With New Single ‘Sewerewolf’, It’s Frank Iero And The Future Violence

From Frank Iero And The Future Violence aka The Future Violents is new single Sewerewolf, which is the second single to be taken from the upcoming EP titled Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place and will be descending on January 15th, courtesy of UNFD, with the golden gate of pre-orders to be opened here.

On finding a name for the EP Iero spells out, “the title of the EP actually comes from the night before we started recording Barriers at Electrical Audio in Chicago. The band went out to eat and get drinks at a local Tiki bar called, Lost Lake. On the menu that night there was a drink called Heaven is a place/This is the place.” 

Listen to Sewerewolf now:

As the prequel to Losing My Religion, which features bandmate Kayleigh Goldsworthy, who shares her vocals on the classic R.E.M. cover, Sewerewolf is quite the contrast, with its punchy, 90s grunge sound, fusing notes of Swervedriver with Around The Fur era Deftones.

Listen to the cover Of Losing My Religion:

Iero continues: “I love when the universe gives you gifts like that. You just have to be in tune to your surroundings. The name struck me as clever and I started to think about how changing one word in that title meant something way more profound to me. Heaven is a place, if you believe in that sort of thing…It is the reward at the end of a long hard journey of fighting the good fight and living your life to whatever standards you hold dear. But it’s just a place. And so is this…This is a place, the earthly realm, miraculous on so many levels but also just a place. The difference is you and your perception.”

Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place – Tracklisting:

  1. Violence
  2. Sewerwolf
  3. Losing My Religion
  4. Record Ender

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