It’s hard to produce something original in a city known for breaking the musical mold, but that’s exactly what Seattle’s Suburban Vermin has done with their crunchy punk sound.
What's Been Said About Us:
"Everything about Suburban Vermin reminds me of the half dozen shitty punk bands I tried to start when I was in 10th grade—there's the short, catchy pop-punk songs, the band name (I grew up in Kent!), and especially the childishly pervy lyrics to "I Jerk Off (When I Think of You)": "You don't know what you do to me when you're not around, your lips feel so good on my cock." But unlike my god-awful attempts, Suburban Vermin don't suck." - The Stranger
"Come here, you gotta' hear this band..." When I hear that, I know it's gonna' be good. Surburban Vermin exceeded my expectations delivering tasty fast guitar and vocal-driven punk rock. Since them I've had the pleasure to play on the same bill with them a couple of times. I...n my opinion, this band is one of the best punk bands coming out of Seattle ...in decades! - skyclyde.com
"The entertainment was spot on as well... Heaping helpings of fantastic music from Geist & Samuel Joseph, the Wrecked Chords, T.V. Coahran and the hugely popular Suburban Vermin" — Gurldogg.blogspot.com
"Everyone left standing at that point was pummeled by a blistering set from Suburban Vermin. Damn, Sam."
"Suburban Vermin? That’s great shit. You couldn’t even make that up!" — www.subpop.com
"Suburban Vermin ran through their entire catalog in 26 minutes. 'nuff said." -T-Rex Records