The Superstitions Fearless

The Superstitions Fearless
Once again, Montreal proves itself the Canadian equivalent of Norway's early '90s music scene. The Superstitions deliver their harsh, gutter-fuelled punk rock with such extremity that no other act outside of a Quebecois postal code could possibly compare. Spewing out rudimentary chug riffs reminiscent of Zeke's more groove-based tracks, yet propping them up with a severely Marky Ramone-meets-Fu Manchu-inspired drumming style, Fearless is a heated assault. Moreover, it's the perfect example of what happens when youth growing up on Inepsy and Motörhead venture out and start bands of their own. Dangerous, exciting and sleazy, this is everything true punk rock should be. (Independent)