Thursday 10 October 2013


GenresPunk / Hardcore / Metalcore / Screamo
Related artistsN/A.
Country: The Philippines
Years Active: 2008-2011
Song: "...So This Is Home"
Album: "Fuego!"
Year: 2008
For fans of: Neil Perry, Loftus, Orchid, The Flying Worker, Hot Cross, Back WhenEd Gein, Welcome The Plague Year, Ruptures, Joshua Fit For Battle and Converge aka PROPER Screamo.
This post's artist is from the September 2013 Mix. This is track #5.
You can download the September 2013 Mix right here.

CAITLYN BAILEY were the best band I've ever heard that has come out of The Philippines. They played a very abrasive and spazztic style of screamo influenced by Neil PerryRuptures and Orchid with definite nods to hardcore/metal bands like Ed Gein and Converge. There were 2 vocalists, one male and one female who sound similar to the back and forth screaming of Welcome The Plague Year. Apparently there will be a remastered LP released this year but I haven't heard anything in 10 months, so don't hold your breath.

This band was absolutely killer! Go to the CAITLYN BAILEY's bandcamp here and download the discography for free.  Enjoy!


Click )==>here<==( to download the band's complete discography via bandcamp.

2008 - Fuego! EP (stream/download here)

2009 - Luzon Tour EP (stream/download here)

2011 - 4 Way Split (Lizards Have Personalities, Orian Pax and ViceVersa) (stream/download here)


(2008) CAITLYN BAILEY - "...So This is Home" (from 'Fuego!' cd)
(2011) CAITLYN BAILEY - "Hindenburg/Notes From the Parade of Carrion Worms" (from '4-Way Split' cd)

CAITLYN BAILEY additional links


  1. The stuff that came out on the LHP/ViceVersa/Orion Pax split was actually unfinished material. We were supposed to remaster a lot of those tracks, but our backups were all wiped out in a freak accident. There was a full-length in the works as well, but I had damaged my throat from years of screaming the wrong way, and I could barely sing then. It was fun, but that band definitely trailed off after the Luzon Tour EP.

    Also, Small Hands was never on the Tour EP. It was on the Typhoon Ketsana Relief Compilation. Our other singer just ran with the bandcamp and uploaded it anyway.

    That's it for obscure Asian screamo band history hour.

    1. Thanks for the info! Very interesting. That sucks about your throat.