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This collection of out-takes, demos and lost tracks effectively wraps up the final loose ends for Florida Sludgecore cult favorites Cavity, who finally decided to call it a career in the year 2000; having apparently had enough of widespread critical acclaim backed by non-existent commercial returns. You really can't blame them, as listening to furiously raw, desperately scum-ridden outbursts like "F**k Diablo," "Spine II," and "Human Abjection" feels just like riding in the band's no doubt battered and tattered touring van. Henry Rollins never had it this bad — you would have quit years ago! Amazingly enough, however, the songs on Miscellaneous Recollections '92-'97 deliver a pretty decent, unified statement for a bunch of often poorly recorded leftovers; but only diehard Cavity fanatics (the kind who will recognize the raging "Covered Twice" as a rough precursor to Supercollider's "Set in Cinders") are likely to care at this stage of the game. May Cavity at last R.I.P.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Florida-based Cavity were proponents of the Southern U.S. genre known as sludgecore, and, though perhaps less well-known than such peers as Eyehategod and Crowbar, their superlative songwriting talents and apparent phobia of the spotlight have transformed them into quite the cult act. Formed in Miami circa 1992 by vocalist Rene Barge and bassist Dan Gorostiaga, Cavity championed a harsh, tortured, feedback-drenched brand of hardcore that lay at a polar opposite to the upbeat, danceable, and, for...
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