Kerosene 454 was a common D.C. music group in the feeling that their life expectancy was brief and prolific. The music group created in 1993, starting their career having a flurry of 45s adopted up by their 1st LP, Situation accessible. The early produces were regular D.C. punk: noisy, scathing, along with small melody. Following the documenting of Situation accessible, Kerosene 454’s audio became popular with Came By to Get rid of Me because of the introduction of Darren Zentek’s drumming capability. Whereas the first Kerosene 454 catalog was a boring drone, Arrived By to Destroy Me was an ecstatic roar; the interplay between your throaty screams and squealing guitars of Erik Denno and Jim Wall structure began to competitor even Fugazi’s famous duo of Picciotto/MacKaye. Because of the band’s developing popularity, Polyvinyl put together the group’s early 45s and 1st record onto one LP, Competition, that was released in 1997. In 1998, Kerosene 454 released their third and last album, At No. Undoubtedly their many achieved and melodic record, it presented Darren Zentek (ex-Glendale) glowing within the drums, arriving off just like the prodigal twin sibling of Don Caballero’s Damon Che. Following a quick tour to get At No, the band known as it quits. Following the break up, Denno and Zentek began using another D.C. music group, known as Oswego, while brothers Jim Wall structure and John Wall structure went on to create Vito Bruno with Brandon Butler (ex-Boys Lifestyle and Farewell Flex) and Vin Novara (ex-Crownhate Mess up).