Suburban Vermin Channels the Force Seattle-based Indie Punk Band Delivers Sonic and Visual Experience

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Seattle-based indie punk rock band Suburban Vermin is channeling the force in their upcoming release “The Awakening”. Due out for Pre-Release on May 4th, 2017, the track is one of many which belong to a 4-part commemorative EP entitled ‘TV Head Nation’ developed to celebrate the band’s 10-year history. “The Awakening” is an energized rock song with driving rhythms and pure intensity. Sharing a fun story about a trip to watch the Star Wars film, the song is filled with some sad irony, however it is almost hard to capture because the energy of the the performance never falters and remains in constant overdrive. Still, “The Awakening” is a solid production that is worth adding to your punked-out playlist.

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One of the performances that Suburban Vermin introduces fans to on ‘TV Head Nation’ is “Bleed for Me” an edgy production with aggressive guitar action and an intense sequence of powerful drum beats. A gritty vocal performance adds a righteous dose of raw energy to the overall score while expressing pensive songwriting.

Suburban Vermin maintain a serious level of intensity on ‘TV Head Nation’ with the performance “Lola”, which opens up with a sequence of lingering guitars and hard-hitting percussion. The song has a distinct head-nodding vibe. “Lola” illustrates graphic imagery and elements of twisted love through the use of descriptive metaphors. “Lola” is borders on the line of chilling and amusing as lyrics such as “she says it isn’t love, if there isn’t blood” and “she cuts into me like a serrated blade” which is moderately disturbing for any lusty lover but if you are among the kinky variety, this song’s for you.

There is more to explore when it comes to Suburban Vermin and the band permeates many artistic layers that extend beyond solely creating great music. They have created for fans, a complete visual experience to include ‘The Comic’ an engaging graphic collection which includes an adventurous story about a fight against an evil figurehead named King TV Head who happens to terrorize unconventional folk.

Suburban Vermin LogoSuburban Vermin who have been revered for their distinct punk artistry have been together for a decade. In honor of their longevity, the band is set to release a 4-part EP entitled “TV Head Nation” along with a comic book. The Seattle band has been likened to other well-known bands such as The Ramones, The Clash, the Buzzcocks and musicians such as Kurt Cobain.  The band has performed all over the Northwest and has opened up for groups such as Amber Pacific, Guttermouth, The Members, Left Alone, Hunter Valentine, and Authority Zero. In 2016, Suburban Vermin performed at Hempfest.

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