Paying little focus on the extreme death steel noises their hometown was renowned for, the four natives of Gothenburg, Sweden, who produced Hardcore Superstar in 1998 drew upon melodic, glammed-up hard rock and roll, especially the sleazy L.A. pop-metal audio from the ’80s. Vocalist Jocke Berg, guitarist Sterling silver Silver precious metal, bassist Martin Sandvik, and drummer Magnus Andreasson documented an album entitled It’s Only Rock and roll ‘N’ Move and released it independently label in 1998, appealing to compliment from Motorhead’s Lemmy. After starting for Motorhead on the Scandinavian tour, Hardcore Superstar agreed upon with Music for Countries and documented their debut record, Bad Trainers and a Piña Colada, in 1999. They have scored two Swedish TOP singles through the record, and developed their viewers through continuous gigging. Koch Information issued their record in the U.S. in early 2001.