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Steraon

Can You Say? (www.Steraon.com)

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Steraon — pronounced "stair-AY-on" — is slowly fighting its way to the Cleveland music scene, having migrated from Doylestown to Akron, and now making regular appearances in the 216. With pro-level sound and cascading melodies, driving tracks like "Don't Go" find balance between anthemic pop-punk and emo. Even the occasional kinda-metallic drum blast can't keep them underground. Dan Sheets, Andy Genet, and Mark Howell switch vocals mid-line, harmonizing like three silver-tongued con men who are going to win you over, even if you're prepared to resist to the very end.

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