MP3 Cellpan - 3rd Impression
Very creepy. The album 3rd Impression announces Cellpan as a rising metal breed that embraces a dirty, industrial tone to full-fill their menacing sound.
17 MP3 Songs in this album (32:16) !
Related styles: METAL/PUNK: Industrial Metal, METAL/PUNK: Heavy Metal
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Once you’ve heard Cellpan, placing their music into a simple genre may take some brainstorming. If you wanted, you could call it Experimental Industrial Death Metal Goth Rock. During a Tallahassee showcase in April 2005, representatives from Dreamscape, Hollywood, and Epic Records had a chance to see Cellpan live, and described them as “a breath of fresh air.” Cellpan is an industrial metal act that falls into similar genres as Cradle of Filth, Nine Inch Nails, and Mudvayne. Any similarities end there.
Cellpan originally formed in 2002 as a Southwest Florida hardcore metal band. At that time the music was more comparable to Slipknot with an unorthodox song structure similar to the Dillinger Escape Plan. After releasing multiple demos, the band’s first studio work came as the self-released Conception (2005), which was a four-song journey straight into the darkness where one became enveloped in a panic-driven mania of powerlessness. The most renowned single, “Decimate,” rocked local radio stations all throughout the southwest region of Florida. Lyrically, and musically, the song puts listeners in the heart of a disease pleading with the frail human body that to resist assimilation is hopeless.
After evolving their sound into a more haunting, somewhat shocking, and creepier element, Cellpan has united listeners with their lust for dark musical turmoil. The lead singer and songwriter of Cellpan, Jose “Poltergeist” Rodriguez, does not simply scream for attention; he energetically arouses the audience sense of fear and disgust – similar to how fresh baked muffins stimulate the senses of a starving child, except the muffin is jumping around and screaming.
Despite their underground status throughout Florida, Cellpan then put together two highly successful national tours in the spring of 2006 and winter of 2006-2007. They’ve shared the stage with metal acts such as Superjoint Ritual, Mushroomhead, Kataklysm, Michael Graves, The Absence, Wednesday 13, and so on. They continued to play live and tour out of state until the fall of 2007, where Cellpan then initialized their next musical monster: 3rd Impression.
The album 3rd Impression announces Cellpan as a rising metal breed that embraces a dirty, industrial tone to full-fill their menacing sound. Originally, the lead songwriter never intended to release and perform these songs, as each are a very personal manifestation of his dark, wounded mind. Keep a look out for this group, as you will hear more of them in future time.