Cavern Deep – Cavern Deep Album Review

Today we are featuring a promising sludge/doom metal band, CAVERN DEEP, from Sweden. I have reviewed their self-titled debut album, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Cavern Deep is a promising doom metal band I discovered about a few months ago with the song, “Waterways“, off from their self-titled debut album which was released on July 23, 2021. Now, please give the album a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Music of these gentlemen has stayed with me since I heard of them for the first time, and in the last couple of days, I started to realize how much it grew in me. The taste of this music is quite exceptional, hard to find something else to replace the certain feeling of it. Although they are a new band, I see Cavern Deep more like an established band. And surprisingly, they are the first doom metal band that I feel like becoming a fan of.

The most surprising thing about Cavern Deep, is that this is just their debut album, which is truly impressive. Having the standards of the current Mastodon in your debut album is a big deal. Obviously, these Scandinavian gentlemen are experienced artists, doesn’t seem like this project is their first time in the professional music scene.

First of all, Cavern Deep shows so much potential with everything about their debut album. They have blended sludge/stoner rock elements with a traditional sound, smoothed with moody doom metal vibes and Cathedral reverb. The band has already defined their music style very specifically for us, “Conceptual Subterranean Doom Metal“, answering all questions with only four words.

On the other hand, the musical character here is quite recognizable. I don’t necessarily listen to any doom metal, to be honest, yet, we don’t see new bands exceeded all our expectations that often.

Lastly, the band has a great image, a whole concept for the entire release, where we can also see how professional these guys are when it comes to their band, Cavern Deep. The artwork is mysterious, going flawlessly well with the mood of the album. Not much left to say, Cavern Deep is one of the most impressive bands we have discovered in 2021.

Cavern Deep - Cavern Deep Album Review

The technical side of the work has its own beauty and harmony. The guitar player of the band, Max Malmer, is a professional producer at the same time and I must admit that he has a huge credit on the success of this outcome as a fact. The character here is so beautiful, has the necessary potential to get the Cavern Deep album among timeless, classic albums.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well-impressed by Cavern Deep. The band is showing real talent and potential. I’d be happy to see them touring the world and opening shows for bands like Mastodon someday.

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Cavern Deep – Cavern Deep Album Review

Cavern Deep - Cavern Deep Album Review

In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates Cavern Deep for for their self-titled debut album and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

Cavern Deep - Cavern Deep Album Review
Cavern Deep – Cavern Deep Album Review