Caverns sounds like the love child of Mogwai and The Dillinger Escape Plan


Hailing from our nations capitol, Caverns creates instrumental music that is alternately devastating and beautiful. Combining influences as disparate as Mogwai, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Frodus, Tortoise, Ornette Coleman and Ludwig Von Beethoven, Caverns sound is as diverse as it is intense. Few bands operating today can claim a sound as wholly unique and original as Caverns. Even fewer can match the unforgettable live experience Caverns creates during its ferocious performances.


Currently Caverns has a single EP out on Lujo Records entitled "Sing Along". The songs "The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together" and "This Are Syntax" have gained airplay on college radio in the Washington DC area. Cavers is currently hard at work on their debut full length entitled "Silk Scorpion".

Set List

Our sets usually run between a half hour and forty five minutes of all original material depending on the slot we are playing, i.e. headlining we play longer, opening shorter. A typical set list looks like this:

Silk Scorpion
Dance You Son of A Bitch
Brodown: High Noon
Turkish Bathhouse Armageddon
The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together
Spread It Like A Virus
Stop Being Paranoid
The Money Maker
This Are Syntax