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Castevet was an American black metal band formed in in New York City, New York. The band announced their breakup on July 21, The last line-up History - Breakup - Musical style. CSTVT, formerly known as Castevet, were an American emo band from Chicago, Illinois. Contents. [hide]. 1 History; 2 Band members; 3 Discography. 1 Jun Country of origin: United States; Location: New York City, New York; Status: Split- up; Formed in: Genre: Progressive Black Metal/Post-.
25 Oct On their stubborn and excellent second album*,* New York math-metal-madman Castevet, featuring Krallice bassist Nicholas McMaster, hint at. 30 Nov - 4 min - Uploaded by why is this not on youtube Band: Castevet Song: Obsian Album: Obsian [Full-length] Year: Country: USA Genre. 2 Jan - 45 min - Uploaded by William Martinez Summer Fences by Castevet Emo/Post-rock/Indie/Ambiental All rights reserved. 1.
15 Sep - 5 min - Uploaded by Metal Uploads Archive This is a new song from the "Obsian" album by Black metal/Avant-garde/Post- hardcore band. Summer Fences by Castevet, released 09 June 1. Between Berwyn and Bryn Mawr 2. Beating High Schoolers At Arcade Games 3. Plays One On TV 4. Obsian by CASTEVET, released 15 October 1. The Tower 2. Cavernous 3. The Curve 4. As Fathomed By Beggars And Victims 5. Obsian 6. The Seat Of. Complete your Castevet (2) record collection. Discover Castevet (2)'s full discography. Shop new and used Vinyl and CDs. Complete your Castevet record collection. Discover Castevet's full discography. Shop new and used Vinyl and CDs.
Castevet - Bike Notes. Decided to throw the song over this live video I found on YouTube. There's a great atmosphere in this video that the audio didn't really. 25 Jul Castevet's Mounds Of Ash was one of 's best metal releases. The NYC trio's blend of muscular black metal, hardcore punk, progressive. Castevet discography and songs: Music profile for Castevet, formed Genres: Black Metal. Albums include Mounds of Ash, Obsian, and Stones/Salts. 10 Jul Please forgive me for being a hypocrite. It's obviously the "thing to do" around the .Org lately: Giving albums that have been sitting on shelves.