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Split Your Lip

Hardcore Superstar

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Album Review

Just a quick warning: Hardcore Superstar don't play hardcore. Doesn't mean they ain't hardcore, though, in an old-fashioned, balls-to-the-wall hard rock way. They like words like "sleazy" and "decadent," but that's another lie, or maybe a self-deception; sure, the debt to Mötley Crüe and W.A.S.P. is there, but they're just too raw and heavy, owing as much to German no-frills metalheads like Accept or even early Grave Digger. It actually looks like they're trying to re-create that late-night '80s vibe of glorious vice and excess: the anthemic chorus in the title track is ample evidence of this, and besides, there's the album cover. But it's hard to imagine music less fit for wooing glamorous girls, be it during the heyday of glam or three decades later: the sound is more at home at a biker convention, think Hell's Angels. Jocke Berg's rasp alone is more scratchy than three-day stubble, and the riffs are more vicious sometimes than even Guns N' Roses, though they never borrow on punk to achieve the effect. Even the obligatory acoustic ballad is titled "Here Comes That Sick Bitch," and sounds the part. And it's this rawness that is the main selling point of the album, capable of catching the attention of headbangers beyond the old hard rock crowd: sure, the template for Split Your Lip has been copied to death, but the music has enough ferocity and venom to match most of the industrial or alternative metal acts that were supposed to do away with glam and sleaze.

Customer Reviews

Great band!

From their first album, It's only rock n' roll, to their self titled album, to Beg For It, Hardcore Superstar has "wow"ed so many people all over the globe. Fantastic guitars with both speed and strength in some songs, to simple, yet effective chords and solos in many of their songs. The drums keep an easy, driving beat, and throw in fills and breaks that will rock your world. The vocals are a big part. With Jocke's unique voice, he creates a thrashy, yet catchy vocal part that really makes the band what it is. This album is no different. Another great addition to HCSS

Hardcore's best album to date!!

This is an instant hard rock masterpiece for anyone that loves the 80's/early 90's hair bands! This album bleeds early GNR, skid row, motley, Ratt, Dokken mixed with a little trash ala Anthrax,& Metallica. Cuts like Guestlist, last call for alcohol, moonshine, split your lip & bully are outstanding anthemic tributes to the sunset strip way of life where the rock legends started! These dudes are the baddest MF's America has never heard of and already legends in Sweden where the metal scene is untouchable. Buy this album now! Guaranteed to be worth every penny.


Formed: 1998 in Gothenburg, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Paying little attention to the extreme death metal sounds their hometown was renowned for, the four natives of Gothenburg, Sweden, who formed Hardcore Superstar in 1998 drew upon melodic, glammed-up hard rock, especially the sleazy L.A. pop-metal sound of the '80s. Vocalist Jocke Berg, guitarist Silver Silver, bassist Martin Sandvik, and drummer Magnus Andreasson recorded an album titled It's Only Rock 'N' Roll and released it on their own label in 1998, attracting praise from Motorhead's Lemmy....
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