Hailing from the booming arts-based community of Portland, Maine, Cadaverette has forged a unique path for themselves. Formed in 2015, this genre blending, underground punk band has created a sound that sets them apart from their contemporaries. The band, led by Logan Abbey, has stitched together a quilt of various influences such as Swans or KEN mode that makes for a wholly original sound. While on the surface, their songs may sound as desolate and cold as a Maine winter, there is also an underlying theme of hope to their music. Their newest album, “We Are Everything, but … Not Anything,” is a 7-song opus of extreme noise rock that showcases the most mature evolution in their sound to date. Recorded at the legendary God City Studio, the album was also mixed by Metalcore genius, Kurt Ballou of Converge. Cadaverette’s own drummer, Dan Capaldi produced and engineered the record, so the band still had control over their vision. The album is a swan song, of sorts, to longtime singer Reesa Wood who left the band to pursue other musical endeavors. The album showcases a new range of vocal dynamics for her, relying less on guttural screams and more on melodic experimentation. Cadaverette is soldiering on, currently rehearsing with a new vocalist, August West and gearing up for a tour in May.