The Swedish design of increasingly melodic death metallic, combining the post-hardcore aggression and guttural vocal design of dark metallic with the even more technically efficient and comparatively melodic guitar lines in the centre of most Western european metallic acts, is becoming so well-known among bands in america that just one more subgenre name, “Swedecore” (that’s, Scandinavian-style metallic as played by non-Nordic dudes), could possibly be coined for American bands like From Autumn to Ashes and Shadows Fall. North Carolina’s Cup Casket adds a lot more melody with their grindcore than most, which coupled with their atypically (for steel) clean-cut visual appearance makes Cup Casket the closest “Swedecore” provides yet arrived at an act such as Great Charlotte or blink-182: a potential bridge towards the industrial mainstream for any musical design that prides itself on its cultishness. Cup Casket created in Winston-Salem, NC, in 2001, made up of vocalist Adam Cody, guitarists Dustie Waring and Ian Tuten, bassist Sid Menon, and drummer Blake Richardson. Gigging round the same university picture that spawned Between your Buried and Me, Cup Casket became a member of with that band’s maker, Jamie Ruler, to record their debut recording, 2004’s WE HAVE BEEN Gathered Right here Today. Regular touring and great reviews elevated the band’s profile through 2005, along with a video for the album’s solitary “AMONG the Linens” appeared using one of MTV’s even more indie-minded stores. Building around the developing attention, Abacus Information reissued WE HAVE BEEN Gathered Right here Today with all-new artwork and an uncensored edition of this video in March 2006. Cup Casket’s second recording, A Desperate Man’s Diaries, premiered in June 2006.