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Country Brazil

Style Hard Rock/AOR

Profile When you’re looking for the melody from AOR and the punch from Hard Rock and Heavy Metal you’ll be so fine listening to Superstitious. Into their sound, you can find the perfect balance between those rock styles, with everything based on a 21st Century vision of Rock’ n Roll.

Back in 2007, when the band was born, there wasn’t too much names doing that kind of sound. There was a lack of “rock for stadiums” with songs made for the crowd. To rescue that and translate it to the new ages, Luis Wasques (vocals) and Rodrigo Cordeiro (guitars) started the band with lots of ideas on their minds.

The songwriting worked very well and the essence of the debut album was growing since the beginning. But, of course, the great test for the songs was on the gigs. Superstitious has been performed on the main São Paulo rock venues, like Blackmore Rock Bar and Manifesto Rock Bar, always getting an exciting response from the audience. The wishing for the first album was growing fast on people, which made the band entering the studio, now with the established and classical line-up standing for Daniel Mattos (bass), Lael Campos (keys) and Flávio Gasperini (drums).

The debut album called simply “Superstitious” is released in 2011, and the band keeps on the way to carry the flame of rock through the new ages.


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– Superstitious [2011]
– Ride on the Stars [2014]

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