Frank Lero is an American musician who is a member of the rock band My Chemical Romance and the post-hardcore band Leathermouth as a rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist. Read on to discover more about Miles Lero, Frank Lero’s son.
Frank began playing in small punk bands in New Jersey when he was 11 years old. He was the frontman for the punk band Pencey Prep before joining My Chemical Romance.
“Frank Iero and the Future Violents” is his solo project (formerly “frnkiero and the celebration” and “Frank Iero and the Patience”).
Before disbanding, the band released an album called Heartbreak in Stereo on the indie label Eyeball Records.
Miles Lero Age: How Old Is Frank Lero Son?
Miles Lero was born on April 6, 2012. He is now nine years old.
Frank and James Dewees revealed in early 2013 that they were working on a new project, Death Spells, a digital hardcore band.
They also announced a tour in support of Mindless Self Indulgence and a performance at the New Jersey Skate and Surf Festival.
When Does Miles Lero Celebrate His Birthday?
April 6 is Miles Lero’s birthday.
Frank performed new solo songs live and shared others to his Soundcloud during Death Spells’ initial hiatus in 2013. He then hinted he had a full album worth of songs written with more content being developed regularly.
Miles Lero Siblings: Who Are They?
Miles has two twin sisters, Cherry and Lily, who were born on September 7, 2010.
Frank has frequently tweeted about Miles and his siblings on his hugely successful Twitter account. He refers to Miles as the cutest little monkey and declares that being a father is the best profession in the world for his admirer.
Frank Iero’s children appear to like their father’s concerts, and in 2015, they joined him on stage in Sayreville, NJ’s Starland Ballroom.
Which School Does Miles Lero Go To?
Miles’ educational background is unknown.
On the other hand, Frank Lero went to Queen of Peace High School. He received a scholarship to Rutgers University but dropped out to join My Chemical Romance on tour.
Iero’s new solo project revealed Frank Iero and the Future Violents, which was revealed on December 31, 2018.
Barriers, his third solo studio album under the new alias, was released on May 31, 2019. It was selected as one of the top 50 rock albums of 2019 by Loudwire.