NewsSeptember 13, 2017 9:07 PM ET1,510 views

Cable to reissue early recordings

Official press release: East Coast dirge kings Cable have announced a reissue of recordings spanning the first year of their existence. It Cost Me Everything will include a long out-of-print demo cassette, a Cable/Malcolm's Lost split 7" and the 'Part Three/Feed Me Glass' 7", chronicling Cable's evolution from 1994 to 1995. Watch a teaser of the compilation here: "We could barely play our instruments, but most of all we didn't care," the band said of their ragtag beginnings. "We wanted to start something new but we weren't sure exactly what—we just knew we we're growing tired of the growing violence and overall 'tough' attitude that, in our eyes, was killing what we loved." The Rockville, Connecticut, quartet initially met through their town's tight-knit noisecore scene, but they didn't join forces until 1994. Seeking an outlet for unencumbered expression devoid of punk's macho trappings, Cable became one of New England's most sensational underground bands, celebrated for their synthesis of complex rhythms and metal-influenced methodology. A fiery confluence of noise, hardcore, and emo, the recordings from Cable's inaugural year are teeming with a chutzpah that has only emboldened with time. It Cost Me Everything will be released via Atomic Action Records on October 13th. Stay tuned for more updates. It Cost Me Everything track listing: 1. Plastic 2. Chained 3. Flowers & Funerals 4. Wireless 5. PaperPlaneCrash 6. Part Three 7. Feed Me Glass

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