Old Man Gloom are prepped to release a new album this fall, a follow-up to 2012’s No. What will be their sixth studio album, the band that features members of Converge, Cave In, and ex-Isis will put out their forthcoming effort The Ape Of God in November, just in time for the Holidays.
You may remember the interview we did in 2009 with Cave In, when Steve Brodsky told us about his love for the band Fugazi. We love us some Fugazi. We also love us some Mutoid Man, the group featuring Brodsky with Ben Koller of Converge. Have you heard their debut album Helium Head?
Did you know Cave In got to fly on Dave Grohl’s private jet once? When we interviewed Stephen Brodsky and Adam McGrath several years ago they told us about the flyer miles they accumulated while going over the English Channel — “Lots of champagne, rolling on the floor, listening to Tom Petty...(Read More)
They may be taking a break from recording, but they’re not taking a break from the road.
We posted a few weeks ago about how Old Man Gloom were in the studio tracking new material. And today we’ve got more details about the upcoming album.