CAVE IN - The Sacrifice Poles

by CAVE IN

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The long long awaited reissue of Cave In's mid-period album under "The Sacrifice Poles" moniker, originally released on CD in 2001 and out of print ever since. Crafted from 1998 - 2000 largely during writing blocks for their "Jupiter" album, "The Sacrifice Poles" consists entirely of 4-track instrumental experimentations and choice jams.

Aside from 'Brain Candle Waltz', all songs on "The Sacrifice Poles" remain exclusive to this release. The full album has been expertly remastered in 2014 by James Plotkin, and "The Sacrifice Poles" sounds warmer than ever.

The vinyl edition (now sold out) comes housed in a 5-color silkscreened jacket, meticulously re-creating Aaron Turner's original artwork and layout. Robotic Empire is thrilled to finally present this excellent Cave In archival release.

Vinyl pressed in an edition of 500 copies (300 on opaque blue, 200 on black vinyl), with a high quality digital download is included.

credits

released 27 May 2014

Music - Stephen Brodsky, John-Robert Conners, Adam McGrath, Caleb Scofield

Self-recorded to a 4-track cassette in Metheun, Allston, and Cambridge, MA., 1998,1999, and 2000. All somewhat improvised, mistakes have been kept.

Mastering - James Plotkin, except bonus tracks (6 and 13) originally mastered by Dave Merullo

Artwork - Aaron Turner

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