Need more proof that rock music is indeed the expressway that leadeth straight to hell? Then consider the early days of the twosome now collectively known as the Deuce Project. Back when they were impressionably young, Josh McMillan and Noah Pearce attended the same church. The temptation of the instruments tucked away in the church's basement, however, proved too great, and soon McMillan and Pearce were sneaking out during services to rock. Blasphemy! Deuce Project soon signed to religious favorite Madonna's label, Maverick. Its pleasant, harmony-drenched pop doesn't raise much hell, but such meek sounds often inherit the airwaves.