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Committed to uncompromising expression, with a foundation in hard rock tradition and rule-breaking iconoclasm, Black Veil
Brides is a transcendent celebration of life-affirming power and anthemic catharsis. A gothic vision first summoned in a small
town by an isolated kid fascinated with death, rock, theatricality, and monsters (both real and imagined), Black Veil Brides
is now a postmodern heavy metal institution with a legion of like-minded fans and supporters worldwide.
A new chapter in the band’s ever-evolving story arrives with The Phantom Tomorrow, an ambitious sixth album pushing the music
of Black Veil Brides forward without sacrificing their beloved signature sound. Built around a thematically rich story, written
by singer Andy Biersack, The Phantom Tomorrow combines imaginative worldbuilding with unrelentingly catchy and melodic bombast.
The twin-guitar attack of Jake Pitts and Jinxx cut through with sharp precision, overtop the steady pulse of powerhouse drummer
Christian Coma and the fluid, rhythmic dynamics of Lonny Eagleton. Biersack’s rich baritone croon and soaring passion are
anchored in the biggest hooks of the band’s career. Recorded in Los Angeles, with producer Erik Ron (Godsmack, Bush, Dance
Gavin Dance), The Phantom Tomorrow excels as a series of standalone songs and a cohesive conceptual album.
The band’s strident opposition to conformity and obstacles (from both within and without) strikes a chord with every outcast
who felt drawn to the allure of the dark. It’s evident in the 160 million-plus views of “Knives and Pens,” an early demo committed
to video before singer Andy had found his band of brothers. The RIAA-certified gold single “In the End,” which itself boasts
over 150 million views, is proof that the group whose merchandise dominated Hot Topic stores before they’d even dropped their
debut album was no mere passing fad or ill-fated “scene.” This was built to last.