Re: Frontiers next "supergroup"
Date: November 07, 2019 08:16PM
Supergroups are really hit and miss, mostly miss unfortunately. I think partly because there is generally no surprise factor. We hear about a popular vocalist teaming up with a popular guitarist and bass player from a different band, and we already have expectations on how great it's going to be or how it is going to sound. Some work. Winery Dogs for me works as it's a little different to what I was expecting. Sons Of Apollo worked, just. The End Machine worked for me while it didn't for others. Sixx AM worked to a certain extent. Bad English was clearly one that worked, as did Damn Yankees. But we are living in a different time and most supergroups or super duo's don't seem to work. Could be a time factor as well. It must be hard getting all together to write and record and build up a connection.