drummer tucker rule – thursday / frank iero and the future violents – #290
scotch and "GOOD" conversation
topics, questions & nonsense: what life-changing item can be purchased for less than $100? what would 12 year old you never believe about adult you? when was your “i’m not cool anymore” realization? if an alien offered you a one week trip across the galaxy & back with your safety 100% guaranteed but with the […]
Frank Iero On 'Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place' EP
Rock Sound Podcast
Frank Iero chatted to us via Zoom back in December as he prepared to release his new EP with The Future Violents, 'Heaven Is A Place, This Is A Place'. We chat through the making of that EP, including the cover of R.E.M's classic 'Losing My Religion', and what is next for the band. Plus, what was it like joining Thursday for those livestream shows over the last year?
Festival Shmestival Episode 18: Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance)
Two Minutes to Late Night
We talked to guitar boy Frankie about his dream music festival. This is the first half of the podcast but if you want to hear the whole thing you gotta become a Patreon Patron at www.twominutestolatenight.com
Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance, Frank Iero and The Future Violents)
Humans of Music
Frank Iero was born into a family of drummers. When it came time to launch his own career, though, he chose guitar over drums, and hardcore and punk rock over the blues and jazz favoured by his father and grandfather. He found fame as a member of My Chemical Romance, releasing a handful of albums that would catapult the New Jersey band from half empty punk rock clubs to the world’s biggest stages, before they split in 2012. MCR reunited in 2019, and while Frank remains a member of that band he is also focused on the career he launched during their hiatus, with acts such as frnkiero and the cellabration, Frank Iero and The Patience, and his latest project, Frank Iero and The Future Violents. In this interview we talk about everything from his upbringing to the rise of My Chemical Romance, his solo work, and much more.
The Fate of the Scene (Reviews- You Me At Six, Frank Iero)
The State of the Scene (SOTS Podcast)
Sam and Marcos return from hiatus ready to be emo again! They review new albums from You Me At Six and Frank Iero (and the Future Violents)! Plus talk news from Of Mice & Men, Chevelle, Citizen, Erra, Escape the Fate, Holding Absence, AFI, Hail the Sun, Secrets, Guccihighwaters and lots more! Follow us @SOTSPodcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook! Subscribe to the Patreon at Patreon.com/sotspodcast. Thanks to Paul Hannum for our theme song (and Zakk Merrell for the revision).
Tucker Rule (Thursday, Frank Iero and the Future Violents)
Tucker Rule has been in the game for a minute. A hardcore kid from New Jersey who discovered underground music via skateboarding, he formed the band Thursday with his friends in order to open shows in a basement (it should be noted that these shows were headlined by bands like Saves The Day, At The Drive-In and Hot Water Music). DIY touring led to a surprise hit on MTV and the band blew up, only to get lost in the kind of major label shuffle familiar to anyone who’s followed punk rock since the 90s. Thursday went on indefinite hiatus in 2011; he toured with UK boy band The Wanted and filled in with acts like My Chemical Romance and Yellowcard. Thursday’s been back at it recently. He’s also a new dad. Tune in to hear all about it. More info at learndrums.ca