Band that includes three Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students to take stage at Bethlehem’s Musikfest

Three Plymouth Whitemarsh High School students are about to hit the stage with their band Devixe (pronounced Deh-VICE) at Bethlehem’s Musikfest on Sunday, August 14th at noon at the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Zinzenplatz, Main and Lehigh Streets. Musikfest is free to attend. You can find specifics on their performance at Musikfest here.

The band consists of Liam Myerow (senior at PW, drums and keyboards), Bryce Monsell (PW senior, guitar), Connor Capizzi (PW student, bass), Quintin Seifert (Interboro High School, vocals), and Dom Hancs (Abington Senior High School, guitar). The band came together from the music program at Plymouth Whitemarsh, the School of Rock, and a mosh pit at a Slipknot concert.

The members of Devixe describe the band’s sound as dgent, which is a form of heavy metal. The setlist for their live shows consists of a mix of covers and original songs and listed influences System of a Down, Korn, and Beartooth.

Look for the release of the band’s first single in a few weeks. Below is a video from a recent performance.

Photo: Devixe. The band is shown at top of article as follows – Seifert (far left), Myerow (second to left), (Monsell (center), Hancs (second to right), and Capizzi (far right).