High Impedance Majesty of Superhorse
Superhorse powers up the amps to bring listeners raw garage rock with fuzzed out guitars and a chrushing wall of sound.These seven members play with a no-games, just good music attitude. They have been performing legendary stage shows in the Savannah, GA area for over 12 years. "High Impedance" exemplifies what Superhorse is as a musical force, a self-indulgent fist of raw rock punching you in the ear. Their Bowery punk, droned out raunchy psych-rock is often compared to The Velvet Underground, The Stooges, MC5, and the likes. The band tries to bridge the huge gap between the lyricism of the early-mid 60's with the no wave style of Sonic Youth. Charismatic front man Keith Kozel leads a group of veteran players with a raw energy that people gravitate to. Although they are one of the best kept secrets on the Southeastern original music scene, Georgia Music Magazine has named 'The "High Impedance" Majesty of Superhorse' as an 'album not to be missed'. This underground rock gem is a must have for garage rock fans worldwide.