Emerging from the fertile soil of Mexico City’s psychedelic scene, Supersilverhaze was formed by three lifelong friends and frequent collaborators – guitarist Patricio Gonzalez, bassist Diego Guerrero and drummer Roy Martinez – during the summer of 2016. Breaking onto the local scene with a decidedly eponymous DIY EP released in 2019, the band featured a Doom-influenced sound filtered through Krautrock’s motorik. Their second EP, ‘Mugre, Pelos, Sangre, Muerte’ showed the band’s willingness to explore new colors in their sonic palette, playing with catchy melodies and putting more emphasis on establishing grooves rather than head-banging. And it is precisely these instincts that they have unleashed on their debut LP ‘A Pesar De Todo’. They have embraced new influences such as Stereolab, Broadcast and Vanishing Twin and have recorded with Hugo Quezada at Progreso Nacional studios. Supersilverhaze is channeling another parallel world of the 70s; one colored by the optimism of the analog synthesizer. In this new domain, they explore another great tradition of the 70s: the concept album.