Superchucker release debut video for song “Liar”

Superchucker release debut video for song “Liar”

Canadian metal rockers Superchucker have released their debut video for their song “Liar.” The group played their debut show at The Rockpile in Toronto, Ontario, Canada back on April 24, 2018 and released their debut self-titled EP a few days later. Superchucker’s self-titled EP can be purchased via the band’s Bandcamp page.

The new group’s website provides a biography for each band member and lead vocalist Dave Barrett‘s music biography states:

“Ever since he was a kid, Dave has always wanted to be singing in some form or another. As Dave says,

“Singing is a storyteller’s way just put to melodies and tones condensed to 5 minutes plus. Listening to the emotions of songwriters in some strange way made life bearable, knowing that others felt the same way I did.”

Growing up, Dave took music classes in school and put together a band with a group of friends. Even though it took forever to write and play five songs and get them down enough to be performance ready, Dave was driven to get things right. He took opera lessons after school for about 6 months, to develop his breathing control.

Dave’s love for hard rock began when he was introduced to bands like Toronto, Headpins and April Wine by a close friend. He remembers “the sheer shock and awe that came to me when I saw my first metal show: The Scorpions with Quiet Riot, Helix and Kick Axe. That show paved the way for me to forever love this style of music, and the theatrics and showmanship these bands were known for.”

Dave‘s main musical influences include Black Sabbath, W.A.S.P., Dio, Savatage, Judas Priest, Aerosmith, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Harem Scarem, ZZ Top, Pink Floyd, Queen, Iron Maiden, Boston, Megadeth and Metallica, just to name a few.

Dave has been singing for over 25 years, and has had the privilege to open for such great bands as Testament, Dragonlord with Eric Peterson, The Gathering, Anvil, Exciter, Metal Mike, and Dio Disciples with Craig Goldy, Scott Warren, Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens, Rudy Sarzo, and Vinny Appice.”

Superchucker‘s “Liar” video:

Superchucker – Liar (official video)

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