Mute Print

Mute Print
Mute Print
Studio album by A Wilhelm Scream
Released April 20, 2004, August 18, 2004 (Japanese edition), August/early September, 2009 (vinyl)
Recorded The Blasting Room, Fort Collins, CO
Genre Melodic hardcore, punk rock, rock
Length 32:50
Label Nitro Records, The Vinyl Collective Cooperative Label (vinyl)
Producer Bill Stevenson, Jason Livermore
A Wilhelm Scream chronology
Benefits Of Thinking Out Loud
Mute Print
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Mute Print, released on April 20, 2004 through Nitro Records, is the first full length album from the Massachusetts based melodic hardcore band A Wilhelm Scream, since changing their name from Smackin' Isaiah in 2002.



This album is the follow-up to a release that was done under their old name, Smackin' Isaiah, entitled Benefits Of Thinking Out Loud. Despite this, the previous album is most commonly known as an A Wilhelm Scream album, not a Smackin' Isaiah album, as it was reissued after the name change, with the new name of the artwork, before the release of Mute Print. Seeing as it was originally released under their old name, and that this was just a reissue, Mute Print is considered their first release as A Wilhelm Scream.

Even though the album artwork for the original and Japanese release are identical, the physical appearance of the two do vary. Whilst the Japanese version is printed on semi-glossy paper in the standard fashion of album booklets, the original is printed on partly or fully recycled paper and opens on the left golden ratio towards the right, meaning that only the two thirds on the right of the booklet is browsable. The remaining one third on the left remains static no matter what page you have open. It is visible on the Japanese edition that the same design was sent for printing, even though being printed in the standard booklet form, as it has an unnatural cut in the image on the left golden ratio.

In August/early September,[3] The Vinyl Collective Cooperative Label released a vinyl version of Mute Print. The vinyl was printed in two colours, 333 black and 667 mustardy yellow vinyls.[3] However, both unit holders and board members received a copy of the most limited version, only leaving 40 black ones for public sale.[3] The label also released five test pressings, a pressing that is produced in small quantities to evaluate the quality of the disc production, for sale. Test pressings are popular amongst vinyl collectors and are most commonly seen in blank, white sleeves and as black discs with white labels featuring handwritten notes.

Track listing

Lyrics by Trevor Reilly, with the exception of #8 by Nuno Pereira. Music by A Wilhelm Scream.

No. Title Length
1. "Mute Print"   1:15
2. "Famous Friends and Fashion Drunks"   2:24
3. "Anchor End"   2:46
4. "William Blake Overdrive"   3:06
5. "Brand New Me, Same Shitty You"   3:11
6. "The Rip"   3:16
7. "Retiring"   2:10
8. "Stab. Stab. Stab."   3:46
9. "A Picture of the World"   3:56
10. "Kursk"   3:33
11. "Dreaming of Throwing Up"   3:31
12. "Mute Print (video)" (Japanese edition only)  


  • Nuno Pereira – vocals
  • Trevor Reilly – guitar, backing vocals
  • Christopher Levesque – guitar
  • Jonathan Teves – bass, backing vocals
  • Nicholas Pasquale Angelini – drums


  • Produced, engineered and mixed by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore
  • Recorded at The Blasting Room, Fort Collins, CO
  • Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music
  • Photography and layout by Grandison Taber at Mediumstudio
  • Art direction and concept by Trevor Reilly and Jonathan Teves
  • Distributed by Fontana Distribution
  • Recording type: Studio
  • Recording mode: Stereo
  • SPARS code: n/a


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