Cave In’s major-label debut ‘Antenna’ is due out this week, and the disc is full of lean, three-minute rock songs, a continued departure from the band’s original sound. “Our older records were filled more or less with 9-minute-long space-rock operas,” frontman Stephen Brodsky said. “So for us it’s an experiment to use the standard pop-song template. It’s like trying to cram our songs into a space they don’t fit into. In the process we trimmed away a lot of the fat. It’s actually hard to write a song that’s short and satisfying.” Boston.com has since removed the article.
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