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Title:
Black Veil Brides
Author:
Black Veil Brides (Musical group), performer.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Republic Records, [2014]

â„—2014
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital, CD audio : 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Title from container.

All songs written by Andy Biersack Abiersack.

Lyrics and full credits on container insert.
Language:
English
Contents:
Heart of fire Faithless Devil in the mirror Goodbye agony World of sacrifice Last rites Stolen omen Walk away Drag me to the grave Shattered God Crown of thorns
Added Author:
UPC:
602537916696
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

Arriving just one year after the band's ambitious 2013 concept album Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones, Black Veil Brides' eponymous fourth long-player continues the Tinseltown rockers' evolution from faceless metalcore noisemakers to Sunset Strip-burning glam metal revivalists with a fetish for grandiose, turn of the century emo. Kicking off with the one-two-punch of "Heart of Fire" and "Faithless," both of which make a solid bid for modern rock radio/WWE montage domination, the 11-track set follows no story line, opting instead for coverage of traditional hard rock tropes like unspecified suffering and fighting the man, peppered with numerous references to fire, blood, death, and the breaking of chains. Musically, BVB offers up a torrent of furious riffing, monster pick-slides, and meaty percussion that falls somewhere in between "Kickstart My Heart," Godsmack, and Ride the Lightning-era Metallica, with highlights arriving via the jaunty (rhythmically) death vocal-led "Stolen Omen," the anthemic, Iron Maiden-twin, lead-driven closer "Crown of Thorns," the propulsive, pseudo-industrial highway jam "Devil in the Mirror," and the aforementioned first single "Faithless." ~ James Christopher Monger


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