Everfall – Superhero Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising pop rock band, EVERFALL, from Estonia. We have reviewed their addictive song, SUPERHERO, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Everfall is a promising metalcore/pop-rock music band I discovered two months ago through Submithub submissions with their catchy song, Superhero, released as a single in 2019. The band is officially making releases since 2016. They have started their careers with a single called; Six Feet Under (2016), and released four more singles, Vanquish (2016), Berserk (2017), Superhero (2019), and Glass (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Everfall is a thriving collective, showing promise and determination with their discographies. Sticking together and continuing after all these years is enough for me to respect these Estonian gentlemen. They have a beautiful blend of trendy/mainstream/electronic elements with metalcore guitars and pop elements in their music. When you look at their discography, you can see that they weren’t mistaken with their foundations from the beginning. This band is still active, making music and releases after all these years.

Superhero is a great sounding song with an easy listening structure, which immediately reminded me of the good old days of Linkin Park. Like I said above, these elements are the foundations of their music, and they are actually pretty good at it. The song has a flawless flow and addictive melodies all the way through. You don’t feel like too much or lose your attention while you’re listening to it. They kept everything as simple as possible, focusing more on the vocals as every mainstream-oriented band/artist would do. I took them as an American band with a powerful sponsor on their back at first. I was quite surprised when I realized that these gentlemen are actually from Estonia. Honestly, we don’t see that professionally managed bands from Eastern Europe that often, and it was a good surprise indeed.


Technically, Superhero has excellent standards in every way. The song sounds well recorded, engineered, mixed, and mastered, so it gets thousands of listeners from all around the world and carrying Everfall further in their careers. Like I said earlier, everything is as it should be.

Another thing I’d like to mention is the music video of Superhero. First of all, I don’t know the reason why this song was submitted to us only as an audio track instead of a music video. When I started to prepare the post of this review here, I realized that the song actually has a professionally filmed music video. Most of the time, I come across examples where artists and bands give their %110 while writing and recording music. However, there aren’t so many bands out there who do the same thing when it comes to their music videos, visuals, artworks, or marketing. I have no idea what’s causing this. In this case, Superhero has a great looking, professionally filmed music video. I can see that the band or someone has invested a decent amount for the project in general. And I am afraid; I am not that positive about its video. The story itself is not fresh and exciting enough, and dynamics aren’t going well with the music. I haven’t seen any scene where the video makes an impression at all. There are so many scenes where the band is idle, only the vocalist is singing his part, yet the camera continues filming each one of them, even the drummer when he is just sitting idle. Unfortunately, the music video wasn’t meaningful enough to me at all.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am still positive about Everfall. They are young, have done great in their careers so far, and I don’t see any reason why they should ever stop. Superhero is a successful release that introduced them to many new listeners without a doubt.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist/band, follow them on social media, subscribe to their channels to show your support, and not miss any upcoming releases.

Everfall – Superhero Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine

In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates EVERFALL for their good job in SUPERHERO and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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