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“The Pinz produced an energetic, characteristic Warp Tour sound reminiscent of Wavves-meets-Green Day.”
"the 90's punk scene has finally returned with a stronger indie, alt, rock vibe"
“The head booker of the (CBGB) festival, Louise Parnassa-Staley mentioned...The Pinz...as several new bands that had impressed her.”
“One of the most exciting bands I had the pleasure of seeing (twice) at SXSW”
"catchy and fun to dance along to"
“The Pinz were an Alt-Punk trio with a well calibrated blend of punk elements, from Greenday-esque power chord riffs to Blink-182 inspired vocal harmonies.”
“Q: Who, in your opinion, was the best opening band for The 'Rots on tour? A: I really loved playing with The Pinz....We played together in NY at The Knitting Factory Brooklyn. ”
“One of Florida's hottest pop/punk bands...they are destined for greatness!”
“Immediately we have a sound similar, if not equal, to the Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Blink 182 and sometimes you can hear in Walter Jerk’s vocals a little bit of Good Charlotte’s frontman Joel Madden.”
“Their style is a little like Green Day with some hints of All-American Rejects and Sum 41/The Offspring-style strumming.”
“F****ing amazing. Bright and spot on. A force to be reckoned with. Wake up, America, for The Pinz.”
"the amount of raw energy eminating from the stage was enough to energize the entire crowd"
"Ponte Vedra punk band The Pinz is poised for stardom."
"The Pinz are taking over Jacksonville."
“To be a rock star is sometimes considered one of the ultimate dream jobs. For local band The Pinz, it may soon be a reality.”
“The Pinz had just won Battle of the Bands at their high school with the grand prize of studio time.”