TEETH - RELEASE NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR "EYESHORNSMOUTH"
Highly influenced by discomfort, there can be no compromise in the structure of what Ontario, Canada hardcore/metal quartet TEETH are producing because what flows from them is purely honest, and quite unlike anything that has been heard before.
Their adherence to this artistic integrity is a huge part of what caught the eye of heavy metal foundry, Nuclear Blast Records.
Today, the band releases the music video for their new single, "EyesHornsMouth" which can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/PzB2nhjxTqg
The band comments, "EyesHornsMouth is a song that encapsulates spiraling out of control - tapping into your darkest judgments and inhibitions. It takes you for a ride and drags you down the rabbit hole of questionable places in your mind.
“When I fucking die, don’t bury me take me home.”
Home is hell.
EHM is the devil's advocate that resides on your shoulder, or in this case, both shoulders. It combines everything that is TEETH while leaning even further into our violent, uncomfortable, disgusting roots, so naturally we felt it'd be the perfect first single via Nuclear Blast.”
Purchase/Stream the new single "EyesHornsMouth" here: https://bfan.link/Teeth-EyesHornsMouth
Watch "EyesHornsMouth" here: https://youtu.be/PzB2nhjxTqg
"EyesHornsMouth" was produced and engineered by Davis Maxwell & TEETH on September 1st, 2020 with Lance Prenc handling the mixing and mastering. The cover artwork for the single was created by Heavy Sleeper Co.
Order your copy of TEETH's 575EP here: thttp://nblast.de/Teeth-575EP
Recently, the band released the 575 EP which contains four already-released songs. The EP was produced and engineered by Davis Maxwell & TEETH at Bell Tower Studios in September 2019. The cover artwork was created by Orupting (Madison Roger). Order your copy of TEETH's 575 EP here: thttp://nblast.de/Teeth-575EP Below is the 575 tracklisting: 1. Destroyer 2. Filth 3. Smother 4. Deathrace TEETH are of the philosophy that every subsequent part of the song needs to be more disgusting, uncomfortable, and nasty than the part before it. “It’s supposed to feel frantic; super visceral and aggressive,” explains Prince. “Pain is an adhesive, and in a time where there’s a lot of pent up emotion towards friends, family, everything around us... it gives people a nice vehicle to air their grievances.”
Only a couple of things remain to be seen with TEETH: when will their new album drop, and what bands can you look forward to seeing them grace the stage with? Keep your eyes on Nuclear Blast Records and TEETH socials for updates. TEETH is Chris LeMasters | Guitarist Blake Louis Prince | Vocals Marc Quagliarini | Bass Mat Stewart | Drums