Suburban Vermin’s new album “Headless Over Heels” is a punk/rock sensation that definitely exceeded my expectations. I’ve listened to a lot of different types of indie music and have to say this album is at the top of my list of go to listens while chilaxin’. Powerful vocals and awesome instrumentals blend in to bring a rich and very real emotional sound that actually well,sounds “real” and not “manufactured” like a lot of mainstream music nowadays.
I have a lot of favorites from the album but “Last Laugh”, “Walk Away”, and “Metal Alice” are probably my top 3 if I had to choose. After listening to all of the songs on the stellar album I have to give it solid 8.5/10.
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When you think of Seattle, its eclectic music scene is an immediate association. The birthplace of grunge music is still home to a vibrant alternative rock scene, as bands such as Suburban Vermin keep the fire alive with great songs and frantic live BIO shows.
The punk rock combo is influenced by classic acts, as well as the contemporary scene, boasting gritty and powerful guitars, in-your-face vocals and tight drums hide a somewhat catchy core that will resonate with fans of bands such as The Clash or The Buzzcocks, as well as contemporary bands such as Alkaline Trio or The Distillers.