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Album Review

Fairly generic Southern California hardcore punk, the Deviates are not at all dissimilar from the scores of bands who play exceptionally tight, clean, melodic, super-fast, harmonized music — NOFX, Pennywise, and others. The arrangements, though carefully hewn and drawn tight to a fault, are out of a prescribed methodology. It does not help that Brian's vocals are embarrassingly similar to the Offspring's Dexter Holland, another bland, dumbed-down Southern California hardcore band. Even though fast, it's not energetic. No fury, no power. One supposes, however, that this is perfect soundtrack music for skateboarding, BMX, and snowboard videos.

Biography

Formed: 1994

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Coming together during their formative years, the Deviates' Brian (vocals), Charley (guitar), Donnie (drums), and Damien (bass) scowl at mainstream pop for their own brandish of punk rock. They started crashing guitars and pogoing around their garages in 1994 and spent the next two years honing their own rollicking punk style. A homemade demo tape was recorded and passed around South Bay-area gigs. Luckily, Pennywise guitarist Fletcher Dragge scored a copy. He liked what he heard, for he ended up...
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