NEWS: Black Veil Brides delay sixth album, ‘The Phantom Tomorrow’!

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Black Veil Brides have regrettably announced that they have been forced to the delay the release of their forthcoming sixth album, ‘The Phantom Tomorrow’.

Originally set for a June 4th 2021 release via Sumerian Records, the band have now confirmed that the album will drop on October 29th 2021 instead.

Vocalist Andy Biersack shared the news in an announcement posted on their social media channels, which you can check out below.

“Hey there. Andy from Black Veil Brides here. I want to talk to you about our record, ‘The Phantom Tomorrow’. As you guys know, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the production industry on every level. The music industry has been hit hard in the sense that there is a huge delay in manufacturing of things like vinyl records and physical product and other integral pieces to releasing an album.

When we finished recording ‘The Phantom Tomorrow’, we were so excited about the album that we wanted to get it out as soon as possible, and so we set a June 4th release date. We realized pretty quickly that by having that June 4th release date, we would not be able to have vinyl records, other physical media, comic book series – all the things that we had planned for the release.

So we are going to delay the release of the record to October 29th 2021 at which point we will be able to have multiple vinyl variations, comic book series, different multimedia, and things that can properly lay out this whole release.

We know that it’s going to be disappointing for you guys who were looking forward to hearing the full album on June 4th, but I promise you that you will hear music around that date and much more coming in the future.

We have more music videos, more singles, as I said a comic book series and I can’t go into detail about it, but the return of Black Veil Brides live music is happening sooner than you think so there will be lots of announcements coming.

So again, October 29th 2021 – ‘The Phantom Tomorrow’. We can’t wait for you guys to hear the record and join us in this world that we have put together and hopefully, you enjoy it and it is worth the wait.”

You can pre-order the album online from the band’s webstore (here), label’s webstore (here), iTunes (here), and Amazon (here).