FRNKIERO ANDTHE CELLABRATION, the new project from Frank Iero, will be supporting Taking Back Sunday and The Used on their upcoming North
American co-headline tour set for September and October. frnkiero andthe cellabration will be touring in support of their debut album, STOMACHACHES,
that will be released by Staple Records in 2014.
"I'm really looking forward to getting on the road and finally playing these songs live," said Iero. "It's strange, while making Stomachaches I never got to
really play the songs before recording them, because for the most part, it was just me, making them all by myself late at night in my basement. So it's kind
of a scary and exciting experience for me right now to finally hear these songs come to life in a live setting. And I'm glad to be able to be doing it with old
friends like Taking Back Sunday and The Used."
Iero, former guitarist for My Chemical Romance, will be joined on the road by Evan Nestor on guitar, Rob Hughes on bass and drummer Matt Olsson.
Stomachaches was selected by Alternative Press magazine as one of their "Most Anticipated of 2014" and fans first heard solo material from Iero when
he contributed a bonus track - "This Song Is A Curse" - to the Frankenweenie Unleashed soundtrack. Most recently Iero can be heard covering
"Extraordinary Girl" for Kerrang's tribute to Green Day, American Idiot.
1. all i want is nothing.
3. blood infections.
4. she's the prettiest girl at the party and she can prove it with a solid right hook.
7. stage 4 fear of trying.
10. smoke rings.
12. where do we belong? anywhere but here.