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Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Why You Should See CellBound

Posted By on Tue, Mar 6, 2007 at 3:29 PM

Cellbound: Heck-bent 4 leather
Money Where Your Mouth Is: Scene's music writers are at the bar, slow dancing to "Tears in Heaven." In their stead, a band tells you why you should come see them. No middle-man. Band: CellBound Hometown: Akron/Cleveland Sounds like: "Lacuna Coil meets Pantera. Add some Black Sabbath and Testament, and you get CellBound." Fun fact: "Everyone wants to do the SkullBong. It is becoming legendary! 'What's the Skull Bong?,' you say? Check our MySpace for pictures, and you will want to do it also!" Playing: Saturday, March 10, 10 p.m, at the Maple Grove (http://myspace.com/maplegrovebar ), 14832 Pease Rd. (Old Granger Rd.), Maple Heights, 216-475-4224. Why you need to see them: "Five guys, a girl, leather, makeup, fire, Skull Bongs and metal... It is either a really badass porno movie or the best metal show in town. You decide!" -- Jozey, Guitar

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