Massive sounding, really edgy, driving, hooky, biting by design, are some quotes from critics about the music of 1 Supernova and their debut EP, "Neverafter", on PacGrooe Records/Von Artists Ltd and is available Everywhere digital music is sold.
Based in Easton, PA, USA,The band had actually been playing together for over a year when 1 Supernova was born in the spring of 2020. Songwriter/guitarist Chris Frycki had been working with a local popular female pop artist, and put together her backing band, which consisted of personal friends drummer Jaren Sucigan and bassist Nick Pulsinelli. A year and change later, she moved to Nashville to further her career. Chris had been writing and demoing some hard rock music on the side, and presented it to the guys and proposed getting a singer and forming 1 Supernova. And so it was. Tom Sucigan - Jaren's cousin - was added on lead vocals almost a year later in November 2020, as the band was ready to finish up recording the record. "Neverafter" continues to gain popularity and listeners every day. The band has many plans for 2022, including new releases, shows, and more. Stay Tuned!
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"Undeniable talent as songwriters and musicians." - Indie-Spoonful.com
It's driving, hooky, and biting by design. The sound is brimming with alt-rock-inspired elements blended with hard rock and post-grunge nuances through the flow. It makes for a crisp, bright, reflective sonic tone. Musically it gives off this energetic and immersive tone that's easy to immerse in. Appreciate the melodic grooves complemented by the laid-back, bright flow.
"Hard rock and grunge merge together". "Impossible to fully expect, One Supernova balances near-silence and blasts of blaring guitars with such grace. The cyclical nature of the work lends it an eerie quality. ~SkopeMag.com
a perfect fit for every rock radio in the world.
-Metalhead Community Magazine
"Will be enjoyed by listeners the world over"
-MusicIndustry News Network
"Strong melodies, driving beats, full textured"
"Radio friendly; Big, wide open"
The Morning Call
"Songs that are worth hearing on the radio"
Ryan White, Music Blogger