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The Always Open Mouth

The Always Open Mouth is the third full length album from Mathcore band Fear Before the March of Flames, released on 19 September 2006. This is the first album by the band that feature the songs titles in their lyrics ("Dog Sized Bird" & "Mouth").

Track listing

  1. "Absolute Future" – 1:06
  2. "Drowning the Old Hag" – 2:54
  3. "Mouth" – 3:32
  4. "Taking Cassandra to the End of the World Party" – 2:44
  5. "Ten Seconds in Los Angeles" – 2:20
  6. "The Waiting Makes Me Curious" – 4:48
  7. "High as a Horse" – 2:37
  8. "Dog Sized Bird" – 2:14
  9. "Complete and Utter Confusion..." – 2:19
  10. "... As a Result of Signals Being Crossed" – 4:02
  11. "My (Fucking) Deer Hunter" – 4:11
  12. "Lycanthropy" – 3:07
  13. "A Brief Tutorial in Bachanalia" – 4:36
  14. "A Gift for Fiction" – 2:19
  15. "Absolute Past" – 3:07

The lyrics are not in the album booklet. Instead, a separate lyrics booklet can be found by popping off the white tray case.

Several of the songs in the booklet contain hidden messages, found be piecing together the bolded letters of the lyrics: "Absolute Past"- "The end of the world party"

"Mouth"- "Watch Pinnochio"

"Complete And Utter Confusion..."- "Faith or religion can you recall"

"My (Fucking) Deer Hunter"- "Now your words are mine"

Personnel

  • Brandon L. Proff - Drums, Percussion, Programming, Gangs
  • Michael L. Madruga - Bass, Percussion Gangs
  • David M. Marion - Vocals
  • Adam R. Fisher - Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Vocals, Programming, Percussion
  • Zachary M. Hutchings - Guitars, Percussion Gangs

Additional personnel

  • Anthony Green - Additional vocals on track 11
  • Jeremy Fisher - Additional vocals on track 7
  • Ryan Smith (Sterling Sound) - Mastering
  • Casey Bates - Engineering & Mixing
  • Brandon L. Proff (pixel-nation.net) - Layout & Design

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