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About Osker

Osker have earned the label "the most hated band at Epitaph," which is no small feat indeed, and more than enough reason to give themselves a pat on the back. Although just out of high school, Osker sounds like seasoned veterans from the East Bay (with British Accents) picked up guitars and played them like virtuosos (with gigantic attitudes). Melodies and choruses don't have the Elmer's Glue potential of some of their predecessors' songs, but the music has all the same enthusiasm and energy.

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Osker have earned the label "the most hated band at Epitaph," which is no small feat indeed, and more than enough reason to give themselves a pat on the back. Although just out of high school, Osker sounds like seasoned veterans from the East Bay (with British Accents) picked up guitars and played them like virtuosos (with gigantic attitudes). Melodies and choruses don't have the Elmer's Glue potential of some of their predecessors' songs, but the music has all the same enthusiasm and energy.

About Osker

Osker have earned the label "the most hated band at Epitaph," which is no small feat indeed, and more than enough reason to give themselves a pat on the back. Although just out of high school, Osker sounds like seasoned veterans from the East Bay (with British Accents) picked up guitars and played them like virtuosos (with gigantic attitudes). Melodies and choruses don't have the Elmer's Glue potential of some of their predecessors' songs, but the music has all the same enthusiasm and energy.

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About Osker

Osker have earned the label "the most hated band at Epitaph," which is no small feat indeed, and more than enough reason to give themselves a pat on the back. Although just out of high school, Osker sounds like seasoned veterans from the East Bay (with British Accents) picked up guitars and played them like virtuosos (with gigantic attitudes). Melodies and choruses don't have the Elmer's Glue potential of some of their predecessors' songs, but the music has all the same enthusiasm and energy.

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