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Mob Scene CD-release party

With Ripcored. 10 p.m. Saturday, October 1, $5. Voodoo, 153 E. Cuyahoga Falls Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, 330-384-0749.

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Shredding and shrieking, Mob Scene plays power metal the way it's meant to be played: hard and loud, not too fast, and with precision. The band's full-length debut, Borgata, unapologetically tips two axes to Iron Maiden and Queensryche, with a nod to Audioslave and an occasional ingot of modern metal. Singer Jozey Zeitler is a student of the Rob Halford school of the high-pitched hellion cry; and if his voice can't quite shatter a glass, the band can sure as hell stomp it into little pieces.

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