In their first run, the ever-changing Cave In began as a screamy and fiery hardcore group, then became space-rock astronauts and later turned into some weird amalgamation of the two. Their growing pains were obvious, and it's no wonder they had to take a break in 2006. Now, after reforming in 2009, the quartet is releasing their first full-length, White Silence, on Tuesday. It's like they never left: On it, they meander, nick a few Pink Floyd chord changes here, and make oblique astronomy references there. Catch them before they run low on life support again. With Make Do and Mend and James Plotkin.
Thu., May 19, 7 p.m., 2011
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