Monday 4 April 2016


GenresPunk / Post-Rock / Hardcore / Emo / Screamo / Skramz
Related artists?.
CountryEdmonton, Alberta CANADA
Years Active2010-2013
Song: "Valis"
Album: "Tel Fyr split"
Year: 2014
For fans ofSaetiaFuneral Diner, Coma Regalia, …Who Calls So Loud, An Arrow In Flight, Bright Calm Blue, Ecorche, Gillian Carter, Montcalm, State Faults, Adobe Homes, Dear TonightPeople's Temple Project, Suis La Lune and Adaje aka PROPER SCREAMO.
Label(s): Dog Knights Records / Pint Sized Records / Revolution Winter / Ghosts And Demons / Sad Records / Romantic Songs / A Mountain Far / Boslevan Records / Desordre Ordonne / Let Your Fingers Do The Walking / Aspirations Of A Madman Records / Win Htein Records
This post's artist is from the March 2016 Mix. This is track #3.
You can download: the March Mix#3 right here or get the new April 2016 Mix#4 here.

Hailing from Edmonton, Alberta Canada, TODOS CAERAN released a slew of material from 2010 to 2013. I was meh about the band until hearing their unreal split 12” with Calgary’s Tel Fyr. Two of those four songs solidified me as a fan, but this new attachment held only to the band’s newer material. Soon after this split they released their final album ‘Town of Cats’ which was a good listen, but failed to stick in the same manner as those phenomenal split songs. Speaking of those killer jams, “Man in the High Castle” is a spacey and screamy affair that eventually leads to a Hot Cross-lite riff to close it out. “Valis” floats around for the first half with a sound not screamy but not overly heavy, that is to say it is soft enough to entice some dancing and movement. At 2:39 the song slides into the ridiculous category with a repetitious and passionate concoction of climbing instrumentals and the excellently delivered line of, “Fear not, it is not our place to change. My friends fear not, it is too hard to change.”

The band’s contribution on the Orchid tributeEpilogue of a Car Crash’ should also be noted, as they tackled “Tigers” which is one of my favourite Orchid songs. They do a decent job with a very similar rendition of the original but don’t really add anything to it or change it in any major way. As for TODOS CAERÁN's early material, it sounds as if most of the 2011 splits and LP were recorded in 1 or 2 sessions as they are all good but don't hit that sweet spot that they nail later on.

In conclusion, check this band out. They're not the greatest but if you love the late 90s screamo mixed with some spacier elements this will be a welcome band to your collection.



2010 - Todos Caerán EP (stream/buy here)

2011 - After Dark 12"LP (stream/buy here)
2011 - Gumilinski split 7"EP (stream/buy here)
2011 - Mahria split 10"EP (stream/buy here)
2011 - Bears split 10"EP (stream/buy here)
2011 - 4-Way split cassetteLP (w/Lizards Have Personalities, Silencio Ahora SilencioBook Of Caverns) (stream/buy here)

2013 - 4-Way split 12"LP (w/Kaddish, Polina & Bonehouse) (stream/buy here)
2013 - Tel Fyr split 12"LP (stream/donate/download here)
2013 - Town of Cats 12"LP (stream/donate/download here)


(2013) TODOS CAERÁN - "IQ84" (from 'Town of Cats')

(2013) TODOS CAERÁN - "Valis" (from 'Tel Fyr' split)

(2013) TODOS CAERÁN - "Man in the High Castle" (from 'Tel Fyr' split)

(2013) TODOS CAERÁN - "City and the City" (from '4-way' split)

(2011) TODOS CAERÁN - "Left Hand of Darkness" (from 'Gumilinski' split)

(2011) TODOS CAERÁN - "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle" (from 'After Dark')

(2011) TODOS CAERÁN - "Diamond Age" (from 'Mahria' split)

(2011) TODOS CAERÁN - "Fragments of a Hologram Rose" (from '4-way' split)

(2010) TODOS CAERÁN - "Comfort in Chaos" (from 'Todos Caerán')


TODOS CAERÁN additional links


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