The Used Announce New Album Heartwork + Unveil A Bangin’ New Song

The Used dropped their first taste of new music in the form of ‘Blow Melast year which featured Fever 333‘s Jason Aalon Butler and then, nothing, silence, zip, nada… until now! The lads have revealed their forthcoming album will be called Heartwork and it’s set for release on April 24th! But, that’s not the best part, there’s a WHOLE STACK of features and collaborations on the release that’s going to amp fans up tenfold!

Not only does Jason Butler feature on the album, but so does blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker as well as Caleb Shomo of Beartooth and goddamn that’s got me all kinds of giddy to hear what they’ve been working on.

On the new song, frontman Bert McCracken says:

I really dug deep into the poem and its author, John Milton. As I was reading a lot of his political essays I realized that a lot of what ’Satan’ says in Paradise Lost are quotes directly from John Milton’s own mouth. A lot of people thought he was the devil back then. He had a huge problem with the show of opulence from the Church. He thought it was disgusting. His poem is about the failed revolution against the Church of England, which is Satan’s failed revolution on earth. And what’s more incredible or exciting than a failed revolution?” 

Pre-Order the new album here

the used - heartwork album

The Used – Heartwork tracklisting

1. Paradise Lost, a poem by John Milton
2. Blow Me (feat. Jason Aalon Butler)
3. Big, Wanna Be
4. Bloody Nose
5. Wow, I Hate This Song
6. My Cocoon
7. Cathedral Bell
8. 1984 (Infinite Jest)
9. Gravity’s Rainbow
10. Clean Cut Heels
11. Heartwork
12. The Lighthouse (feat. Mark Hoppus)
13. Obvious Blase (feat. Travis Barker)
14. The Lottery (feat. Caleb Shomo)
15. Darkness Bleeds, FOTF
16. To Feel Something


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