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Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2002 | SELF

Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada | SELF
Established on Jan, 2002
Band Alternative Rock


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"245t CD review"


Artist: Red Cell
Album: 245t
Skidmark Multimedia


Here's a CD that's accurately described in the promotional literature as being "heavy rock with an industrial edge" - From the first bars of the intro track "Hoping" there are instant comparisons to bands such as early Nine Inch Nails & Ministry but the solid back bone of hard rock isn't masked with the latter's preference for huge levels of industrial sampling, white noise & distortion - I Like it! The harder edges of the album are tempered with the slightly more melodic sounds of the likes of "5th Signal" giving a good balance to the overall playlist. Pamela Hammond's powerful vocals haunt the tracks wraith-like and at times sound akin to a female version of Warrior Soul's Kory Clarke on the album "Drugs, God & The New Republic" - another personal favourite... If you like industrial rock which is unadultarated by volumes of sampled noise or are simply looking for an introduction to the genre, then this CD is for you!
Reviewer: Mark Edwards 24-04-07 - Skidmark Magazine-U.K


CD Release: 245t (2006)

Tracks from 245t are receiving international airplay.

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RedCell was formed in 2003 by Pam Hammond and Jeff Rabjohn who both wrote and recorded 245t released in Dec 2006.
Currently, RedCell is in the final stages of mastering a new release for Spring 2012.

According to the huge number of fans that have heard RedCell's music, "RedCell has a different sound from what anyone is doing these days. It's fresh and captivating".
In addition, our stage show is amazing, wild, energetic and above all, we have fun as a band.