Hear Frank Iero Get Noisy With New Future Violents Track “Sewerwolf”

Fresh off releasing their riveting REM cover of “Losing My Religion” from the upcoming EP Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place, Frank Iero And The Future Violence have just debuted their second new single. 

Titled “Sewerwolf,” Iero’s new track is a noisy, sonic disturbance (in a good way) with faint similarities to his chaotic Leathermouth days.

Commenting on the inspiration behind the song name, Iero gives all credit to his son Miles.

“Originally the song was untitled, it was fun to play and I liked it but I couldn’t find a good name for it,” says the My Chemical Romance guitarist. “So I asked Miles what he would name it. At that time he had come up with a superhero character he named ‘Super Wolf’ so he said you should name it that. A few days later he came into my basement studio and I had songs scribbled out all over this giant whiteboard and he asked, ‘Hey dad, what’s a Sewerwolf?’ The name was so filthy and enigmatic that I knew it was fate naming the song.”

To check out the aggressive new tune, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place before it hits stores January 15th via UNFD. 

via Consequence