For Antenna, the band worked with the versatile Rich Costey, who has produced everyone from Rival Schools and Audioslave to Jurassic 5 and Philip Glass. Unlike too many major-league producers, Costey didn't grade off Cave In's sound in a quest for popular appeal. Instead, he tightened the confines of the songs without scrimping on Cave In's taste for lyrical and guitar grandeur, or the occasional twinge of metal. Ever since the great leap forward of 2000's Jupiter, Cave In has drawn comparisons to Radiohead. It's certainly true (Antenna's "Inspire" owes.
Antenna marked a shift in Cave In's musical style which, while critically praised, was met with distaste from longtime fans. In the midst of such polarization, the band would later return to its previous style, resulting in Perfect Pitch Black in 2005. Following the success of their 2000 album, Jupiter, Cave In were approached by RCA to record their next album. While the band signed with RCA, they continued to maintain a business relationship with Hydra Head, which had released their previous records and would continue to distribute their catalogue.
Band Name Cave In. Album Name Antenna.
by Damrod EMERITUS July 31st, 2005 141 replies. Release Date: 2003 Tracklist. And this record needed a while to grow on me, and even seemed quite weak at first, with little exceptions. ) as well as the great 'Joy Opposites'. Which sucks a bit, as the musical work is really good. The vocals do not seem weak or misplaced at all at any place on this album (at least I can not remember a bad vocal spot). The guitar lines are good, nothing to mock about. The bass is interesting.
Antenna is a music studio album recording by CAVE IN (Experimental/Post Metal/Progressive Rock) released in 2003 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Released in 2003 on RCA Records.
Album (Studio full-length). Alternative Rock, Space Rock. Until Your Heart Stops.
The focus may be tighter and the refinement may be a little more obvious, but such things don't hold the band back on Antenna; rather they further the progress that has been showing itself with every Cave In release. 100. This should be in everyone's stereo this spring, as it may go down in the history books as the Pet Sounds for the aggressive-rock world. 90. Like both Radiohead and Foo Fighters, Cave In is a stylistic chameleon that rarely uses.
Antenna is the third studio album and first major label album by American rock band Cave In. Released in 2003, it marks Cave In's first and only album under RCA before being dropped and resigning fully with Hydra Head. Antenna marked a more commercial shift in Cave In's style which, while critically praised, was met with uneasiness from the band and distaste from longtime fans.