The Teeth Release New Album "Homewrecker"
If you were looking for a record you could listen to while you lay on your hammock, sip your iced tea, and relax on a warm summer’s eve, The Teeth’s upcoming release Homewrecker is not for you.
If you were more interested in hearing blaring metal guitars and thumping bass drums behind a scream machine, then you may want to give it a shot.
The Teeth will release Homewrecker on August 14th through Rock Paper Records, a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania based record label. Do not expect to lower your blood pressure for this one though. This record is strictly wake up, get up, and rock.
Homewrecker starts off with a bang, a short, 2:28 second track called “Wind Up,” which announces The Teeth’s first full length effort, and is followed perfectly by the first single on the album, “Bulletproof,” the video for which you can find below. The song features more of the fast riffs we have come to expect from the beginning, but combined with vocalist Joey Heid’s introduction of another weapon in his artillery, a semi-sweet singing voice reminiscent of Apex Theory or The Lost Prophets. “Bulletproof” features a hell of a breakdown, finishing guitar solo, and some serious head-banging material, fresh and ready to be dug into.
The next highlight is their track, “Undead Horse.” This shorty-but-goody features more of Heid’s varying screams that I really think are an underused strong point on the record.
“False Profit” tricks the listener into thinking it’s going to be one of the slower bangers, but quickly speeds up into one of the faster, including a catchy as hell chorus featuring more of Heid’s vocal stylings.
The title track of the album is probably the best song on the album, why they were holding it until the second half of the record, I’m not sure, but it helped end Homewrecker with a bang.
Check them out as The Teeth will be playing shows in and around Central Pennsylvania – listen to the album and get show info info here.