played super-doom-metal that harked back to the Melvins. They did not compete
with Earth (nor with Boris) because they preferred short pieces.
They also were more catchy than the average doom band, despite the massive
riffs and drumming explosions.
After Human Abjection (1995) and
Somewhere Between The Train Station And The Dumping Grounds (1997),
they reached the zenith of their art with the
EP Laid Insignificant (1998)
and their third album
On The Lam (2001) refined their brooding hybrid of
pop, metalcore and doom-metal but failed to deliver a standout song.
Cavity's vocalist-guitarist Anthony Vialon
and Cavity's drummer Henry Wilson went on to play in Floor.
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