CITY OF CATERPILLAR
Driving Spain Up A Wall B/W As The Curtains Dim (Little White Lie) 12"
Repeater Records and Adagio830 Records are proud to announce that they are jointly releasing City Of Caterpillar’s highly sought after song “Driving Spain Up A Wall” as a 12” EP. This 11 minute epic was never properly recorded during the band’s initial existence and only a few live recordings of the song from 2002 – 2003 have existed up until now. “Driving Spain Up A Wall” has been a long awaited missing piece of the band’s discography, but was recently recorded in their hometown of Richmond, VA and was mixed and mastered by Jack Shirley at The Atomic Garden Studio. The B-Side of the 12” also includes the track “As The Curtains Dim (little white lie)”, which was originally recorded during the same sessions as City Of Caterpillar’s self titled LP in 2002, but has never been released on vinyl. Both songs on this 12” brilliantly capture the restrained and explosive intensity that City Of Caterpillar helped to define as a sound in the early 00’s, merging the styles of post-rock and shoegaze with punk and hardcore. This 12” will be out this summer to coincide with City Of Caterpillar’s first European tour and more U.S. shows in the Fall of 2017. The 12” will be released in the U.S. by Repeater Records and in Europe via Adagio830 Records.
1st Press: 300/Blue, 700/Black (5 TP)
Release Date: August 6, 2017
City of Caterpillar’s groundbreaking full length LP is finally back in print after 14 years. One of the first bands to successfully merge post-rock and hardcore together, with complex and intense build-ups that led into bursts of rage and chaos, City Of Caterpillar’s short lived existence from 2000 – 2003 has had a major influence on the hardcore/punk scenes since the original release of this LP back in 2002. They were able to capture the dynamic sounds of Godspeed! You Black Emperor with bands like Portraits of Past and Pg. 99. City of Caterpillar shared members with Pg. 99 and members went onto bands such as Iron Reagan, Darkest Hour, Highness, Malady, Haram and Ghastly City Sleep. The LP comes with newly redesigned artwork by guitarist/vocalist of City of Caterpillar, Brandon Evans, who also designed the original artwork.
1st Press: 313/Clear (5 TP), 679/Black
Release Date: May 27, 2016
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2nd Press: 600/Coke-Bottle-Translucent
Release Date: January 18, 2017
Cassette Tape: 200 copies (white)
Release Date: January 12, 2017
(East Coast Reunion shows only)
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Cassette Tape: 200 copies
Release Date: October 2017
(West Coast Tour only)
Funeral Diner’s classic “The Underdark” is finally back in print on vinyl after almost 10 years! Featuring former members from Portraits of Past, Funeral Diner were together from 1998 – 2007 and their 2005 album “The Underdark” is considered to be one of the landmark albums of the hardcore/emo genre. Along with bands like Orchid, City of Caterpillar, and Yaphet Kotto - Funeral Diner has been and continues to be a major influence on modern bands like Touche Amore, Pianos Become The Teeth, Deafheaven and many others. Repress has original artwork on a cardstock jacket.
1st Press: 524/gray (5 TP)
Release Date: June 6, 2014
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