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Todos Caerán

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Edmonton, Canada (2006 – present)

Todos Caerán is a band from Edmonton, Alberta. They formed in 2006 and went through some name changes and sound changes but now they’ve settled on a brand of that’s largely influenced by 90s post-hardcore and emo bands.

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  • Crisp_Zimbalist

    This band is coming to an end. Last show on November 22nd =(

    5 Nov 7:13am Reply
  • toxicomanias

    Name should be change to Haruki Murakami [2]

    5 Apr 11:44pm Reply
  • Killstephandead

    New Album is beautiful!

    28 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Vakarimasen

    Ha, it's nice to see that a new track is called Valis

    2 May 2013 Reply
  • Phage

    I really like this, they like some bloody good books too :)

    5 Apr 2013 Reply
  • RobinHarder

    why have I slept on them for so long?

    18 Mar 2013 Reply
  • atr3y

    I like this.

    14 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Vakarimasen

    I have feeling that The Man In The High Castle would feel completely different after VALIS, I got to re-read it. I guess it's not ordinary alternative reality fiction, it is like creative revision of what Philipp K. Dick was actually experiencing. Not a matter of being insane or recovering but about looking at the world through the prism of mental condition or drugs or both in his case and finding new facets of reality to explore.

    3 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Joeyxdc

    I enjoy that you can tell how far Philip K. Dick had fallen into the grips of mania or, conversely, was in the process of recovery by reading his forewords or dedications. I need to read some more biographical work on him and finish The Man In The High Castle already. I typically have multitudes of respect for any prolific author, especially science fiction writers that are relevant decades after they originally published their work. It's remarkable how well his books aged in comparison to many of his contemporaries.

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Vakarimasen

    I love how Philipp K. Dick had kind of expertise in every weird metaphisical thing he wrote about since he was genuinely insane from some point of view. He thougt he was Thomas Aquinas and everything existed in some universal time, so he was living a life of Thomas Aquinas and Philipp Dick at the same time. But he had enough sense to not get into mental hospital too often. After I've read Valis and some other autobiographical notes I have endless respect for him, I percieve him as sort of a shaman.

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Joeyxdc

    Murakami and PKD are good for very different reasons. As much as I like the latter, I find his prose difficult to decipher at times whereas Murakami is typically fairly straight-forward, although as much credit needs to be given to the translator as the author. Philip K. Dick slays all in regard to the originality of his ideas. His imagination was boundless (thanks drugs). Regardless, two records are in the mix, so there will definitely be an abundance of songs named after science fiction/fantasy books (I personally want a record of songs named after Dan Simmons and/or Joe Haldeman books).

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Vakarimasen

    Joeyxdc, thanks for the answer. And for music. Keep it up! Murakami is good, but Philip K. Dick is better, so good luck with dissuasion.

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Joeyxdc

    The first tape and the Bears split aren't named after books (things were still being felt out at that point), but the rest are. Also, the Gumilinski split is named after (excellent) Ursula K. Le Guin books and the eventually-to-be-released 4-way split is named after China Meiville books (which I haven't read yet). I think the next record is slated to be named after Philip K. Dick stories. James said something about naming the next LP after Murakami books again, but I'm not interested in changing the name to "Haruki Murakami" so I still need to dissuade him.

    31 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Vakarimasen

    Are all of their songs named after books? I see Murakami, Stephenson, and Gibson.

    31 Oct 2012 Reply
  • gothicwoadie

    Name should be change to Haruki Murakami [838]

    29 Jun 2012 Reply
  • demonicdinosaur

    Name should be change to Haruki Murakami

    12 Jun 2012 Reply
  • L_E_D_Zep

    the first screamo band where i can actually make out most of the lyrics

    11 May 2012 Reply
  • SamRicketts

    can't wait for the UK shows in summer!

    21 Feb 2012 Reply
  • Jamesismynamo

    Good point, I think "todos" usually means everyone. Regardless, this name is so sad and isn't all that really matters this Christmas? It's not about the presents.

    20 Feb 2012 Reply
  • fuckzack

    Y U SO GOOD.

    14 Feb 2012 Reply
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