Wim S. : Supercharger is a Danish band that plays nice, dirty rock and roll. And they have been doing this for years in the same way. Nice and rough, a bit lumpy but at the same time with a lot of melody. Four years after the release of 'Broken Hearts And Fallaparts' now 'Real Machine' is released, an album on which the Danish rockers really rock again.
So it has taken them a while and the band has suffered a lot of setback along the way, but the new album finally is there. With bassist Karsten Johansen as the man responsible for the fine sound of this album: heavy, transparent and beautifully layered. The album has 10 self-written songs that all sound catchy and rock uncomplicated. So it is headbanging from the beginning to the end. That the songs are quite similar and that it is all interchangeable should not spoil the fun. I do not have the idea that these guys have the pretension to impress with original riffs or something. No, they want to rock. And that is just what they do.