Published Mar 17, 2009Noisecore fans are in for a treat. While we already know that genre stalwarts Cable reformed early last year after quietly disbanding in 2006, it would appear as if they've been quite busy over the past few months.
Currently comprised of drummer Vic Szalaj, bassist/vocalist Randy Larsen, guitarists Chris Fischkelta/Bernie Romanowski and vocalist Pete Farris, the Connecticut group have been recording their 11th album, dubbed The Failed Convict, at Brooklyn's Studio G with producer Joel Hamilton (Tom Waits, Unsane) over the past couple of weeks.
According to Farris, it's their best work. Checking in from the studio this past week, he was in bright spirits:
"Well, we've done it. Made THE Cable album. Right now none of us care what anyone thinks. We've made the record we've always wanted to make and it's beyond satisfying."
Furthermore, according to the End Records, the band have also inked a deal with the independent New York-based label. They'll release The Failed Convict once an official date is set.
"This is the most intensive album we have ever done," continues Szalaj in the band's official press release. "We have been writing it for almost a year, which is the most work and dedication we have ever put forth for a record and, it may sound cliché, but personally we all feel it is the strongest Cable material to date. We are confident that Joel will help us rise above our previous work and make this THE FUCKING CABLE ALBUM!"
Cable - "The Sunday Driver"