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The best kept secret in music


Anyone expecting this to be a tribute to the first Bosstones record will be disappointed, but those looking for a new, young and versatile band to latch on to will be nothing less than pleased. Really, the biggest drawback here is that the band is based in Vermont when they really belong in Central Square, where their brand of indie rock would play well. There are two things in particular that draw me to Devil's Night Out. The first is that they keep reminding me of bands I like, yet they put so much of their own stamp on things that I can never quite get my hands around who they're referencing. The second is that it's so rare for a band this early in their development to not sound like they're repeating themselves by the end of the record. Peter Slater's vocals range from low-key and calming to low-key and unsettling to full-out rocking, and musically, the band follows suit. Particularly impressive are the stops and starts of "Self-instructed to Break Your Heart" and the trippier "Numb" in which Slater hits some effective off-key notes. At times, I think they would be better served turning it down a notch and focusing on the poppier and more atmospheric tunes, but that's nitpicking. (Kevin Finn)

- THE NOISE, Boston

"Vermont rockers Devil's Night Out have the angst thing down pat. The band's debut full-length, Truths You Cannot Swallow, is loaded with pained mini-epics centering on troubled relationships and delivered with a double dose of youthful turmoil..."

"Slater's solid, melodic vocals are bookmarked by scorching riffs and introspective interludes -- in other words, the common currency of modern rock..."

"It's cool to hear a young band with this much polish..."

Devil's Night Out are tight. I'll bet that with a couple of tours under their belt, they'll be damn near unstoppable..."
(Casey Rea) - Seven Days, Burlinton


"Truths You Cannot swallow" CD
"All This Work For Nothing" EP
Air Play at and


Feeling a bit camera shy


Spawned in Burlington, Vermont's fertile music scene, Devil's Night Out draws its influences from Hard Core and indie alt-rock. The band's sound veers wildly from tender acoustic moments to raucous feedback. Vocalist Peter Slater's brokenhearted, acidic lyrics set the band apart.