TEETH Premiere “EyesHornsMouth” Music Video

TEETH have premiered a new video for their new song “EyesHornsMouth.” You can check that out below:

The band commented:

“‘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.”

TEETH Sign With Nuclear Blast Records, Announce “575” EP

TEETH have signed a new deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band’s new EP, “575,” will be released through the label on October 28. Pre-orders, including clear cassettes, can be found HERE.

The group commented:

“TEETH has always been – and always will be – a passion project for us. A visceral creative outlet not to be marred by outside influence or external pressure to achieve anything but creating music that we enjoy. We promised ourselves that if the opportunity to work with a label ever arose, they’d have to share our artistic vision, and ultimately want to help TEETH connect with everyone who’d listen.

When we began talking to Nuclear Blast at the beginning of the pandemic, it became immediately apparent they checked those boxes. Growing up listening to bands like Hatebreed, Ministry, and Slayer and eventually discovering artists like Nails, it felt like Nuclear Blast understood everything TEETH stands for, and aspires to be.

So, with that said, we’re excited to finally announce that we are now part of the Nuclear Blast family. We’re just getting started.”

Vocalist Blake Prince added:

“We are extremely thrilled to finally announce that we’ve signed a deal with Nuclear Blast Records. This has been something we’ve had to keep close to our chest throughout the pandemic and we’re eager to get to work. To be a part of this legendary roster is an honor and a perfect home for TEETH.

Ideally, your label is a partner. Human beings with a strong passion for growing artistic culture and individuality, who believe in you and are working hard to help facilitate our vision. We feel confident that the cooperation with Nuclear Blast will help bring this band to the next level.”

TEETH Announce April Canadian Dates

TEETH (Hundred Suns, etc.) have announced some April Canadian shows. Here’s the dates:

04/06 Hamilton, ON – The Doors
04/07 Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dees
04/08 Ottawa, ON – Dominion Tavern
04/09 Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Electriques
04/11 London, ON – Rum Runners

TEETH Announce Canadian Dates

TEETH have booked some Canadian shows for January. Here’s the dates:

01/05 Hamilton, ON – The Doors
01/06 Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dees
01/07 Ottawa, ON – Dominion Tavern
01/08 Montreal, QC – Les Foufounes Electriques
01/09 London, ON – Rum Runners

TEETH Premiere “Voodoo Priestess” Video

TEETH have premiered a new video for their new song “Voodoo Priestess.“ The track is available digitally and can also be pre-ordered as a limited edition 7 inch along with the group’s previously released song “Writhe.”

Vocalist Blake Prince commented:

“When we were writing ‘Voodoo Priestess‘, both Chris and I were living in isolation at my house. We were experiencing some altering shifts in both of our lives. We were dealing with two different situations, yet they felt as if they were in the same vein. This song deals with a failing relationship in which you invested your whole heart into. The feelings of loss, betrayal, abandonment, and blunt reality have a strong presence in the lyrics.

I think the intent was to produce something that was going to work as a therapeutic release for both of us whilst expressing that our true love is our art and creating these songs. The lyric ‘I met the love of my life on three strong ecstasy pills’ alludes to the first time I picked up a mic and learned how to express myself in such a capacity.

It was/is a strange and uncertain moment in time. We were both dealing with something similar, feeling so dire, while the pain we were experiencing felt very different.”

TEETH To Release New Single “Voodoo Priestess” Next Week

TEETH will be releasing a new single titled “Voodoo Priestess“ on June 16. The band tweeted the following about that:

TEETH Part Ways With Drummer Ryan “Legs” Leger

TEETH have parted ways with drummer Ryan “Legs” Leger (ex-Every Time I Die). With him gone, the band will now be recording their new album with drummer Davis Maxwell (ex-Heavy Hearts).

TEETH issued the following statement:

“As some of you may have already heard, Legs will no longer be moving forward as a member of TEETH. Like anything else in the creative realm, it’s a struggle to get a band off the ground and sometimes life gets in the way. This project was just one of those situations.

Legs is a monster drummer and we wish him the best – he’ll be working on his own stuff soon so keep an eye out for that. In the meantime, the mighty @_davismaxwell (Heavy Hearts, Kawthra) will be stepping in to track the drums for this album and it’s gonna be a ripper. Can’t wait to show you all what we’ve been working on.”

TEETH (Hundred Suns, Ex-Every Time I Die, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Writhe”

TEETH (Hundred Suns, ex-Every Time I Die, etc.) have premiered a new song titled “Writhe.” You can check that out below:

Chris LeMasters commented:

“‘Writhe‘ hits extremely close to home for me. I wrote it after finding out that a woman very near and dear to my heart had been both physically and mentally abused over the course of 15+ years. I never knew — she never felt safe enough to tell anyone. But that’s just MY experience.

‘Writhe‘ touches on those moments of helplessness and anger when you or someone you know and love has been oppressed, harmed, or abused by someone in a position of power. It dives into those dark moments when you fetishize doing awful things to that person. ‘Writhe‘ is directed towards the oppressors, the cowards, the abusers, and the people who violate your trust, and take advantage of it — whether it’s crooked police, a family member, or a spouse.

I know this applies to so many peoples lives right now, too. Whether it’s the repeated, systemic abuse (and murder) of innocent black/POC citizens by corrupt law enforcement, or COVID-19 causing so many of us to be stuck at home unable to work, attend school, etc., resulting in more and more instances of domestic abuse as victims no longer have a daily escape.

We wanted/NEEDED to write a song that gives those people a voice. It’s angry, spiteful, and violent because we refuse to ignore those primal human emotions — good or bad. They’re REAL, and I hope this song acts as an outlet of sorts to those victims.”

With this news, the band have also asked their fans to consider donating to Act Blue and the Canadian Women’s Foundation. They said the following about Act Blue:

“We chose this fund because it splits all donations evenly across numerous organizations that help support the BLM Movement. Instead of only donating to ONE charity, this lets supporters donate to a variety.”

They also added the following about the Canadian Women’s Foundation:

“We also chose to support the Canadian Women’s Foundation because it provides a variety of resources, education, and opportunities for women while actively promoting gender equality. The CWA focuses on women, girls, trans, genderqueer, non-binary, and 2SLGBTQI+ because they face distinct barriers that require distinct solutions and because gender equality improves economic and social conditions for everyone – whether it’s helping victims escape home/spousal abuse, poverty, or supporting important efforts to flatten the curve of COVID-19 and promoting equal rights for the 2SLGBTQi+ community.”