In a number of weeks, Cave In are releasing a brand new album, Heavy Pendulum. They’ve already shared a handful of tracks from it — “New Actuality,” “Blinded In A Blaze,” and “Blood Spiller” — and in the present day they’re again with yet another. “Reckoning” is the primary monitor to be solely written by the band’s guitarist Adam McGrath. “‘Reckoning’ began as a demo I despatched to the band for consideration whereas mapping out the monitor record for Heavy Pendulum,” McGrath defined, persevering with:
It was impressed by the concept of including a music to the acoustic/electrical stay units Steve and I had been acting on and off for the final 20 years. A recent music with that set-up (acoustic/electrical guitar) appeared thrilling to pursue. Someplace between Led Zeppelin’s ‘Battle of Evermore’ and Mad Season’s ‘Lengthy Gone Day’ is the beginning of ‘Reckoning,’ a music about digesting large loss and forging paths into unknown futures.
Heavy Pendulum is out 5/20 by way of Relapse Data.