3SO Unveil Their Roadmap




Four-year-old local hard rock/metal quintet 3SO will officially release their debut CD, Roadmap, to the Soul when they play at Roc Bar Cleveland at 8 p.m. tomorrow.

Admission is $5 and includes free food (OK, probably bowls of popcorn, but still …).

The band’s nu-metal-like tracks — like “Betrayed” and the slower, more arena-ready “Don’t Have to Suffer” — feature declamatory vocals, alternation between singing and howling, tortured lyrics and lots of loud/soft contrasts.

They’re clearly going for mainstream metal appeal, and were chosen by WMMS to perform at Cruefest at Blossom Music Center this past July. —Anastasia Pantsios

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