October 19, 2021

Bandcamp of the Day: Superdestroyer

There aren’t many bands who I can think of who would be brash enough to start a record out with a mathy, sputter-core confessional like “The Afterlife is a Millisecond Perceived as an Eternity,” follow it up with the caustic and sing-songy, whine and growl of “When It Comes to Croquet (I’m fucking hardcore as shit),” and then wind down with the hypnotic, hymnal buzz of “Outer Space Disco Lemonade,” and the sunny, frank and fuzzy pop-punk of “Trippy Death,” all in the span of 15 minutes. But Superdestroyer is, in fact, that kind of a band, and Such Joy is as brief as it is exceptional.  

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