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Superimposed is a young and energetic modern rock four-piece band blending rock, ska, punk, and jazz. After just a few shows in the Philadelphia area this band is turning heads and making them bob to their infectious sound.

Attracting management interest almost immediately Superimposed is a band headed straight for the top. Forming in the later part of 2000, Superimposed has only been an original band for several months, writing great songs and solidifying an amazing lineup. Supported by a considerable fan base, the band is developing a knack for turning their live shows into an instant party. Singer/front man Dave McManus brings a fresh melodic voice to a music scene overflowing with unarticulated noise. It only takes one listen and his voice will resonate in your ears for days. When asked about their sound bassist Mark Germanovich says, “Each member brings their individual styles together to create a unique sound.” That “unique sound” has been compared to artists such as Incubus and G. Love which is just fine to guitarist Nick Teti, but he likes to bring a harder edge to the band with experimental guitar sounds influenced by groups like Rage against the Machine. Rounding out Superimposed’s lineup is drummer Kevin Salcedo, who hits the skins with a precision well past his 18 years. That’s right 18! When he’s not rocking out at a local club he’s finishing up his senior year of high school.

In early January 2003, Superimposed recorded a live demo in their rehearsal space in an attempt to capture the energy of their live show. Originally it was intended to be used only for booking, but with that small taste a rabid fan base demanded more music. So the band headed into Satan’s Palace recording studios in February of 2003 to record their first CD, Consider Yourself Warned. The recording stands as a testament to the bands incredible songwriting that well surpasses their ages. Superimposed released the CD with a party at JD McGillicuddy’s in Drexel Hill on March 29th. The packed house was blown away by one of the bands best live shows ever. Now, with their new CD and a small tri-state area tour scheduled for the summer of 2003, Superimposed is becoming THE band to watch.

Click here to read an album review from "Under 21 Magazine"

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