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City of Caterpillar is the sole studio album by American band City of Caterpillar, which was released on May 1, 2002 on LP and CD formats through Level Plane Records. Since its release, critics have praised its sound, which combines elements of screamo with post-rock, and it is now seen as an essential recording of early 2000s screamo. The album would eventually become out-of-print for years, however Repeater Records reissued a remastered version of the album on LP format on May 27, 2016.
Listen to music from City of Caterpillar like And You're Wondering How a Top Floor Could Replace Heaven, A Heart Filled Reaction to Dissatisfaction & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from City of Caterpillar. City of Caterpillar is an American band, from Richmond, Virginia formed in 2000.
Running through this album is an element you cannot quite touch; you listen to the music as it seeps over the edges of the room and burrows into your head, rewiring, growing more each time. This three-piece ensemble shows that a sum can be greater than its parts. The band's moody, sometimes spastic, sometimes brooding breed of dark rock is both well-written and timeless - spacy expressionism and t honesty
Album · 2002 · 7 Songs. More By City of Caterpillar. See All. Demo + Live Recording. As the Curtains Dim; (Little White Lie) - Single. An Innocent Face, The Ghosts of Shadows Passing in City Streets - Single.
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City of Caterpillar were born from the impossibly perfect marriage of emo and post-rock. They've got everything you want to hear from this style of music, from thoughtful, brooding minimalist passages or subdued and melancholic chord progressions to swirling, glorious crescendos and soaring, violent emotional upheavals, angst ridden lyrics with poetic inflections and obscure references. Like I already said, City of Caterpillar is the soundtrack to every existential crisis I've ever had. Not to state the obvious or anything, but calling an album "classic" is clearly a very personal thing and shouldn't be taken lightly, obviously not everyone will (or indeed should) feel the same way about music but to me, City of Caterpillar is a classic.
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