Out of Your Mouth

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Out of Your Mouth was a Canadian hard rock band from Calgary.[1]

The band consisted of vocalist Jason Darr, guitarist Jerrod Maxwell-Lyster, bassist Paule Sperman and drummer Rob Shawcross. Their debut album, Draghdad, was released in 2004, scoring a Canadian Top 40 hit with a rocked-up cover of Madonna's song "Music". None of the resulting singles received significant attention. After no new successes, drummer Rob Shawcross left the band with guitarist Jerrod Maxwell-Lyster and formed the band Auto Body. Eventually, bassist Paule Sperman left due to creative differences. Rob Shawcross was quoted as saying the band was a "one hit wonder" band, but that he left on a good note. Jason Darr agrees with this assessment.[citation needed]

During February 2006, Jason Darr started on a new project called Neurosonic, which toured with KoRn on the Family Values Tour from July 20, 2007 but ended up going nowhere as well and eventually broke up.

Maxwell-Lyster and Shawcross went on to form a local Calgary band called AutoBody.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Out of Your Mouth Biography". MapleMusic. Retrieved 8 May 2012.