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This article is about the post-hardcore band from Chicago. For the disease called "trench mouth", see Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis.
Background information
Origin Chicago, Illinois
Genres Post-hardcore
Years active 1990–1996
Labels Skene! Records/East West Records
Associated acts The Eternals

Trenchmouth was a post-hardcore band from Chicago. Throughout its existence, the band consisted of Damon Locks (vocals/percussion), Chris DeZutter (guitar), Wayne Montana (bass), and Fred Armisen on drums. Their third LP, Trenchmouth vs. The Light of the Sun, was released on East West Records, a division of Elektra Records. Armisen went on to be a cast member of Saturday Night Live. Locks went on to be in Super ESP and later reconvened with Montana to form The Eternals. DeZutter returned to school, emerged with a PhD in chemistry, and currently teaches organic chemistry at the University of Minnesota, Rochester.


  • Kick Your Mind And Make It Move EP (Dead Bird, 1991)
  • Construction Of New Action (Skene! Records, 1991)
  • Inside The Future (Skene!, 1993)
  • Achtung Chicago! Zwei compilation (Underdog Records, 1993)
  • Trenchmouth Vs. The Light Of The Sun (Skene!/EastWest, 1994)
  • The Broadcasting System (Skene!, 1995)
  • Volumes, Amplifiers, Equalizers (Runt, 1995)
  • More Motion: A Collection (Thick Records, 2003)

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