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New York, NY, USA (2006 – present)

There are two artists that go, or have gone by, the name Castevet.

1. A band from New York.
2. An indie/punk band from Chicago, who now perform under the name CSTVT.

1. Castevet is an experimental band from New York, NY, USA. They started in 2006 and released their debut 7” EP “Stones / Salts” on Paragon Records in March 2009. Their debut full-length album, “Mounds of Ash” was released on Profound Lore records in May 2010.

Band members:

Joshua Scott - Bass (Anodyne, Defeatist)
Andrew Hock - Vocals, Guitar (Biolich, Ehnahre)
Ian Jacyszyn - Drums (Copremesis, Ash & Elm, Pillory)

2009 - Stones / Salts (7” EP)
2010 - Mounds of Ash


2. Formerly known as Castevet, CSTVT is band from Chicago that combines the upbeat passages of midwest punk rock with intricate guitar work and shouted, but melodic vocals. Drawing inspiration from bands like American Football, Small Brown Bike, Appleseed Cast, and Braid, artist]CSTVT has taken these influences and created a sound of their own.

Their first full length “Summer Fences” was released on Count Your Lucky Stars records in June of 2009. A follow-up LP, “The Echo & The Light” was released June 12th, 2010 on Tiny Engines records. “The Echo and The Light” was released on CD in Japan via StiffSlack records. In August 2010, CSTVT released a split 7” with Into It. Over It. on Topshelf records. Since signing to Run For Cover records, CSTVT is set to release a tour 7” in December of 2010 and a third LP in spring of 2011.


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  • moeteiru

    I see, that makes sense. I'm not familiar with Czral or his work but will give it a listen. I've since warmed to the track somewhat and would be interested in checking out its inspiration.

    23 Apr 8:00pm Reply
  • Jimsonisolation

    It was a homage of sorts to Czral, man.

    8 Apr 3:02pm Reply
  • moeteiru

    Obsian is absolutely perfect in my opinion, with the really unfortunate exception of the clean vocals on the last track. They're just really lethargic-sounding, practically comatose, and don't fit the otherworldly atmosphere of the rest of the music at all. I think there are ways Castevet could pull off clean vocals, but that is not it. Other than that though the album is a freaking fantastic, ballistic voyage through hyperspace.

    11 Mar 1:42am Reply
  • simpleisbliss88

    Those clean vocals kinda suck. Obsian isn't bad, but the clean vocals on the last track are super NU.

    26 Jan 8:09pm Reply
  • XfnSnow

    Rated/Reviewed in my 2013 Journal.

    17 Jan 12:49am Reply
  • ironhedd

    The Tower reminds me of Witch Hunt by Rush.

    31 Dec 2013 Reply
  • affasf

    I take it back. It needs several listens to be appreciated. Well done Andrew, my bad.

    22 Nov 2013 Reply
  • xVictimOfADownx

    Yeah, it's definitely growing on me more. Liking it as much as the debut now.

    14 Nov 2013 Reply
  • mikkasscar

    @Mrozikos667: give it a few more spins, you are missing out a lot, brilliant continuation of Mounds of Ash in my opinion, even more dense and with more unexpected twists and turns, really a grower (just as Mounds of Ash was)

    4 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Mrozikos667

    I just cannot understand how a band that recorded the lovely "Mounds of Ahs" put out something like "Obsian". I mean, ok, maybe I'm missing something, maybe I'm just stupid, but while listening to it (3 times already) I feel nothing. Void. Just some background fuzz coming in through one ear and out through the other. One of the severest disappointments of the year.

    29 Oct 2013 Reply
  • Rock-A-Rolla

    Castevet interviewed in the latest issue of Rock-A-Rolla! Check it out here:

    28 Oct 2013 Reply
  • DragonBottles

    @ohsoimpulsive: Picking on someone's taste on a website based on musical taste is the lowest common denominator of comebacks. Try harder.

    20 Oct 2013 Reply
  • tricksterc

    Obsian is pretty sweet. Gotta different vibe to it. Not sure if it's better than Mounds of Ash yet, but I like.

    19 Oct 2013 Reply
  • xVictimOfADownx

    I like the debut a tad more from first listen, took a bit for it to really open up to me because there were a few lulls in bits of the first 3 tracks. Really enjoyable though, I can see this growing one me in the coming weeks/months.

    16 Oct 2013 Reply
  • ohsoimpulsive

    I like Obsian more with each listen.

    15 Oct 2013 Reply
  • iPowder

    Obsian is definitely getting my money! Very decent. \m/

    13 Oct 2013 Reply
  • affasf

    apparently, listening Devin Townsend gave you a lot of confidence. that's good, kid, that's good.

    9 Oct 2013 Reply
  • ohsoimpulsive

    affasf's top listens this week.. Justin Timberlake. The album is really good.

    9 Oct 2013 Reply
  • affasf

    Obsian is kinda shitty.

    8 Oct 2013 Reply
  • xThisisdisaster

    I was going to name my band Castevet, but I think I'll reconsider.

    27 Aug 2013 Reply
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