POTTYMOUTH mutated out of frustration in 2006 and was executed by the troubled mind of Dread Spaghetti. In 2006, Dread masterminded 16 songs of grand perversity perfectly titled, 'TALES OF THE TOILET SAUCE'. After assembling a band, POTTYMOUTH performed locally throughout Los Angeles building up the toilet stew, thus leading to a quick following of sexual deviants and out of control rock and roll maniacs. POTTYMOUTH was born!
Dread was honored the opportunity in 2008 to tour with 90's cult rock puppet band, Green Jello, as lead guitarist (Summer Suck Tour/ All Acsuxx Fall Tour) and nightly performed the POTTYMOUTH classic live song, "Big Tits" all across the US & Canada to receptive audiences. Achieving this wider reach brought the lessons of toilet sauce even further. This momentum prompted Dread to gather up new ideas and write music for a crucial follow-up album, that would become 'SQUEAKY GIRLS GET THE GREASE' in 2010.
With a stable, well rounded line up in place, POTTYMOUTH achieved quick exposure by hitting 3 national tours as direct support for The Mentors (Summer 2012/ 2013) and recorded 1 track for a Mentors tribute disc in 2012. The band scored a mighty premiere in the pages of the winter issue of Girls & Corpses Magazine (2011) which was distributed on three continents. POTTYMOUTH also performed underneath RAWG (GWAR unmasked) for the 2nd Annual Cory Smoot Memorial in Richmond, VA and received the honor of having a guest vocal by Dave Brockie (Oderus Urungus/GWAR) on a track for the album which would become "FROM THE PINK TO THE STINK" in 2013. The band has since performed under such legendary acts: FEAR, Blowfly, Haunted Garage, Murder Junkies, Motochrist and has kept busy making videos to accompany the toilet stew assault.
POTTYMOUTH's live show engages its audiences with high energy shock performance art and leaves the viewers highly entertained or completely appalled. POTTYMOUTH creates a midnight party vibe, thus converting more fans with each performance and prompting others to spread the stew further. Never short of criticism and/or debate, the POTTYMOUTH live show leaves its own unique and memorable impression.