The SuperSmashers
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The SuperSmashers

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The SuperSmashers- Someday(2007)
10 Tracks
Another Friday Night(2005)
6 tracks
The SuperSmashers(2003)
12 tracks


Feeling a bit camera shy


The SuperSmashers first practice was in March of 2001; a lot has happened since then. At first, a three piece band not really focused on much. Founding members Andrew Zoellner and Steve Przybylinski are the only two original members in the SuperSmashers original lineup to date. A lead singer, Corey Hilber, joined in late 2001, and 2002 found the band new horn players to fill out their punk/ska roster. At this time the band played small local shows around Marshfield, Wisconsin while still in high school. Songs were now being crafted with the intent of being recording.

Their first record, �The SuperSmashers,� was a full length album put out in December of 2003 on the band�s own label, Neutral Run Records. The album was conglomeration of several genres, punk, ska, and hardcore, showing the large influences of each member. While the band was growing as musicians, so was their motivation for playing more shows.

The band continued playing shows around their hometown until the summer of 2004, when many of the members parted ways to go college. Most of the band located to St. Paul, Minnesota but still played sporadic shows during this time, including some of their bigger shows with bands like Streetlight Manifesto, Big D and the Kids Table, Mustard Plug, None More Black, Much the Same, the Flatliners, the Secretions, Westbound Train, I Voted for Kodos, the Fad and the Swellers to name a few.

In 2005, they released their next album, �Another Friday Night,� on Neutral Run. The new EP showed much growth past their first album, musically and lyrically. At this time, the SuperSmashers were coming up with more merchandise ideas to compliment their two albums; all the while staying a completely independent, DIY band.

Upon graduation of music school in winter of 2005, Andrew and Steve moved to Minneapolis, while continuing to further their education at other music schools.

In 2006 the band gained a new bass player, Mr. Jay Danger, found by a mutual friend. More shows have been played and booked, and things seem to be going at a faster pace for the SuperSmashers. Recording for the SuperSmashers next album is slated for March of 2007 with a early June release date.