You’ve heard our name, you’ve seen our records, our t-shirts and our stickers. We’re probably the favorite band of someone you know and yet maybe we’re still a mystery to you. Well my friend, that’s okay, you’re at the right place to get to know the greatest rock-n-roll band in the world, The Supersuckers.
The greatest Rock’n’Roll Band in the world returns once again to prove they still got it with what is perhaps the bands greatest achievement to date, the incredibly deep and amazingly rocking album, “Suck It”, release date: 21 Sept 2018 on Steamhammer.
This band of old dudes still has the same passion for the craft they’ve always had only now they’re even better at it (as if that was even possible!) and the proof is here in this new album.
So, if you fancy yourself a Connoisseur Of Quality™, a Person of Impeccable Taste™, then you need to get your hands on this record and go see the band live immediately.
They will certainly rock your pants right off. Guaranteed.
Supersuckers were originally signed to Seattle’s Sub Pop label where they released their debut album “The Smoke of Hell” in 1992. The group stayed with the label throughout the 1990’s until their final greatest hits release in 1999 “How the Supersuckers became the Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll band in the World”. Forming their own label Mid-Fi Recordings the band continued to release great albums up until 2015’s “Holdin’ the Bag”.
In December 2018 they were back touring in Europe. Since this was their 30th band anniversary, they had a special 30th anniversary set prepared for you, the performance of the album “the evil powers of rock ’n’ roll” in its entirety, a bunch of songs from their upcoming album “Suck it”, classic mid singalong hits and a little country medley.
In 2020 they are going to be back for another European tour adventure.
If you don’t like the Supersuckers, you don’t like Rock-N-Roll.
-Lemmy Kilmister from Motörhead
on tour: 19 – 29 March 2020
on request, get in touch
19/03/2020 D-München, Folks
20/03/2020 D-Stuttgart, Goldmarks
21/03/2020 D-Kempten, myskylounge
22/03/2020 D-Wiesbaden, Schlachthof
23/03/2020 CH-Solothurn, Kofmehl
24/03/2020 D-Köln, Sonic Ballroom
25/03/2020 D-Kassel, Goldgrube
26/03/2020 D-Berlin, Wild at heart
Eddie Spaghetti – Vocals, Bass
‘Metal’ Marty Chandler – Guitar, Vocals
‘Captain’ Chris Von Streicher – Drums
1992 The Songs All Sound the Same – Singles Collection (eMpty Records)
1992 The Smoke of Hell (Sub Pop)
1994 La Mano Cornuda (Sub Pop)
1995 The Sacrilicious Sounds of the Supersuckers (Sub Pop)
1997 Must’ve Been High (Sub Pop) (Country)
1999 How the Supersuckers Became the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World (Sub Pop)
1999 The Evil Powers of Rock ’n’ Roll (Koch Records)
2002 Must’ve Been Live (Live, MidFi) (Country)
2002 Splitsville 1 (Split mit Electric Frankenstein)
2003 Motherfuckers Be Trippin’ (MidFi)
2004 Live at the Magic Bag (Live, MidFi)
2004 Live at the Tractor Tavern (Live, MidFi) (Country)
2005 Devil’s Food – Singles Collection (MidFi)
2006 Paid (EP, MidFi)
2006 Live at Bart’s CD Cellar & Record Shop (EP, MidFi)
2007 Live at Helldorado (DVD, MidFi)
2008 Get it together (MidFi)
2014 Get the Hell (Steamhammer)
2015 Holdin’ the Bag (Steamhammer)
2018 Suck it (release date 21 Sept 2018; Steamhammer)