Sounds Like: The Distillers, NOFX - Official Page, Alkaline Trio, Rancid, Green Day
Manager: Nina Guidry
Bio: 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...See Full Bio
“I am not a typical hardcore punk fan but I’ve really been enjoying this album. ‘Headless Over Heels’ is where riffs and rhythm are at their best, which the band also combine with, melody and aggressiveness, to bring a powerfully sophisticated, but still uniquely raw sound to the table. Suburban Vermin is not to be confused with the pseudo pop punk, brought forward sometime back by the likes of Blink182, Simple Plan or Boxcar Racer etc. Instead, they take their cues from originals such as The Ramones, The Misfits and The Clash, which means pure adrenaline, no-filler-all-killer tunes! This is the only Suburban Vermin music I have heard, so I don’t know how good their other stuff is, but this one is something everyone should experience. I know punk music isn’t for everyone, but everyone can enjoy punk music (if that makes sense). What I mean is, if you listen to the album and let it grow on you, you will appreciate what Suburban Vermin have achieved here.”