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Formed in the Fall of 2010, The Teeth hit the ground running with their debut EP Eat.Sleep.Drink. The 4 piece group delivers a one-two punch of high energy post hardcore and dirty southern melodic rock; drawing from influences such as Every Time I Die, Glassjaw, and The Bronx. The group is made up of road worn friends from previous touring bands with one common interest: Divide and Conquer. In the short two years of their existence, The Teeth are already pushing to make their mark. Sharing the stage with the likes of Stray from the Path, Letlive, The Greenery, The Bunny The Bear, and Valient Thorr, with several small tours under their belt, there is no end in sight. Following the success of Eat.Sleep.Drink., The Teeth are set to release their first full-length album, Homewrecker, on August 14, 2012. Recorded in April of 2012 with Carson Slovak and Grant McFarland at Atrium Audio (August Burns Red, This or the Apocalypse, Texas in July) in Lancaster, PA, Homewrecker takes the party rock and roll tone from Eat.Sleep.Drink to a whole new level. With a combination of hardcore, rock, metal, and even punk elements, Homewrecker is not for the faint of heart.

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The Teeth have done something very few bands can do in this industry anymore and that's stay true to their style without writing the same album twice. With the upcoming release of their second album and debut on Rock Paper Records, 'Homewrecker', the band is about to release something that not only is something they're proud of, but I can also say is worth more than it's weight in gold. If you liked their first album 'Eat.Sleep.Drink.' then when this album drops, you will want to be sure to get your hands on a copy. One of the first tracks that catches my attention is, of course, their first single "Bulletproof". Being the first song to be released you think it would define the album but it doesn't! About a minute in on the fourth track of the album "Kiss of Death", the band memorizes you with a lick that's so rhythmic you get goosebumps. The track following that, "Undead Horse" hits hard, "Texas Toast" is a hit, the title track is unreal... but the song that makes the whole album come together is "Love Letter From The Future", the last track of the album. The album starts of with a bang with"Wind Up", but "Love Letter..." maintains the feel of the twelve-track punch to the face until the end when it slows down a bit to let you breathe again and get out of the mosh pit-- you know, the one that was started in your head ten seconds after you pushed play. If you like real hardcore, this album is for you. --Kit Kirsch of Music & Noise

Look, I'm not a professional reviewer of things. I'm a guy who likes stuff he likes, and also talks about stuff he likes. A lot. I can t help it. So when I run across something I really dig, I pretty much have to tell everyone I know. Good thing this podcast and blog came along to help me do that, right?! Right? Ok, now that that's out of the way, I wanted to take a minute or two to let you know about a band that I really like, and their new album. They are called The Teeth, and I can t get enough of them. The style is a little difficult to describe. They're not hardcore, or metal, or good old fashioned rock and roll. They're kind of a mix of the three. I would personally say that if you re a fan of Every Time I Die, you'd dig them. Now, the album: Homewrecker. From the first track until the last, it's heavy duty. I am trying so hard to not describe it with overly used terms, mainly because they're used to the point that they really don't mean much anymore. Every album is the heaviest album EVAR, and every break down is the sickest. But shoot, there is really no way to talk about this album without calling it super heavy, super rocking, and flat-out ill. Kids still say ill, right? Bottom Line: I can safely say that this is my new favorite album, and I can't wait until you can hear it and talk about it. --Bill Russum of Popular Outcasts
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  • Audio CD (August 14, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rock Paper Records
  • ASIN: B008TWUR3Q
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #760,046 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is their second album and shows a ton of growth. Lyrically and musically The Teeth prove that they will be a breakout talent. Fans of Every Time I Die will be surprised by the similarities but The Teeth show they are their own band. Pick it up as well as Eat.Sleep.Drink their first album.
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