Superkollider's music can best be described as heavy, driving, riff-laden rock. Their self-titled debut album, released by Wonderdrug Records in 2001, was merely the first indication of things to come - both musically and conceptually. Their music has recieved airplay on major Boston radio stations WAAF, WBCN, and WFNX. Also their song 'Mean' popped up on MTV's Dismissed, and 'Element' was featured prominently in an episode of FX's Emmy Award-winning cop drama The Shield. Now with the 2005 release of their second album 'Atomic Clock' the band shows a new depth in songwriting and musicianship. The band puts on a fierce machine-like live performance that can only be described as lying somewhere between true beauty and violent atrocity. They have played on the same bill with such national acts as Sevendust, Staind, Il Nino, and Powerman 5000. Though the band is based in Boston, they are constantly on the road in the Northeast performing in CT, RI, ME, VT, NH, PA, as well as their home state of Massachusetts.