With the aggressive presence of Black Flag, Circle Jerks and Agent Orange combined with the speed and agility of Pennywise and Bad Religion, 98 Mute contributed another chapter to the Hermosa Beach, CA punk rock history book upon their 1994 formation. With melodic undertones accompanying their break neck speed and personal lyrics, Theologian Records took recognition within two years of their first show and released their self-titled first album in 1996. Following a tour with the likes of Blink-182 and Pennywise in 1997, Jason (guitar), Doug (bass), Justin (drums) and Pat (singer) found their band contributing to various California punk compilations and skate videos; including 1997's Good Times and the soundtrack for The Show. By 1998, 98 Mute continued their relationship with Theologian Records and followed through with their second album, Class of 98. Slow Motion Riot followed in mid-2000. ~ Mike DaRonco
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