Hyperdrive, Go!
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Hyperdrive, Go!

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"Imaginarium 2007 Report"


HOW FITTING, ON A YEAR IN WHICH we featured The Zombie in the Imaginarium, that many of us should come to feel that we had become zombies well before the festival was over! Luckily, the atmosphere on that last night of Cornerstone tends to be a little more, shall we say, forgiving — inasmuch as everybody is ready to let down their hair and party. We do like to go out with a bang in the Imaginarium, and since we've generally used up most of our powder by then, we try to set off something on that last night that will work to dissolve the magic generated over the past few days into a joyful mayhem. Scott Potter ROCKS!! For last year's Imaginarium finale, Hyperdrive Go! supplied the soundtrack for a "Halloween Ball." The band kicked up plenty of dust with their patented zombie rock and the ooky-spooky joire de vivre of folks who do see the humor in dead people eating other people. It had been pure happenstance in 2006, when Dave Canfield found himself camping next to and so meeting Harry Potter's older brother, Scott. This year, we invited Scott Potter and his band officially in advance to play for our our last night "Sci-Fi Homecoming Dance". The fur flew again, as newly de-tonsilled Scott sang his stitches out, dressed to kill or be killed in a pre-tattered and bloodied suit. "I never knew Bela Lugosi could dance so well!" he shouted to a mob of miscellaneous creatures of the night, body surfing a cardboard cutout of The Count, moshing, mashing and zombie-munching in a monster party that overflowed the tent. - Mike Hurtenstein (http://www.cornerstonefestival.com/imaginarium/2007/report.htm)


"It's Alive!" LP - 2006



Zombies. Robots. Lab coats. Suits from the 70's covered in blood. Fans have come to expect this and more from Hyperdrive, Go! during live shows. Their high energy performances induce the crowd to start dancing, singing and chanting along with the music. The end result is always a sweaty worn out band and a smiling crowd that yearns for more.

The band was formed in 2005 and has undergone different member variations as well as two location changes. Hyperdrive has been mentioned in HM Magazine, various 'Zines, and has played shows with Mercury Radio Theater, Harley Poe, Harry and The Potters, and many more.