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Now as 2005 shifts into high-gear, RCA has finally allowed Cave In to release some of its recordings from the past couple of years, which will be supported by the group's longtime friends at Hydrahead Records.
And though it seems that Cave In might have finally weathered through the storm that stifled its creativity for roughly two years, there is much to be learned from these experiences, as well.
Cave In is in-the-flesh proof that though the maturation process can be difficult, the results are often immensely gratifying.