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"Musicians' Reviews of Breakaway"

Review of Break Away by Fire Mouth

The Cure Meets Atomic Rooster
Nice harmonies, reminds me of U2. The intro is a little heavy, but the singing is a combination of Cure-esque melody and Atomic Rooster accent. The guitar solo is a tad long, but the end is a nice flush out and the beginning singing is amazing with that accent. The drummer must also be tired. I noticed that the bass wasn't really standing out but the song was really good.”
Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Guitars, Drums, Production, Melody, Mood, Most Rocking Track.
Alan Morris/ Guitarist ~ Autograph of the Sun ~ San Diego, California

A Good Song
I like this track it has a lot going for it I think. Everything fits very well.

Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Guitars, Drums, Bass, Production, Lyrics,Melody, Beat, Mood, Most Rocking Track.

Ian Drysdale/ Bass – For The Good Of Mankind - Goulburn, Nsw, Australia

Good Pop Rock
“I like the vocals, the song is not bad- keep it up you guys are on the right track!”
Dave McCormick / Lead Singer- Shadows Edge ~ Aurora, Illinois

Nice Song
Loved the bass-line and tone!

Very nice guitar tones and I like the way the two guitars interact.

Excellent lead vocals: They conveyed emotion and authority. Nice sounding voice.
Reminded me of Tool for some reason.

The whole structure of the song was pleasing to me. It didn't bore me.

Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Bass, Mood.
Wyatt Holland / Singer-Songwriter - Forney, Texas

"Musicians' Reviews of Living in a Room Full of Mirrors"

Review of Living in a Room Fu.. by Fire Mouth

Good S%@!
I really like the intro, and the initial entrance of the full band. This is a very original song, and I like the ska-like feel it has to it, even though i generally don’t listen to ska. I think the bass sits very well in the song, you managed to make it noticeable and present, without over powering the guitar or anything else for that matter. I have to give you props for that because many bands have trouble with doing it right. The breakdown is smooth and mellow, and contradicts the rest of the song nicely… it reminds me of some of the better alien ant farm, and no I’m not referring to the Michael Jackson cover that everyone associates them with. You guys are talented and easy to listen to, and the recording isn’t half bad, 5 stars!
Extra Credit: Originality.
Evan Ogas/ Lead Guitar & vocals ~ Follow Freeman ~ Madison, Wisconsin

Fell in Love Again
Very unique vocal delivery coupled with a cool rhythm pattern on guitar. The band is very tight and sounds good due to production quality. This one reminds me of falling in love all over again. The guitar breaks are killer too by the way.

Chad Taggart/ Acoustic Guitar ~ Beaver Dams, New York

Ear Candy for the Zombies
Love this song. The male vocals are great and the backing vocals during the chorus section are like icing on top of a great cake. The guitar line is amazing as well as it weaves in and out of the song. Also the transitions from the verse and the chorus are nice and non jarring. The lyrics are weird enough to stand out but not alienate the listener. Zombies, Aliens, guys pull it off. My only gripe is that the song is a bit long at 5:44...maybe shorten up the bridge.
Extra Credit: Male Vocals, Guitars, Lyrics, Originality, Most Rocking Track.
David Brewington/ Guitarist - Tokyo Pop Stars - Nashville, Tennessee


Coming Soon: Demo Release

Preview two songs from our demo!
"HARD TO SEE" and "As You Are"



One of Colorado’s most original rock bands, Firemouth is passionate about entertaining all audiences with energy and versatility. Their style mixes a bit of everything; funk, grunge, psychedelic, blues, punk, indie-rock and a whole lot more. Their music tells tales of alienation, American arrogance, alcohol abuse and women. Firemouth will get you moving, get you drinking... and if you use proper hygiene... Firemouth will even get you laid.

Firemouth has performed at many of Colorado’s finest venues, including; Herman’s Hideaway, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, 3 King’s Tavern, The Lion’s Lair, the Larimer Lounge and many others. They have shared the stage with some great local artists like The Jimi Austin, The Other Side of Clearview, Gription and countless more.

Firemouth began in 2007 with Mike Keesler and James Lawn jamming, drinking some beers and writing songs in the basement. After a long night of partying, drummer Dave Strauss joined the band. In 2008 Calvin Graves (guitar) and Dan Sheck (bass) joined the band bringing a new level of creativity and experience. The band has big things coming in 2009, including a bunch of shows, and a professional Demo to be released this May.