Black Veil Brides
Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack has spoken up about the onstage accident that took place Wednesday night (Oct. 26) in Luxembourg, which resulted in a broken nose and several postponed dates on the band's current European tour. The singer says he suffered the injury as a result of his "typical routine to entertain the crowd .... rolling around and being crazy."
In a recent video message to his fans, Asking Alexandria’s resident rebel Danny Worsnop looked like a dapper choir boy. The singer recorded a personal message to his fans thanking them for their support, “I want to thank all of you for sticking with me during my not so professional demise. I’m back, I’m strong and I’m sure as hell going to give you one hell of a roller coaster ride.”
All you need to do is take one look at Black Veil Brides to recognize that the band is not trying to blend in. Cloaked head-to-toe in studded black leather, slathered with sooty eyeliner and unapologetically flat ironing their inky black coifs, the Brides' efforts at being cocksure are evident and the point is taken. Young Hollywood chatted with vocalist Andy Biersack on the band's tour bus and he made a sweeping, grandiose statement, saying that the band's latest, 'Set the World on Fire,' is "the best rock 'n' roll record that's ever been made."
Black Veil Brides Aim to 'Set the World on Fire'