins’ David Scott Stone, Blood Brothers/Jaguar Love’s Cody Votolato, and AFI’s Hunter Burgan! Stream their new tune A Little Death to Laugh, a very synthy and gothy darkwave noise rock track. I like. I’m looking forward to what else this new Cold Cave will give us in their new album, which will probably be due out sometime next year.

OFFICIAL VID: 2:54 – You’re Early

March 31, 2012

Brit shoegazers 2:54 released another great video and single titled You’re Early. It’s a very satisfying dreamy, guitar filled, indie rock track. Their popularity will definitely continue to rise with quality songs like this. Out of curiosity, I finally looked up what their band name meant. 2:54 is heavily influenced by punk bands, and the name was derived from the “bit where it gets good” in a Melvins song. Mystery solved. But… which song?