Cellbound Release Debut Album



One casualty of the uncertainty surrounding when and whether or not the Jigsaw Saloon and Stage will re-open is local extreme-metal band Cellbound’s CD-release party. The sextet, known for the distinctive male-female vocals of Tom Herttna and Chris Emig, planned to celebrate the release with a show at the Parma Club April 18.

The album, Fallen Angels of the Sui Caedere (the band’s long-awaited full-length debut), will instead be formally introduced at a free show at Peabody’s on June 19. It is, however, available already a iTunes. Meanwhile, Cellbound won a battle of the bands to land an opening slot on the May 3 Music as a Weapon extravaganza at the Wolstein Center with Disturbed, Killswitch Engage, Chimaira and Lacuna Coil.

You can check out the band’s video for the title track, directed by Skinny and Stich from Mushroomhead above. —Anastasia Pantsios


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