Mouthpiece (band)

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Origin New Jersey, U.S.
Genres Hardcore punk
Youth Crew
Years active 19911996
Labels Revelation Records

Mouthpiece was a New Jersey straight edge hardcore punk band from 1991 to 1996. Often seen as one of the seminal acts of the youth crew era, or the earliest revival of it.

Following their breakup, vocalist Tim McMahon went on to Hands Tied and then Triple Threat. Original guitarist Pete Reilly went on to form The Eulogy with members of Agnostic Front, Madball, Slapshot, The Vandals, Eye For An Eye, Straightfaced, and Throwdown.

In January 2009, Revelation Records released Can't Kill What's Inside which compiled all the band's recorded output.[1]



Compilation albums

  • 2009 Can't Kill What's Inside

Compilation appearances:

  • 1996 To the Side - Anti-Matter


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