Nothing is ever dull in the world of Californian punks Guttermouth, and that lesson was learnt by their Aussie publicist over the weekend after the band trolled him this weekend by sharing his phone number with fans and claiming they were going to fire him. The US punks, who are currently in Australia on a
Californian punk-rockers Guttermouth have never been strangers to controversy. You could argue that, at times in their storied career, they’ve outright courted it. It’s safe to say, though, that the verifiable shitstorm of events that occurred during and following their ‘Farewell Australia’ tour in 2013 went far beyond what they could have imagined. A self-described
Californian punk band Guttermouth are about to return to Australia for a run of shows aiming to make up for their disastrous 2013 tour, filled with “some really shit inebriated performances to mostly disappointed fans”. At the time, it seemed like the band would never step foot in Australia again and for frontman Mark Adkins,
Californian punk band Guttermouth have announced their return to Australia, with a set of headline dates lined up for April. The shows will supposedly be “less drunk and more coherent” than the band’s largely controversial 2013 tour, which was supposed to be their last ever Australian visit. This time round the punk rockers will be
Reports have surfaced online of an incident involving Guttermouth frontman Mark Adkins at a Colorado show last week, in which the singer was attacked by the audience at Fort Collins venue Hodi’s Half Note after an altercation ensued between himself and a female crowd member. According to one fan report posted to punk blog Jaded
Currently in town for what must be the 400th – and is definitely the last – time, Guttermouth have brought the wrong kind of attention on themselves after a train wreck of a performance at Victoria’s Ferntree Gully Hotel on Sunday, 11th August. Punters on the night have labelled the show an absolute disaster, with
It clearly doesn’t take too much to talk punk nutters Guttermouth into announcing an Australia tour. The masters of the scene have dropped a massive list of dates for Down Under kicking off in August and, by the looks of things, this band has toured Australia so much that they know more cities here than
Let’s get straight to the point. Guttermouth: you either love them or hate them. Around for over two decades, they have seen the rise and fall of many of their punk rock contemporaries, all the while managing to maintain their explicit in-your-face attitude.