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Leathermouth
Leathermouth
(often typeset as LeATHERMØUTH[3]) was an American hardcore punk band led by Frank Iero. The band formed in 2007, and in January 2009 released their first album XO.[4]

Contents

1 History 2 Band members

2.1 Timeline

3 Discography 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Leathermouth
Leathermouth
was formed in 2007 by some friends of My Chemical Romance's rhythm guitarist Frank Iero.[3] Iero had heard a few demo tracks from the band, and wanted to sign the band to his own independent label, Skeleton Crew. It was not until the previous lead singer had failed to write any lyrics that Iero became a member.[5] He uses the band as a way to vent the frustrations he has with the current political and social climate; he has additionally stated that writing the lyrics was a way for him to cope with anxiety and depression he had felt during his life, with some of the songs written before the band had even formed. [5] As a member of Leathermouth, this is the first project where he contributes lyrics and lead vocals since Pencey Prep
Pencey Prep
(who broke up shortly after My Chemical Romance
My Chemical Romance
was formed).[5][6] Leathermouth
Leathermouth
played their first shows in the summer of 2008 alongside Warship for the Fall 2008 Reggie and the Full Effect "Farewell Tour".[7] Iero hoped to tour with Leathermouth
Leathermouth
when he was not working with My Chemical Romance.[8] In October 2008, Leathermouth
Leathermouth
signed to Epitaph Records.[9] Retrieved on January 20, 2009. as opposed to Frank Iero's label as originally planned. Iero thought that it would be difficult to promote the album himself, if released through his own label, with his current obligations to My Chemical Romance
My Chemical Romance
and the other bands signed to his label. Epitaph Records
Epitaph Records
president, Brett Gurewitz, was impressed with the band's "intensity and songwriting of the music."[10] Leathermouth released their first studio album on January 27, 2009 through Epitaph entitled XO.[4] Although the album did not chart on the Billboard 200, it did reach #21 on the Top Heatseekers chart.[11] In a 2012 interview with Iero, he revealed that many of the other band members turned to religion and decided not to be a part of Leathermouth
Leathermouth
anymore. Iero also stated he would like to continue Leathermouth, but is unsure if it will actually happen. He said, "There's still part of me that would hate not doing that band again. There's something brewing, but I don't know what it is. I really wanted that band to go on longer, but Jesus had other plans."[12] On May 19, 2013 Leathermouth
Leathermouth
performed at New Jersey's Skate and Surf Festival along with Glassjaw, Rx Bandits, A Day to Remember
A Day to Remember
and others.[13] Band members[edit] Final Line-Up

Frank Iero
Frank Iero
– lead vocals (2007-2010, 2013) Rob Hughes – lead guitar, backing vocals (2007-2010, 2013) Ed Auletta – rhythm guitar (2008-2010, 2013) John McGuire – bass, backing vocals (2008-2010, 2013) James Dewees
James Dewees
– drums, percussion (2008-2010, 2013)

Former members

Andrew Escobar - bass, backing vocals (2007) Vincent Averelli - rhythm guitar (2007) Steve Oyola - drums, percussion (2007)

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums

XØ (2009)

Videography

"Bodysnatchers 4 Ever" (2008)

References[edit]

^ WOW - Tu Portal
Portal
de Música - La otra banda de Frank Iero: Archived 2009-02-13 at the Wayback Machine. Leathermouth, una banda post-hardcore (a post-hardcore band) ^ Kill Your Stereo - Reviews: LeATHERMOUTH - XO: Archived 2012-03-18 at the Wayback Machine. ^ a b Artist Info - LeATHERMOUTH Epitaph.com. Retrieved on January 20, 2009. ^ a b Shultz, Brian. "Epitaph Details Leathermouth
Leathermouth
(My Chemical Romance) Debut" Alternative Press. Retrieved on January 20, 2009. ^ a b c Harris, Chris. " Frank Iero
Frank Iero
Says My Chemical Romance
My Chemical Romance
Fans Will Be Bummed Out By Leathermouth" MTV.com. Retrieved on January 20, 2009. ^ Manley, Brandan (2009). "In-Store Session with Vocalist Frank Iero". Alternative Press. 247, 104. ^ Shultz, Brian. " Reggie and the Full Effect
Reggie and the Full Effect
Announce Final Tour; Leathermouth
Leathermouth
(My Chemical Romance) and Warship (ex-From Autumn to Ashes) Supporting" Alternative Press. Retrieved on January 20, 2009. ^ " Leathermouth
Leathermouth
Debut XO in January" Epitaph.com. Retrieved on January 20, 2009. ^ Karan, Tim. " Leathermouth
Leathermouth
Sign to Epitaph" Alternative Press ^ "Epitaph to Release Leathermouth
Leathermouth
Debut Album 26th January 2009" Archived 2009-01-23 at the Wayback Machine. Altsounds. Retrieved on January 20, 2009. ^ "Artist Chart History - Leathermouth
Leathermouth
- Albums" Billboard.com. Retrieved on February 5, 2009. ^ Pettigrew, Jason (October 1, 2012). "Flavor Of The Bleak: A brief Q&A with My Chemical Romance's Frank Iero". Alternative Press. Retrieved October 1, 2012.  ^ Strummer, Brittany (January 21, 2013). " Glassjaw
Glassjaw
and Rx Bandits added to Skate and Surf Festival". Punknews.org. Retrieved February 18, 2013. 

External links[edit]

Leathermouth
Leathermouth
Official Website Leathermouth
Leathermouth
Official MySpace Page

v t e

Reggie and the Full Effect

James Dewees

Matt Pryor Rob Pope Ryan Pope Paul Gray Frank Iero Cory White Ray Toro Billy Johnson

Albums

Greatest Hits 1984–1987
Greatest Hits 1984–1987
(1998) Promotional Copy (2000) Under the Tray
Under the Tray
(2003) Songs Not to Get Married To
Songs Not to Get Married To
(2005) Last Stop: Crappy Town (2008) No Country For Old Musicians
No Country For Old Musicians
(2013)

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