Pulling Teeth (band)

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Pulling Teeth
Origin Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Genres Hardcore punk, metalcore, black metal, sludge metal, thrash metal
Years active 2005 (2005)–2012 (2012)[1]
Labels A389, Firestarter, WDSounds, Deathwish, Chainsaw Safety
Associated acts Day of Mourning, Hatewaves, In the Hollows, KxL, Never Enough, Pala, Paper Dragons, Ruiner, Slumlords, The Spark, Thor's Teeth, Virgin Witch, XCoalition Against ShaneX
Website pullingteethmd.com
Past members Alex Henderson
Chris Kuhn
Mike Riley
Mitchell Roemer
Domenic Romeo
Tony Hare
Danny Parker

Pulling Teeth was an American hardcore punk band from Baltimore, Maryland. Formed in 2005, the band released several recordings (as themselves or under aliases), and toured many times throughout North America, Europe and Japan before settling down and becoming a studio band.[2][3][4] They announced their break-up on their official website in December 2011 and played their final show in Baltimore on January 21, 2012. They will be back together to play an exclusive set at This Is Hardcore Festival in Philadelphia, PA in July 2017 in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of the martyr immortal album


Studio albums[edit]

  • Vicious Skin (2006, Chainsaw Safety/A389 Recordings - Released in Japan by: WD Sounds)
  • Martyr Immortal (2007, Deathwish Inc/A389 Recordings)
  • 01.13.2007 (2009, A389 Recordings) - Live Collaboration LP with Dwid Hellion of Integrity
  • Paranoid Delusions/Paradise Illusions (2009, Deathwish Inc/A389 Recordings)
  • Funerary (2011, A389 Recordings/Firestarter Records - Released in Japan by WD Sounds)


  • Pulling Teeth/Frightener SpliJt 7" (2007, A389/Ghost City Records)
  • "Witches Sabbath Volume I" (2007, Deathwish Inc)
  • "Witches Sabbath Volume II" (2007, A389 Recordings)
  • Pulling Teeth/Bystorm Split CD (2008, Major Malfunction)
  • 'Witches Sabbath Volume III' (2008, Firestarter Records)
  • 'Witches Sabbath Volume IV' (2008, Chainsaw Safety Records)
  • 'Witches Sabbath Volume V' (2009, Deathwish Inc)
  • Pulling Teeth/Shin To Shin Split 7" (2010, A389 Recordings)
  • Pulling Teeth/Mighty Sphincter Split 7" (collaboration w/ Integrity under the name Integriteeth) (2010, A389 Recordings)
  • Pulling Teeth/Irons: 'Grey Saviour' Split 12" (2011, Deathwish Inc)
  • Funerary 12" Single (Record Store Day Release) [2011, Celebrated Summer Records)
  • 'Demo 2005' 7" Flexi (2011, A389 Recordings)
  • 'Witches Sabbath Volume VI' (2011, Firestarter Records)
  • 'Lightning Strikes Twice' 7" Flexi (2011, A389 Recordings)

Music Videos[edit]

  • "Heretic" (2007)
  • "Whispers" (2011)

Related Releases[edit]

  • Thor's Teeth 'Sonar: 01.08.2010' 12" (2012, A389 Recordings) - Live Collaboration LP with PT and Jon Mikl Thor


  1. ^ Ramirez, Carlos (December 12, 2011). "Pulling Teeth Announce Breakup". Noisecreep. AOL. Retrieved December 12, 2011. 
  2. ^ Pulling Teeth (official site). Retrieved July 18, 2009.
  3. ^ True, Chris (2007). "Pulling Teeth – Overview." Allmusic. Retrieved July 18, 2009.
  4. ^ Kelham Andrew (June 2009). "Pulling Teeth – PaSranoid Delusions / Paradise Illusions." Rock Sound (123): 86.

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