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Loud Boyz are Washington, DC's finest punk rock party animals. According to New Noise Magazine "the band is tight as hell, but still harness danger, unpredictability and well, yeah, Loud Boyz make a lot of noise." A staple of the mid-Atlantic region, they've played as direct support for bands like The Buzzcocks, Dag Nasty, Marky Ramone, and Darkest Hour at venues including D.C.’s 9:30 Club and Black Cat, NJ’s The Stone Pony, and NYC’s Gramercy Theatre. Band members Brandon Brown, Alex Anderson, Devin O'Donoghue, Rory Sheridan, and Mitchell West play aggressive hardcore punk rock and aren’t afraid to crack a smile while doing it.

The band's first EP was released on D.C. imprint Cricket Cemetery in January 2015, followed by a full length LP, Tough Love, Hard Feelings, in July 2015. Their new EP, Party in the USA, was self-released n May 5, 2017.

 

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"The Band is tight as hell, but still harnesses danger, unpredictability and well, yeah, Loud Boyz make a lot of noise" - New Noise Magazine

“Loud Boyz blew us away with FYK” - Nerdist

"Washington DC's finest punk party goers" - New Noise Magazine

“Loud Boyz play the kind of punk you want to crush bars with your friends to” - Noisey

“The entire album is under twenty minutes, but feels like a f–king gauntlet in the best way possible” Nerdist

"These guys are amazing" - PunkNews.org

“Loud Boyz are a really unique band, keeping one foot in punk/hardcore and one foot in garage rock without ever sounding disjointed” New Noise Magazine

“Even if you don’t like punk rock, this new record needs to be in your library” - Rare

"Loud Boyz perfects a very classic, very fast brand of punk rock that makes you want to crack open a beer and act a fool" - 930 Club

“It’s fast, loud, and one hell of a racket with hints of early hardcore and more recent garage punk.”Brooklyn Vegan 

"Loud Boyz make the kind of music meant to be blared from rooftops"- Noisey

“Loud Boyz blend the sub genres of hardcore and garage rock; creating an aggressive and hooky sound.”Afropunk