City Of Caterpillar
City Of Caterpillar
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Orgin Richmond, Virginia
Genres Emo, Post-Rock
Years Active 2000-2003
Country of origin United States of America
Labels Sea Of Dead Pirates Records, Level Plane Records,
Associated Acts pg.99, Envy, Darkest Hour, Stop it!!, Enemy Soil, Kilara, Monotonashhfuck, Majority Rule, Haram, Malady, Verse En Coma, Ghastly City Sleep, System 2600
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City of Caterpillar was a band, from Richmond, Virginia. They released a split with pg. 99, a full length album, and an album-length compilation of their demo and some live tracks.
Their music is short but technical, taking departure from Emo schematics. Like these bands, they often use the entire band to crescendo into a huge cathartic climax.
Their sound encompassed a style which was more influenced by bands such as Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Mogwai than any of the older emo bands. Very long, slow build-ups would give way to chaotic screaming and passionate singing. Their Japanese tourmates, Envy, also took this approach.
The band broke up in late 2003 as a result of personal differences.

Members

Jeff Kane – guitar
Brandon Evans – vocals, guitar
Kevin Longendyke – vocals, bass
Pat Broderick – drums (second drummer)
Ryan Parrish – drums (first drummer, on all recordings)
Johnny Ward – drums (tour-only drummer)
Adam Juresko – bass (on half of Demo and Live)

Discography

City Of Caterpillar VS System 2600 (2000, Sea of Dead Pirates Records)
A Split Personality City Of Caterpillar VS Pg. 99 split (2001, Level Plane Records)
Tour 7" (2001, Level Plane Records)
City of Caterpillar (2002, Level Plane Records)
Demo and Live (2002, Level Plane Records)

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