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CafFiends

CafFiends

CafFiends


The CafFiends were a progressive hardcore band from Pasadena California who are credited with stoking the flame that is grew into the San Gabriel Valley hardcore scene. The CafFiends' first nationally distributed album "Closer to Defeat" (2001 Screaming Giant Records) was released to much national acclaim. The self-produced album was a launching pad for the band, spreading the CafFiends around the country and allowing them a platform for touring. Read more on Last.fm
The CafFiends were a progressive hardcore band from Pasadena California who are credited with stoking the flame that is grew into the San Gabriel Valley hardcore scene. The CafFiends' first nationally distributed album "Closer to Defeat" (2001 Screaming Giant Records) was released to much national acclaim. The self-produced album was a launching pad for the band, spreading the CafFiends around the country and allowing them a platform for touring. Though shunned by some in the hard core scene for their unusual style and approach towards their music, the CafFiends formed a broad fan base of followers who were more interested in good music than any particular scene.

Through various member changes the three core creative members of Ed Mosqueda, Chris Nuccio, and Jon Gollihugh have remained constant. Immediately after the release of "Closer to Defeat" the CafFiends began writing for their next album. Almost three years later, the seminal album "Fission, Fusion and Things Made of Concrete" was released by Indianola Records. "Fission, Fusion and Things Made of Concrete" shatters out of the band's predetermined molds becoming more then just another hard core album.

Branching out with tracks of Noise Pop, Jazz, Drum & Bass, and an all analog music concrete opus, one hesitates to label the CafFiends as just another hard core band. The CafFiends played their final show October 1st, 2004 at The No Future Cafe in Pasadena. The band played a tribute set dedicated to the music scene that the No Future Cafe had supported over the past 10 years. Later that night it was posted on the CafFiends web page that the band would no longer be performing due to artistic restraints that had been placed on the band, and their desire to focus on new musical projects.

Current musical projects/bands featuring members of the CafFiends: Polygraph Cathedrals Bleeding Kansas Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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