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"Review for "Sing Along""

(Caverns) picks up and tosses aside theme after theme before (Kevin) Hilliard explodes into some anthemic, Tony Iommi-worthy guitar histrionics. Only (Patrick) Taylor's mournful piano remains to pick up the pieces.
- The Washington City Paper

"Live Review 1"

Caverns' stadium-sized light show and over-the-top prog rock theatrics left more than a few of our jaws on the floor -

"Live Review 2"

I wasn't quite prepared for the high energy metal explosion (Caverns) were about to unleash, but I knew it was going to be electrifying. The guys brought the energy from the beginning and did not let up until the finale - Instrumental Analysis (

"Live Review 3"

What can I say? (Caverns) are 2 for 2 in my book. They absolutely destroyed. Their songwriting possesses perfect control of pacing and packs a lot of guitar, drum and keyboard depth into digestible and cohesive was through the roof - Aural States (

"Brightest Young Things Review"

(Caverns are) like loud, hard-thumping utility men between your legs – and there’s even some lovely piano to make you feel special - Brightest Young Things (


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".



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.