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Super Hooligan / Press

“SUPER HOOLIGAN, “THE MIGHTY ROSE” Hooligan isn’t Soundgarden, but they sure do sound like them. It wouldn’t be indie rock if it didn’t grab you, and Super Hooligan does that with blaring guitar and pounding drums. Brooding, moody vocals covered in echo trace the guitar melody on the verses. In the bridge the song slows down until it picks back up with fast drumming. Like the title says, the song is indeed mighty. http://www.reverbnation.com/superhooligan/song/18816094-the-mighty-rose”

“Friday night it is time to rock and rock hard. Super Hooligan will be at Smith’s Olde Bar where the tunes will be ear busting loud. With multiple EP’s and a new album around the corner the Atlanta hard rock group will have plenty of music for the jacked crowd. Harvesting sounds from classic past bands and making them their own their live shows are pretty powerful. The room upstairs at Smith’s should be the perfect place to experience the power of Super Hooligan.”

“Don't miss Atlanta's Super Hooligan for a great night of rawk! Super Hooligan is the brainchild of lead vocalist/guitarist Lee Sebastian, taking early punk of The New York Dolls/Iggy Pop and dragging it through the muddy grunge of the '90s with a Jim Morrison swagger! Check 'em out!”

“Looking for a night of bad ass rock & roll? Then check out Atlanta’s own Super Hooligan (SH) featuring Lee Sebastian at the Masquerade. Lee is a veteran of the Atlanta music scene, and his latest band may be his best. Hard and loud is the only way to describe what you will experience Friday night. Playing hard edged rock & roll with a punk flavor SH will be tearing through tunes off of their numerous EPs as well as some new stuff from their upcoming album. There tunes take on a totally different dynamic live, and are well worth exposing your ears to. If that is not good enough playing later in the show is the one and only Faster Pussycat. That is right, the Faster Pussycat. Doors open at 7pm, get there early because Super Hooligan will be one of the first to play and you do not want to miss that. So grab your ear plugs and get your ass to the Masquerade. ”

“Atlanta has something steam rolling at it and we can’t get out of the way. I am confident Super Hooligan is headed for future success. ”

“If you dig straight forward rock n roll music, then the latest EP by Super Hooligans featuring Lee Sebastian is right up your ally. Muzik’s Over is four ass kicking rock n roll tunes. Lee Sebastian (vocals), Alan Conner (guitar), Wayne Glass (drums) and Tim Nielsen (bass) keep it simple and simple is good. Sounding a little like Iggy Pop and a little like Urge Overkill the EP is anchored by the title track, “Muzik’s Over” and “The Sea Song”. Both are fast, powerful guitar driven songs held together by thumping bass and drums. The tunes, “Gaza” and “How Long” support the other tunes creating a very cohesive and solid EP. While the music on Muzik’s Over is nothing ground breaking it is good. The EP is a fun listen from start to finish and you will find yourself playing it a few times in a row, and singing along to the tunes. If you like rocking tunes then give this a listen. ”

“Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ve heard something about Super Hooligan. This alt rock quartet has been getting loads of attention by fans and press alike. The Southeast has been plastered by the bands highly recognizable stickers and CDs, and their Facebook fan page gains more loyal followers by the minute. Their first full-length show was set for Sept 1st at The Masquerade, It’s no surprise, as first and foremost, these boys are talented, eclectic, and fun and are collectively a force to be reckoned with. Lee Sebastian (vox/guitar) conjured up the idea for the band out of his love for psychedelic blues rock and as a way to keep that music alive. And so it will be that Sebastian and his band mates will introduce their tunes to a whole new generation of fans…Super Hooligan style, that is! ”

Mark Hopkins - Southern Music Review