SUPERSUCKERS: 'Pushin' Thru' Video Released

December 20, 2013

"Pushin' Thru", the new video from SUPERSUCKERS, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's new album, "Get The Hell", which will be released in Europe on January 27, 2014 (three days earlier in Germany) via Steamhammer/SPV. The effort will be made available as a digipak CD or a limited-edition LP with one vinyl-only bonus track and CD version of the album.

Commented SUPERSUCKERS' Eddie Spaghetti:"After many delays and unfortunate setbacks, the SUPERSUCKERS are happy to announce the arrival of their latest masterpiece, 'Get The Hell'.

"This may be a bit blasphemous to say, but we think it is the bands finest work to date. Really, the SUPERSUCKERS have no business being this good after all these years! And now, in conjunction with Steamhammer Records, you will be able to hear for yourself exactly what has the band all fired up... 12 solid tracks of unrelenting Supersucker-itis; it's as brutal and as polished as the band has ever sounded.

"Recorded in Austin, Texas and then subsequently mixed by none other than the mighty Blag Dahlia (of legendary punk rock band THE DWARVES),this is the SUPERSUCKERS at their meanest, most ferocious, and still at the top of their game in the songwriting department. This record is a juggernaut, front to back, and is guaranteed to be your new favorite record of 2014. So come on and 'Get The Hell', people!"

Added Georg Schröder, A&R representative at Steamhammer: "This is not only a band — the SUPERSUCKERS are a god damn' rock and roll institution and we are proud to have them with us! The new album will blow every rock and roll addict away."


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