Supercell

Supercell

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Progressive rock music that captures the spirit, energy and emotional charge of a tuned in and turned on audience. Modern, heavy and full of passion with a slight edge that satisfies a diverse audience ranging from metal heads to emos.

Biography

Supercell was formed from previous relationships in the bands 713, Cessgrind, and O.C.B. With over 10 years experience in music and bands, Supercell is a powerhouse progressive rock band that can capture the energy, spirt and emotion of a new generation of music fans.

Influenced by the sheer energy and agression of early eighties hardcore and progressive metal, the band has forged a unique sonic signature that stand out from other artists on the circuit and inspires live audiences with their emotionally charged live performances.

Over the years the band has continued to evolve and grow into the genre they forged many years ago in the diverse bands each member originally comes from.

Influences include, Tool, Deftones, The Mars Volta, F.U.C.T, Jazz, progressive rock and anything that moves the listener.

Supercell believes the listener/audience is everything and never ceases to amaze with their unique lyrics and musical arrangements. Not just another pretty band Supercell is about content and the connections formed in our lives through music. A music lovers band, Supercell is poised to be one of the most memorable bands of our time.

Lyrics

Learning To Fall

Written By: Supercell - Jy


Don’t bother to wake me,.
To face another generation.
I’ve done my time,
Living for the promise of something.
And in the end. . .
I looked between the spaces.
Put aside the words,
Sat down and decided to face it . . .

I dropped the ball and cut myself free. Free from those things I thought were me.
I walked away from the meaning of it all.
To learn how to live, is to learn how to fall.

This world at hand
Just a matter of perspective
Good or bad
A conscious collective
Letting go. . .
Do you hear the call?
Moving on is easy
Once you learn to fall!

I dropped the ball and cut myself free.
Free from those things I thought were me.
I walked away from the meaning of it all.
To learn how to live, is to learn how to fall.

Learning to live means learning how to fall (repeat)

Shine

Written By: Supercell - Jy

Life is such a funny little moment
when the efforts not so hard to own it. All the silly times and delusions
buying into our own illusions!

The wheel goes round
one more time.
Stepping off this ride
and it’s my time. . . to. . . shine
Shine (4X)

The time has come to take this, taste it, make it,
to go and shift to get this rhythm racing.
I’m gonna shape this, I’m gonna give bliss,
I’m gonna throw out a whole bunch of useless!

Random events make their mark in time and in every one
a chance to make life shine!

Shine (4X)

We’re gonna take this, brace it, make it, taste it, we’re gonna shift to get this rhythm racing.
We’re gonna shape this, we’re gonna find bliss, we’re gonna lose a whole bunch of useless
information!

it’s what we make it, it’s how we take it, this situation 
We can do this, we can find time, we’re gonna go off and make life shine!

Time

Written By: Supercell - Jy

Crumpled figures all stand in line. Anxious for the killing of time.
Faces empty as are the hands,
Holding the dreams dying or dead.

The door swings open to let them in.
They find their places and begin.
Crumpled figures sit in line.
Stabbing away at master time!

Stories of war what should have been. Who was left behind, who died trying. . .

Some try to remember,
some try to forget.
Some find happiness
With every step.

The door swings open to let them in.
They find their places and begin
Crumpled figures stand in line.
Stabbing away at master time.

Discography

Supercell released a self titled 6 song release in 2000. Their latest reunion tour has resulted in a new release entitled "Storm of Mind" and features some of their best songwriting to date.

Set List

Supercell is all original with no covers.
Set list can include:
Tornado
Shine
My Poison
Learning To Fall
Pointless
Ramp
Time
Rumi's Song
Veritas
Smoke Break
Long Walk
Stitches