|Genres||Rock, Indie rock, Pop punk|
|Labels||Old Reliable Records, Orange Recordings|
|Past members||Brede Hovland
The Cells are a 3-piece rock band based in Chicago, currently made up of singer/guitarist Cory Hance, bassist Johnny Furman and drummer Mark Doyle.
The band was formed in 1998 by singer/guitarist Cory Hance and bassist Brede Hovland. Hovland then dropped out to work in the movie business, and Hance, guitarist/singer Pat McIntyre and drummer Randy Payne continued the band with guest bassists such as Rick Ness, formerly of Fig Dish (a key Cells member during his stint), Skid Marks, of Box-O-Car, Josh James and Bob Rising . They released their debut album, We Can Replace You under Orange Recordings.
Hance recruited drummer Mark Doyle (formerly of Loud Lucy, Verbow and Woolworthy) and bassist Johnny Furman (formerly of The Webb Brothers, The Lupins and the Darlings) in late 2003. The new Cells lineup completed the band's second CD Mayday in 2006, available on their own imprint, Old Reliable Records.
Their song "The Servant" was used in the film Sin City.
|2002||We Can Replace You||Orange Recordings|
|2006||Mayday||Million Yen Studios|
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