Currently working on a new album, due to be released in October 2014, CADAVER EYES have been invited to this year’s LUFF festival in Lausanne and will be touring the EU with their new material. The new release will be a follower to their 2010 release Mesarveem Lihyot Covshim which translates to “refusing to be occupiers” – recorded live at a protest event on the last day of the 2010 previous Israeli massacre in Gaza. Refusing to be Occupiers came on the heels of the 2008 split with Burmese (recorded live at WFMU on Brian Turner’s show).
A political Psych/Noise/Doom No-input/Drums duo from Israel, CADAVER EYES have been described by WFMU’s Brian Turner as “conjuring equal parts Voivod, Residents, Swans, Butthole Surfers, Carcass, and Khanate into a blurred combo of noise-blast insanity and creeping doom”. Originally a psychotic one-man grindcore project, CADAVER EYES was launched in NYC by drummer david Opp circa the turn of the millennium and has since mutated into a very heavy slow minimal political doom duo of Drums and No-Input-Mixer. CE’s sound is raw, intense, disturbing and at the same time engulfing and immersive. CE have been featured on a compilation by WMFU alongside such artists as Mudhoney, Half Japanese, The Ex, Circle, Psychadellic Horseshit and others.
CADAVER EYES are:
Zax – no-input-mixer [also; Iancu Dumitrescu’s Hyperion, Lietterschpich, Primate Arena, Sub-Rosa]
David O. – drums & vox [also: bARBARA, Lietterschpich, BALATA]
“Hailing from Israel, Cadaver Eyes went from being a one-man grindcore outfit to becoming a full-blown ensemble of two. Low frequencies, and other assorted electronic elements, Cadaver Eyes conjure up equal parts Voivod, Residents, Swans, Butthole Surfers, Carcass, and Khanate into a blurred combo of noise-blast insanity and creeping doom. Cadavers at large: David OPP: Drums, Vox, Triggers, Eran “Zax” Sachs: no-input-Mixer, Making The Brown Note” – Brian Turner, wfmu
NO TIME TO HASTE” 2001
THE ACQUISITION OF POWER OVER FIRE (EP), 2004
Burmese / Cadaver Eyes split (2008)
Mesarveem Lihyot Covshim (2010 CD-r)