Frank was out with Death Spells and filling in for bass with the Architects when I sat down with him in Boston, but he gave us a few minutes on camera to talk about Equalize and what it was like growing up. I hadn’t planned to run in to him, but it was a pleasure to actually sit and talk between sets. Its no secret that Frank takes the time to talk to people who reach out to him at every chance he has, and his reputation of being welcoming has resonated with fans that have followed him through numerous projects. I can’t say how grateful I am for his time that night, and just how excited I was to sit down with him. Check out the video for our street side chat and his advice on what to say if one of your close friends keeps throwing out slurs.
On December 10th, Frank released a solo EP of two songs called For Jamia that you can pick up via links on his website. Death Spells have been doing shows through out 2013 where you could get limited physical copies of their music, and Leathermouth played Skate and Surf. And though My Chemical Romance have come to an end, there will be a final greatest hits released on March 25th. Pre-orders for the album will be on their website on January 21st. I look forward to every project that Frank comes up with, and if you’d like to keep track of them you can follow the links below.
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