Hear Greg Puciato's Grungy New Song "No More Lives to Go" | Revolver

Hear Greg Puciato's Grungy New Song "No More Lives to Go"

Latest single off former Dillinger Escape Plan singer's second solo LP 'Mirrorcell'

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Former Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato is currently touring European as a member of Jerry Cantrell's solo band, but he's also got his own solo career top of mind, specifically, his sophomore album under his own name, Mirrorcell. The LP is due out July 1st via Federal Prisoner, the label Puciato runs with visual artist Jesse Draxler, and today (June 24th), the prolific musician offered up its latest single, "No More Lives to Go."

Like its predecessors, "Lowered" (featuring Code Orange's Reba Meyers) and "Never Wanted That," "No More Lives to Go" leans into the moody vibes of the Nineties alt-rock and shoegaze that's so deeply entwined into Puciato's musical DNA. This one leans on the heavier side, though, with a big hook and gauzy riffery that one could imagine coming out of grunge-era Seattle. Stream it above via YouTube.