You know, a lot of the guys who write for this site have books in them. Whether they know it or not, they do. And the fact that they’re established musicians means getting a deal would be no big thang.
If Mike Hranica, frontman of The Devil Wears Prada, can get a book deal, why can’t Jesse Leach, for instance? Or Jesse James Madre?
Hranica will release his brand new book, “Home For Grave,” a fictional story inspired by the song of the same name from the band’s latest record 8:18.
Hranica revealed the news earlier today in an exclusive question-and-answer session with Billboard, discussing the tragedy of routine in everyday life and the inspiration behind his new literary work.
“Home For Grave” tells the tale of Ian Mitchells and his journey from birth to death, exploring the empty existence of the normal man. A limited 1,818 copies of “Home For Grave” are available now here.
Copies will also be available for purchase on TDWP’s upcoming headline tour which kicks off on October 31 in front of a sold-out crowd at Millvale, Pennsylvania’s Mr. Smalls Theatre.
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