Warning: Danger!

Warning: Danger! is a four-piece safety-themed punk band from Seattle, formed in 2007. Warning: Danger! takes its audience back to a time when punk rock was fun, loud, and didn't take itself too seriously. Warning: Danger! makes every show a party and strives to leave everyone in attendance thoroughly entertained. The band's sound is noisy and raw, with an old-school punk feel, clever, humorous lyrics, and songs that easily get stuck in your head. The general theme of the songs is the avoidance of danger and the promotion of safety, with songs like “Safe Sex,” “Avalanche,” and “Cougar Attack.” Band members wear various hi-vis, reflective outfits, hard hats, and various stage props are often utilized. But don’t be fooled by the humor and light-hearted approach - this band cranks out well-crafted, hard-hitting, high-energy punk rock, guaranteed to strike a chord with even the most diehard punk rocker, yet still accessible enough to appeal to those who tend to prefer other genres. W:D! has also been featured on KEXP's Audioasis,in an interview on MTV.com, on the Funhouse II and POST-grunge II compilations, in the soundtrack for "Blood on the Flat Track," a documentary about the Rat City Roller Girls, "Razing the Bar," a documentary about The Funhouse music venue featured at the Seattle International Film Festival, and on "The 206," a local sketch comedy show.