Hudson Valley destroyers Mindforce are the most effective hardcore bands presently working, and so they’re additionally a type of residence base that retains spinning off increasingly nice bands. Prior to now yr or two, the members of Mindforce have launched a bunch of different vastly promising bands: Pillars Of Ivory, Colossus, Sentinel, No Souls Saved. At this time, yet another Mindforce facet undertaking has launched a demo that stomps huge piles of ass.
The brand new band Cape Fade is mosty the kid of Mindforce bassist Nick Haines. Haines wrote all of the songs on Cape Fade’s new four-song demo, and he additionally sings and performs guitar and bass — all the pieces besides drums, that are dealt with by Mindforce frontman Jay Peta. The EP zones on a really explicit sound — the early ’90s second when numerous New York hardcore OGs have been beginning to experiment with melodic post-hardcore bands. The 4 extraordinarily quick tracks on Cape Fade are very a lot hardcore, and their riffs have some critical bounce; these things is extra Burn than Quicksand. However we additionally get a couple of enormous, hovering Janes Habit-type vocals in there, too. Cool file. Hearken to it under.
The Cape Fade demo is out no on New Morality Zine.