The Devil Wears Prada vocalist Mike Hranica has released Home for Grave, a fictional book that is a metaphor for the perils of living everyday life as just another day. The book’s name comes from the song of the same name, recently released on their 8:18 album, which you can listen to below.

Hranica has only allotted a limited number for online ordering (1,818 to be exact), and they can be order through his website. However, the band will have a number of copies available for purchase on their upcoming tour which kicks off tomorrow.

Hranica also released a YouTube short, helping to explain the book.

Through the stages of youth, love, and death, Mike Hranica lends poetic description to the tragedy of routine within the empty existence of the normal man.



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