This Friday, November 3rd you can warm up your punk rock weekend by catching some homegrown punk rock right in the heart of Orange County.
Deviates will be playing The Continental Room in Downtown Fullerton with Chaser and Fine Dining.
Encompassing the punk sound that was so popular in the late 1990s, Deviates put out their first album, “My Life” in 2000. Flying high with their album’s success they immediately released their sophomore album, “Time is the Distance” It holds their best-known songs, “Come with Me” and “The End” that are also featured on Punk-O-Rama’s Vol. 6 and 7. However, shortly after the second albums release, they disbanded.
Cut to 2021 and the band, as they say, is back together again and better than ever. Blasting back on to the scene without skipping a beat and with their third album, “Holding Out,” proved they still had it. Not only did they write new songs for this album, but they recorded songs they wrote before their sabbatical.
Joining them on this show is Orange County’s own, Chaser. Their message of positivity rings clear through their OC punk sound.
Businessmen by day, beer-guzzling punk rockers by night, these guys are just as nice in person as they seem on stage and put on a great interactive show.
With their sing/scream, upbeat tempo and brand-new album, “No Reservations,” Fine Dining will prove to the crowd why they are the icing on that show’s cake. Their stage presence and vitality are almost unmatched… except by Chaser and Deviates. The energy this show is going to create could likely light up all of Downtown Fullerton (or DTF as the cool kids call it).
The Continental Room is not a regular punk show place but with any hopes, more will be held here. Not only is the venue a great place but its location couldn’t be any better placed, surrounded by tons of bars and eateries within walking distance.
There is a low-ticket warning so be sure to grab yours while you still can!