With the Hard Driving Track and Video Recorded in Abandoned Former Psychiatric Center, Dead Superstar Brings Powerfully Intense Lyrics to Light
With influences ranging from Tool to Shinedown, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and more, it’s no wonder Long Island-based rockers Dead Superstar bring the same amount of hard hitting yet melodically driven songs to audiences nationwide. And with their latest release, “Beware of the Knife,” out now via iTunes, Amazon, along with their brand new video, you’ll want to be sure to check out the band that’s being called “a radical rendezvous of sound!”
Dead Superstar is a heavy active rock band based out of Long Island, NY. Their songs are hard driving tales of life on earth packed with sexually and politically charged lyrics that hook the audience in with a melodic rock sound. Throw in an unbelievably energetic live show and the band is primed to bring a big new rock sound to the masses.
Founded by vocalist Terence Keith and bassist Troi Mosby (formerly of Perseverance) in early 2005, their passion to perform great music ignited the fire in them to create a powerful sound that would be heavy enough to rock the hardest head banger to the crossover masses. As they began writing songs and rehearsing in late 2006, by 2007 they were crafting flavorful soul rock, packed with grooves yet heavily melodic.
“Suddenly it’s going down, Nothing has change but the sound…..”
Their music is embedded with controversial lyrics of the human condition. Recording their debut album with Joey Z (Life of Agony) — Tribulations is packed with 11 pounding anthems, powerful vocals, blistering guitars, thundering bass and grooving beats.
Their follow up album, I Did it for the Rock God, was produced by Jerrod Mankin (Bobaflex), recorded at Red Barn Studios, and mixed by Grammy-nominated producer Johnny Karkazis.
Dead Superstar plans to deliver their music and message to audiences nationwide, impacting as many lives as possible in the process.
For more information on Dead Superstar, visit DeadSuperstarNY.com.