Face To Face Bio:
Face to Face is a punk rock/pop punk band from Victorville, California formed in 1991 by frontman Trever Keith.
Originally known as "Zero Tolerance", Keith had been the only constant member of the band during their years of touring and recording albums. The group was initially signed by Dr. Strange Records and were then signed to Fat Wreck Chords. Face to Face rose to fame with their 1994 second album Big Choice, featuring their radio hit "Disconnected", which was first played by KROQ and appeared in the movies Tank Girl and National Lampoon's Senior Trip. The band declined in popularity after the departure of founding drummer Rob Kurth, who left in 1998.
During their initial twelve year run, Face to Face became one of the seminal and influential punk rock bands to come out of California, along with Green Day, Bad Religion, The Offspring (the latter of which current drummer Pete Parada would eventually join), Rancid, NOFX, Pennywise, No Use for a Name, Lagwagon, The Vandals, Guttermouth, and many others.
Face to Face split up in September 2004, because of musical differences. Since then, all the members of the band had played in a number of post-Face to Face projects, including Legion of Doom, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, The Offspring and Saves the Day. In April 2008, Face to Face performed together for the first time in five years at The Glasshouse in Pomona, California. The band has continued to perform numerous live venues since.