|Associated acts||Suicide Machines|
|Members||Jay Navarro, Alex Awn, Jeff Uberti, Justin Malek|
Hellmouth is a hardcore punk band from Detroit, Michigan, founded by former Suicide Machines singer Jay Navarro, guitarist Alex Awn (from Coalition, Varsity), bassist Jeff Uberti (from Left In Ruin, World of Hurt), and former Fordirelifesake drummer Justin Malek.
Disillusioned by the music industry after the breakup of the Suicide Machines, Jay Navarro formed Hellmouth as a way to express his contempt. The result was a band that straddles the line between thrash metal and punk. They released their first demo in 2008 and their first album in Jan 2009.
Hellmouth blend elements of thrash, metal, and punk. The band has cited such bands as Corrosion of Conformity, Black Flag, and Agnostic Front as influences. In their own words, the band sounds like "Celtic Frost raping Black Flag, while The Accüsed, Discharge, and Entombed have a 'circle jerk'."
Destroy Everything, Worship Nothing
In January 2009, Hellmouth released their debut album, Destroy Everything, Worship Nothing on Ferret Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music Group. The album is split into sides, like a vinyl record. The first side is titled Apocalypse, the second Blasphemy. The album has been described as "angry music for angry people. And sadly or not, that's probably exactly what Detroit needs right now", and that "there's just not a whole lot about this record to dislike."
- "Pick a Coffin"
- "Overtime In a Shark Cage"
- "Pawnshop St. Christopher"
- "Heathen Son In The Eyes Of Blood"
- "Oblivion & Utopia"
- "Blackest of Voids"
- "Crooked Teeth"
- "Drop Out & Destroy"
- "Praying For Plague"
- "God's Forgotten Children"
- "More Fire"
- "Blood of Pigs"
- "The Masters Have Poisoned The Slaves"
On November 16, 2010, Hellmouth released their second album, Gravestone Skylines, via Paper + Plastick.
- "Funeral Drenched"
- "Desperate & Violent"
- "Resist Control"
- "Hands Like Spiders"
- "The Sun Is Dying"
- "Amen, Assholes"
- "Spitting Blood & Teeth"
- "Conceived Of Shit"
- "Valley Of Armageddon"
- "Tragedy Of A City"
- "The Calling - Part 1"
- "The Calling - Part 2"
- "Vultures & Crows"
- Karan, Tim (3 October 2009). "HELLMOUTH". Alternative Press. Retrieved 18 November 2009.[dead link]
- "10 Things We Never Knew About… Hellmouth". Sonic Dice. 12 June 2009. Retrieved 18 November 2009.
- Callwood, Brett -11 March 2009- "The Metro Times" http://metrotimes.com/archives/review.asp?rid=24985
- Bryne - http://www.punknews.org/review/7988