Every time grunge returned, it returned back with a blast. Grunge revival is currently a big thing on the underground music scene, and the quality of the upcoming bands is simply undeniable. The debut single by German grungers Mars Sucks is living proof of this statement. There’s something about Perfect Day that evokes the best days for this particular genre, but the group unquestionably enhances everything on an entirely new level. You may hear resemblances with groups such as Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, and many others, but Mars Sucks decorates the best affinities of grunge music with fresh ideas and exquisite musicianship.
Perfect Day continuously levitates somewhere between the golden nineties grunge era and some contemporary trends in underground music. The group embraces the fuzziness, dirtiness, heaviness of the traditional grunge sound, pairs it with other genres such as alternative rock and hard rock, and then enhances it with improved, modern production. This powerful trio solely relies upon heavy riffs, powerful low-end tones, dynamic rhythmic performance, and recognizable chants. Mars Sucks undoubtfully showcases the technically demanding side of grunge, rarely heard among grunge bands nowadays. Perfect Day is available on streaming platforms, such as Spotify, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and YouTube.