Superheist is an Australian metal band, which formed in 1993. They released two EPs, thirteen singles, one compilation/live album and three studio albums, The Prize Recruit (2001) and Identical Remote Controlled Reactions (2002), both albums reached the top 20 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Their comeback album "Ghosts of the Social Dead" (2016) reached #3 on the AIR Charts and remained top 10 for 4 weeks.
Four of the group’s singles, "Crank the System" (November 2000), "Bullet" (March 2001), "7 Years" (May 2002) and "A Dignified Rage" (September 2002), each peaked in the Top 50 on the related ARIA Singles Chart. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2001 Kalju Tonuma was nominated for Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year for his work on The Prize Recruit. The following year at the 2002 ceremony, "A Dignified Rage" was nominated for Engineer of the Year for Norton and Adam Rhodes. They group disbanded by February 2004 and issued a posthumous album, New, Rare, Live in November of that year. In August 2016 it was announced that the band had reformed and they subsequently released a new album, Ghosts of the Social Dead, on 28 October 2016.