Posts Tagged ‘Black Veil Brides’

ALBUM: Black Veil Brides – Set The World On Fire

Release Date: June 13th, 2011
Label: Lava Records
Website: www.bvbarmy.com
MySpace: www.myspace.com/blackveilbrides

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Black Veil Brides have returned and blasted themselves into the charts with their latest record, ‘Set The World On Fire’, an album that vocalist Andy Biersack proclaims is “the best album anybody’s ever made”. The band has come back reinforcing their message of embracing who you are, and how outcasts should not be brought down by others. However, this time they’ve reinforced it with farfetched concepts of the outcasts ruling the world.

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NEWS: Download Festival 2011 stage times announced!

With the festival only a few mere days away, Download have revealed the official stage times for this year’s event. Check them out below and see if you’ve got any major clashes to deal with:

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VIDEO: Black Veil Brides – The Legacy

Set to become the next big thing in mainstream rock, Black Veil Brides have recently unleased their new music video for ‘The Legacy’. The boys play in an abandoned scrap yard through sun and rain. What a treat:

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VIDEO: Black Veil Brides – Fallen Angels

Black Veil Brides have gone all apocalyptic in their new music video for ‘Fallen Angels’, taken from their upcoming sophomore record, ‘Set The World On Fire’. Who would have guessed that they’d literally have angels falling in this one?:

‘Set The World On Fire’ is released on June 14th 2011 through Lava Records.

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NEWS: Paramore, My Chemical Romance and more to feature on Transformers 3 soundtrack!

The tracklisting for the official soundtrack for the upcoming third installment of the Transformers motion pictures, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, has been revealed, and features tracks from the likes of Paramore, My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park, Black Veil Brides and others. You can see the full tracklist and artwork below:

01.) Linkin Park – ‘Iridescent’
02.) Paramore – ‘Monster’
03.) My Chemical Romance – ‘The Only Hope For Me Is You’
04.) Taking Back Sunday – ‘Faith’
05.) Staind – ‘The Bottom’
06.) Art Of Dying – ‘Get Thru This’
07.) Goo Goo Dolls – ‘All That You Are’
08.) Theory Of A Deadman – ‘Head Above Water’
09.) Black Veil Brides – ‘Set The World On Fire’
10.) Skillet – ‘Alive & Awake (Remix)’
11.) Mastodon – ‘Just Got Paid’ (ZZ Top cover)

The film Transformers: Dark Side Of The Moon is set for release on June 29th 2011 is cinemas nationwide, with its official soundtrack released beforehand on June 14th 2011.

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NEWS: Murderdolls announce February 2011 UK tour!

Following their appearance at the UK Ozzfest show at the London O2 Arena recently, goth punk act Murderdolls are returning to British shores once more in February for their ‘God Save The Scream’ tour, with support from Black Veil Brides. As their first full UK tour in over six years, these shows are almost certainly going to be blinding:

FEBRUARY 02 – PORTSMOUTH, Pyramids
FEBRUARY 03 – NORWICH, Waterfront
FEBRUARY 04 – BRISTOL, O2 Academy
FEBRUARY 05 – SHEFFIELD, Corporation
FEBRUARY 07 – WOLVERHAMPTON, Wulfrun Hall
FEBRUARY 08 – MIDDLESBROUGH, Empire
FEBRUARY 10 – GLASGOW, O2 ABC
FEBRUARY 11 – MANCHESTER, Academy 2
FEBRUARY 12 – LONDON, HMV Forum
FEBRUARY 13 – NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
FEBRUARY 14 – EXETER, Lemon Grove

Tickets are priced £15 regionally and £17.50 in London. They go on pre-sale from October 27th and on general sale from 9:00AM October 29th from box offices and all usual outlets. Alternatively you may purchase via credit card hotline (0844 871 8803) or online at www.kililive.com.

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ALBUM: Black Veil Brides – We Stitch These Wounds

Release Date: July 20th, 2010
Label: Standby Records
Website: None available
MySpace: www.myspace.com/blackveilbrides

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Garnering much Internet fame via YouTube and their first professionally shot and edited music video, Hollywood’s Black Veil Brides have garnered much hype in the lead up to their debut ‘We Stitch These Wounds’. From being hardly known to every emo teens favourite underground (less so now) band in less than a year, a lot is expected from BVB. High expectations hasn’t been the only thing slowing the newly famed 5-piece, but constant alterations in their line-up hasn’t been easy on them, leaving frontman Andy Six as the only remaining original member.

‘We Stitch These Wounds’ is one of the most prominent pieces of evidence that Internet hype doesn’t qualify as a reference that a band will be good or not. Black Veil Brides have certified themselves as one of the most cliche and predictable bands with the most cliche and predictable release of 2010 so far.

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