Oneday Criminal
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Oneday Criminal

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The best kept secret in music


"Local Rockers"

"I don't have much experience with Oneday Criminal, though the songs I've heard have great energy and melody. This is a band that perfectly compliments the show and will be able to hold their own just fine."
-Paddy Fineran
- Kenosha News

"Oneday Criminal plays punk the way it should be played"

A lot of music that poses as punk today is nothing more than pop music with a sneer. Most of it is just annoying. You know there’s bad, there’s worse and there’s this. Actually “this” in this case is quite good. That is, if the “this” you’re talking about is the new CD by Oneday Criminal entitled, yes, you guessed it “There’s Bad, There’s Worse and There’s This.”
“Bad, Worse and This” is punk the way it used to be. The songs are powerful, fast, short and devoid of superfluous frills. The band – Garrett Inglish (guitar), Mike D’Angelo (percussion), Joe Pucci (vocals), Scott Sawyer (bass), Nick Larsen (guitar, backup vocals) – runs through the entire nine-song disc clocks in just over 24 minutes.
To be honest, I had to grab one of my friend Greg Graffin’s Bad Religion CDs to see if there was much of a difference musically. There really wasn’t, and I mean that in a very good way, as many old-school punks revere Graffin’s band.
Oneday Criminal performs tonight at Hattrix 2425 60th St, along with Unlawful Proceedings and Straight To Your Brain.
-Paddy Fineran
- Kenosha News

"Rockin' at Hattrix"

If you like your rock with a little more punk in it, Hattrix is the place to be Saturday night.

April is sure to go out like a lion with tattoos and lip piercings as Oneday Criminal takes the stage at the punk bastion.

Oneday Criminal - Joe Pucci, Nick Larsen, Garrett Inglish, Mike D'Angelo and Scott Sawyer- has a punk style that to me is reminiscent of my old neighbor's band, Bad Religion. Good power, good melody, good harmonies, good band.

-Paddy Fineran (Kenosha News)
- Paddy Fineran - (Kenosha News)


Full Length Debut:
"There's Bad, There's Worse and There's This"
(March 14 2006)

Single (March 2005)
Song for the Dead

Two song EP (2003)
Super King
(Streaming available on,,


Feeling a bit camera shy


Present: Oneday Criminal has been playing gigs between Milwaukee (e.g. The Rock Shop & Melissa's) Madison (Big E's Beach Club) and Chicago (e.g. The Note & Club Vyper Snake) and is currently planning a tour through the Midwest, then the rest of the US, and eventually the world.

December 2005 - January 2006: Recorded full length album, "There's Bad, There's Worse and There's This." The album was engineered and produced by Dan Precision, former guitarist of Fat Wreck Chords bands "Rise Against," "88 Fingers Louie" and "Break the Silence" of Hopeless Records

July 3-9 2005: Named 94.7 WJJO (Madison, WI) "Band of the Week"

March 2005: Recorded "Song for the Dead" at Digital Audio Designs

2005: Played Shows, Shows, and more shows

Summer of 2004: Oneday Criminal recruits Scott Sawyer to replace Benetti as the new bass player.

Spring of 2004: Benetti quits ODC to pursue business career.

Summer of 2003: ODC writes and records about half of the material heard today. (Ie: The Undefined and Super King EP).

May of 2003: Oneday Criminal becomes a band consisting of Joe Pucci, Nick Larsen, and Jeff Benetti (All former members of Sector 7g). They teamed up with Garrett Inglish and Mike D'Angelo (Former members of Burning Past).