1. My Time Is Now
2. Static
3. Heavy Times
4. Uneasy Swarm
5. Interference
6. Someone Broke It
7. The Face That Followed You Back Home
8. Quicksand
9. Turn The Screw
10. Country Mile
11. This Is The Way To Go
12. You Failed!
13. Messenger
14. Already Done
15. No One's Getting Out Of Here Alive
16. Let Yourself Go

David Edgar - Guitar/Vocals
Dan Armson - Guitar/Vocals
Ben Taylor - Guitar/Vocals
Keith Bowers – Bass
Matt Colley – Drums


Jon Maries - Hammond on ‘The Face That Followed You Back Home’
Rich Hall - Trumpet on ‘Uneasy Swarm’
Dom Self - Saxophone on ‘Uneasy Swarm’

All songs recorded from April 2017 - May 2018 at Ko-Lab Recordings
All songs Produced, Recorded & Mixed by David Edgar at Ko-Lab Recordings
Mastered by Martin Nichols at The Whitehouse Studio
Album artwork by Annette Becker Design

Released 2019-02-08
Reviewed 2019-02-10


Today we are going for the British; it is the debut album by Bristol band Superseed that I have been listening for recently. I have been giving it quite a while considering that it is a 67-minute album with sixteen tracks. It is an album that looks good; perhaps it could be worth checking out the vinyl version of the album. But then it has to be good music as well as good-looking, so how about it? Is it an album that sounds good? At least you will get quite a lot of music for your money.

The music is both giving a sense of familiarity and originality. Genres that can be used to describe this are classic hardrock, punk rock, alternative rock, stoner, a touch of Britpop and stuff like that. Quite the varied album I think, long and I think they safely could have skipped a few songs to make it a bit shorter. It does feel alright in playing time though, thanks to the variation and a fairly dynamic approach to the songs with a good balance between the styles. It is probably an album that will go down well with a wide variety of music fans; I would say that the probability for that is quite large.

At first I wasn’t too impressed with this album, it took me a few plays to really warm up to it. At first I figured it was too long and uneventful but as I am quite thorough in my reviewing work I have played it several times and when you listen to this album a few times it grows and you start noticing how great some of the songs are. I still think the playing time is a weakness and that they could have done away with a few songs to improve the album even more. But the great songs are enough to lure the listener to the album and makes one want to return and hear it again. Tracks like the seventh track The Face That Followed You Back Home and the ending three makes this album well worth listening to over and over.

I really like this album and I am quite sure that I am not alone in this; I recommend that you have a closer look at this one. It is not every day we get an album that feels both familiar and at the same time fairly original. A really good album and one of the more interesting one that I have written about so far this year, I think you should check it out. Great stuff!





Label: ROAR! Rock of Angels Records
Three similar bands: Mötley Crüe/Rose Tattoo
Rating: HHHHHHH (5/7)
Reviewer: Daniel Källmalm

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