Black Veil Brides Begin Pre-Production For New Album
What's that sound? That's the deafening roar of the Black Veil Brides Army screaming with glee at the news of an upcoming album from the modern glam sensations. The band has entered the studio to begin pre-production on the successor to their self-titled 2014 record.
Once again recording with producer John Feldmann, — who worked with the band on 2013's Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones — Black Veil Brides are readying their fifth studio album since leaving their mark with their 2010 debut We Stitch These Wounds. The group's last two album both debuted at No. 10 or better on the Billboard 200 chart and with their popularity only increasing, they will be targeting another Top 10 placement.
Feldmann has produced albums with other big name acts like All Time Low, the Used and Papa Roach and posted a photo of Black Veil Brides in the studio on his Instagram page. Guitarists Jake Pitts and Jinxx also posted pictures of the group at work, all of which can be seen below.
Speaking with Alternative Press in November, singer Andy Biersack talked about the upcoming Black Veil Brides album along with his sophomore solo album under the moniker Andy Black. He stated, "With the Black Veil record, we really want to take time with it. We’re still in the early stages of writing and we didn’t really want to get in the studio before it was ready."
Discussing having both bands in motion, he continued, "I’ve been working on the Andy Black record and Jinx has been writing riffs and coming up with stuff [for Black Veil Brides]. Things are moving concurrently, but as far as recording at the same time, what is probably more realistic and what I should have said is that once we wrap recording on the Andy Black record, then we start to shift focus to [Black Veil Brides]."
The Andy Black record is expected to be released in early 2016, which will undoubtedly be a big year for the soon to be 25-year-old frontman and the rabid fanbase.
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