They concluded one of the longest Australian tours by any international act in 2010 and now Guttermouth are returning to their second home to do an extended tour of the East Coast of Australia.
Straight out of Huntington Beach, California; Guttermouth have been stirring controversy for almost 25 years with few bands matching the intensity on stage and off. 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 in the name of good fun. In 2010 they sold out shows all over Australia, Japan & Thailand. In January they will drive all the way up the east coast - starting in Geelong and making the journey up to far north Queensland before taking off to Japan & Europe, making this the biggest tour in their history.
On the Victorian leg of the tour Guttermouth are joined by 28 Days who will play three tour shows in their home state. Currently anticipating an album release early next year, 28 Days kick off the tour on Wednesday the 18th of January at The National Hotel in Geelong, teaming up with Guttermouth; the band that continue to cross the line that shouldn't be crossed and remind all us jaded assholes why we fell in love with punk rock in the first place.
"With great notoriety comes great expectation and Guttermouth lived up to everything Punk Rock should be and more." - from the AU review | Guttermouth @ Rosemount Hotel, Perth. 2010
"...the band put on arguably one of the best performances they've ever done in this country..." - FasterLouder | Guttermouth @ The Hifi, Brisbane. 2009