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Hear Pierce the Veil's New Song "Emergency Contact" From First Album in 7 Years

Post-hardcore band announce long-awaited new LP 'The Jaws of Life'

Revolver have teamed with Pierce the Veil for an exclusive "metallic copper" vinyl variant of 'Jaws of Life' — limited to 500 copies. Get yours from our shop! 

Earlier this year, Pierce the Veil returned with a new song called "Pass the Nirvana" that sounded completely different than anything they'd ever released. Raw, jagged, and grungey, the track was the beginning of a new era for the post-hardcore scene titans, and now they're welcoming the next stage of their career by announcing their long-awaited new album, the Jaws of Life. 

Arriving in February 2023, the record will be Pierce the Veil's fifth album overall, their first in seven years and their first without founding drummer Mike Fuentes, who departed the band in 2017 after he was accused of sexual misconduct.

Judging by the album's second single, "Emergency Contact," out today, Pierce the Veil are plowing forward with confidence and continuing to explore a new musical direction as a three-piece. 

"I wrote this song in Seattle at Mike Herrera from MXPX's home studio," said singer-guitarist Vic Fuentes. "He let me live there for a couple of months while working on the record. I love writing in Seattle because it gives me all of the Nineties grunge-rock vibes. Plus, it rains all the time, and I love the rain."

Hear "Emergency Contact" above via YouTube while you check out its music video. 

The Jaws of Life is due out February 10th via Fearless Records and is now available for pre-order in a variety of formats. Revolver has an exclusive "metallic copper" vinyl variant that's limited to just 500 copies worldwide. Get yours from our shop before they're gone! 

The Jaws of Life tracklisting:
"Death of an Executioner"
"Pass the Nirvana"  
"Even When I'm Not With You "
"Emergency Contact"
"Flawless Execution"
"The Jaws of Life"
"Damn The Man, Save the Empire"  
"Irrational Fears" (Interlude)
"Shared Trauma"  
"So Far So Fake"