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Tag Archives: Stephen Brodsky

Watch Mutoid Man decimate a record store

Posted by on March 11, 2014

[youtube]http://youtu.be/V5O_eusnfDE[/youtube] Mutoid Man blew our minds last year with their debut EP. If you haven’t gotten a chance to see the trio, which consists of Cave In mastermind Stephen Brodsky,Converge’s Ben Koller and Nick Cageao, you’ll get a chance tonight in Tempe AZ at the Yucca Taproom and at the Metal Sucks showcase at SXSW […]

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Here’s a full Cave In set from 2002

Posted by on January 8, 2014

[youtube]http://youtu.be/G7hHMqen3HQ[/youtube] Cave In might have been at the peak of their career in 2002. After releasing Jupiter in 2000 on Hydra Head, they’d fully evolved away from the metalcore scene that comprised their first album, Until Your Heart Stops and their demo collection, Beyond Hypothermia. Jupiter was a post-rock classic, with space rock, and singer/guitarist Stephen Brodsky’s effects-laden guitars […]

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New & Noteworthy, December 10: Rest Calm

Posted by on December 10, 2013

There are only two weeks left of new releases for the year, so while you’re perusing the new music of 2013 and formulating your own Top 10 list, keep these final albums in mind and do whatever you have to in order to preview them!   Mutoid Man, Helium Head (Magic Bullet)   This three-member side project […]

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Between The Buried And Me Frontman To Embark On Solo Tour

Posted by on February 18, 2011

Between The Buried And Me frontman Tommy Rogers will be embarking on a mini tour in support of his solo album Pulse (under the moniker Thomas Giles). Support on the trek will come from Cave In vocalist/guitarist Stephen Brodsky and Braveyoung.

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Cave In Frontman Releases Free Song

Posted by on March 4, 2010

Cave In frontman Stephen Brodsky has made a new solo track called “Here In Spirit” available for free download via The Boston Phoenix.

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Cave In’s Stephen Brodsky On Band’s Reunion, Tour

Posted by on December 1, 2009

When Decibel came out with their list of the 100 top metal albums of the decade, Cave In’s 2000 offering, Jupiter, came in at #2. It’s not hard to see why. An ambitious album that found the band co-opting their until-then hardcore influence with space rock and, to paraphrase one of the album’s song titles, big riffs. […]

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