NewsJuly 22, 2021 11:21 AM ET3,460 views

Cave In sign with Relapse Records, prepare new album

Cave In

David Robinson

Massachusetts rock and metal veterans Cave In have officially signed a deal with Relapse Records. The group will release a new full-length album in 2022.

In conjunction with the signing, Cave In have re-released most of their digital catalog, including studio albums, compilations, and various live/demo offerings.

Cave In comment: “Cave In and Relapse have been on each other’s radar since the early days, when we’d visit Philly on a regular basis to play shows. They’ve witnessed our wild trajectory as a band firsthand, and having that historical connection with such a powerfully eclectic label is really something special. Massive thanks to everyone at Relapse for honoring our catalog, while fueling the incentive to create new music and continue onward.”


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easyhateoven 306 days ago

cave in

anonymous 306 days ago

panic at the disco should be on this

anonymous 306 days ago

caved in jerk

anonymous 306 days ago

No care ever

anonymous 306 days ago

Dad rock is stocked

anonymous 305 days ago

Relapse is the most aesthetic free label ever at this point. They should sign seether and 21 pilots next

anonymous 305 days ago

My dad is in this band and he can never make the $50 he said he'd pay mom for me

anonymous 305 days ago

Old guys who went soft are stoked

anonymous 305 days ago

Girls who think vaping is healthier than smoking are stoked it's the same shit as what's in the vaccine, would you breathe that shit in 50 times a day? Stay natural

easyhateoven 305 days ago

prolapse records

anonymous 305 days ago

Golden age of Metalcore bros are stoked.

anonymous 302 days ago

No one asked for this….

anonymous 301 days ago

Bunch of pathetic haters in these comments lol. Glad to see these dudes making moves

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