CAVE stands for melodic hard rock with slightly progressive influences, which makes the hearts of Queensryche to Van Halen fans beat faster.
The name comes from guitarist Chris, whose basement studio was often dubbed a cave, where music was created over the years in sprawling jam sessions. The sessions started with Chris and Simon (co-producer) and various musician friends. At some point Roberto joined and after a few moments it was clear: The songs have to be recorded and published properly!
For this none other than Steffen Theurer could be convinced to record the drums. However, it was clear that he would only play on the album, because he is more than busy with his main band. Now the question was for the right singer and after a short time of consideration Ronny Munroe was contacted. And the first shot was immediately a hit, Ronny joined in immediately after receiving demos.
The only thing missing now was a permanent drummer. Here, Chris Schwinn could be aquired directly. The band was now complete.
Live, guest musicians take over the role of keyboardist and second guitarist, because one thing is clear for CAVE: Playback is a no-go.
CAVE therefore offers the average over 30years of experience of the musicians and the debut album already sounds like a best off album.