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Hellmouth

Sick and tired of the state from the music industry and punk rock and roll in general following the 2006 breakup from the Suicide Devices, singer Jay Navarro made a decision to route his contempt and reveal it using the world, having a baby to Hellmouth. Remaining near his Michigan origins, Navarro done the lineup with fellow Detroiters Alex Awn (acoustic guitar) and Jeff Uberti (bass), aswell as Fordirelifesake’s Justin Malek (drums). With affects from early thrash rings like Celtic Frost and Venom, and hardcore legends like Dark Flag and Agnostic Entrance, Hellmouth mix the get of hardcore punk using the out-and-out hostility of rock, creating something that’s a throwback to the first days of steel without sounding such as a parody. The music group released their initial demonstration in 2008, quickly accompanied by the January 2009 discharge of their full-length debut, Destroy Everything, Worship Nothing at all, on Ferret Music.

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