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ORTHODOX Embraces Angular Grooves On New Single "Cave In"

The repetitious guitar lines are a nice touch.

Orthodox is now streaming their new single "Cave In" and there's a lot to love about it. From its angular groves and resulting breakdown, to the almost minimal approach to guitar melodies and riffs, it's an interesting song whose runtime does ultimately get stuck in your head. It's like old Korn heard the new wave of nü-metal inspired grooves of today, and got pissed off about it.

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"This song is about the frequent, unending desire to give up on whatever it is you're building, simply because you don't feel what you create can compare to what you've witnessed," said Orthodox vocalist Adam Easterling. 

Orthodox will release their new record Learning To Dissolve on August 19. Pre-orders are available here.

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