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The Dangerous Summer was an alternative rock band from Ellicott City, Maryland, based out of Los Angeles, California. The band consisted of AJ Perdomo (lead vocals, bass guitar), Cody Payne (guitar, backup vocals), Matthew Kennedy and Ben Cato (drums).

The band formed in 2006 with Perdomo and Payne joined by Bryan Czap (lead guitar) and Tyler Minsberg (drums). TDS independently released a five song EP 'There Is No Such Thing as Science' in 2007, which drew the attention of Hopeless… read more

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  • Avatar for MyHeadOnAPlate
    Horribly terribly spectacularly underrated.
  • Avatar for PastSanctuary
    well, they had a good run, and i'll always love them. aj's somber yet effective vocals, the beautiful guitar melodies, and (in the beginning) the ambient drumming. although golden record isn't my favorite, it was a strong note to go out on. i'm still listening to them religiously.
  • Avatar for RosesOfTomorrow
    Still good stuff, gonna miss you. R.I.P.
  • Avatar for Alex660
    Devastated to hear they have stopped making music, but they made 3 amazing albums without one song that I would skip, I am just so very glad to have been a fan of these guys for the last 4 years.
  • Avatar for joshy0
    RIP The Dangerous Summer. Got me through a lot the last few years, especially in recent months. Will definitely be missed...
  • Avatar for loxer
    RIP :(
  • Avatar for -Trail-
    AJ has left the band. :(
  • Avatar for Stephanersm
    Golden Record is their best and most mature record so far. But for me, there's no songs better than one another, the whole album is perfect, like their last two.
  • Avatar for starsburnonfire
    yah, i dont think i cared much for golden record..so i dismissed this band for some time...i decided to give them another chance. Boy, I am I glad I did. Theyre mad good
  • Avatar for saomitch
    That's because Golden Record isn't very good. I could only stand it for a dozen listens. Beyond "Catholic Girls" and "Sins," there just isn't much to love.

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