The Used will be issuing 'Vulnerable,' their highly anticipated fifth studio album, on March 26. For the new release, the Utah natives took control of their fate. After years of being signed to Warner Bros. Records, The Used have wiped the slate clean, forming Anger Music Group, a new label that will be distributed through Hopeless Records.

For the 'Vulnerable' sessions, The Used reunited with John Feldmann (Escape the Fate, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus), the producer who oversaw the group's first three albums. "We went in with Feldmann and wrote 11 songs and recorded them in 11 days. It was pretty magical," says vocalist Bert McCracken. "It was the most amazing time; the most fun I've had making a record."

Noisecreep shares McCracken's excitement for the new album, so that's why we're honored to bring you the exclusive premiere of 'Hurt No One,' a track off of 'Vulnerable.'

Listen to 'Hurt No One' From The Used


"This record is for all those people who weren't the coolest people around. We never were. This record's for kids like us, who just love music, because it saves their lives every day," McCracken says. "At the end of the day, I'm the only one who has to live and die with myself. I want to make it a good one for me. I only have one life to live."

Hopeless Records

The Used's 'Vulnerable' will hit the street on March 26 via Anger Music Group/Hopeless Records. Pick up the album at this link.