"Guttermouth" is a U.S. punk rock band from Huntington Beach, California. They are known for being offensive, both on their albums and at their shows and more recently, for being one of a few punk rock bands that is not openly left wing.
They were formed in 1989 in California when Mark Adkins left La Habra punk band Republic to join Eric "Derek" Davis' band Critical Noise. Critical Noise drummer Tim Baulch came up with the name Guttermouth for the newly merged members. After one year, Adkins and Davis relocated the band from La Habra California to Huntington Beach California where new members Clint Weinrich, James T. Nunn, & Scott Sheldon joined Guttermouth. A few years after their inception, Guttermouth signed a recording contract with Offspring lead singer Bryan Dexter Holland's Nitro Records, and began issuing albums at a breakneck pace, including 1996's ''Teri Yakimoto'', 1997's ''Musical Monkey'', and 1999's ''Gorgeous (album)'', the latter featuring new drummer Ty Smith. By the dawn of the new millennium, Guttermouth had switched to Epitaph Records in 2000, and issued further releases such as 2001's ''Covered With Ants'', 2002's ''Gusto!'', and 2004's ''Eat Your Face'...
|origin||Huntington Beach, California|
|music genre||Punk Rock|
|current members|| Mark Adkins|
Eric "Derek" Davis
James T. Nunn