Friday, May 27, 2022

Killer New Track “Sewerwolf” by Frank Iero and The Future Violence Now Streaming!

They’re barking like dogs while we’re howling like wolves …

Back in November, Frank Iero announced that he and The Future Violents (aka The Future Violence) were back at it again with a new EP — Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place.

The four-track EP, which is set to release in January, was recorded at the same time as the band’s 2019 full-length record Barriers. One track from the EP, a cover of R.E.M.’s “Losing My Religion,” became available for streaming on the same day as the announcement. Now, with just over a month to go until the official release date, Frank Iero and The Future Violence have released another song from Heaven Is A Place: “Sewerwolf.

“Sewerwolf” is undoubtedly one of the best songs to come out of Iero’s solo music career, period. There’s a raw, palpable energy in the push and pull of the tempo as Iero’s vocals build up to a crescendo of intensity before settling back down like a yawning ocean tide. This is the kind of track that you put on repeat.

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In an interview with Consequence of Sound, Iero credits his son Miles for the title, and cites Glenn Danzig, Phil Anselmo, and Shudder to Think as inspirations for the track.

Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place is being released by UNFD, and pre-orders for the 10″ vinyl record are now sold out. The latest Violence merchandise additions to the UNFD webstore are still available.

Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place will be available on January 15, 2021. Pre-save the album on Spotify or Apple Music, and add “Sewerwolf” to your daily playlist now!

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