Los Angeles based rockers Black Veil Brides are back with their fourth studio album. The self-titled release, Black Veil Brides, will be released October
28th via Lava Records / Republic Records.
The new album was produced by studio legend Bob Rock, known for producing some of rock's most successful albums including Metallica's Black Album
and Motley Crue's Dr. Feelgood. The 11 track album features some of the band's most aggressive and diverse songs to date. The album opener and
debut single "Heart Of Fire" is an upbeat rocker that showcases the band's signature dual-guitar attack and driving rhythm section all behind a positive
lyrical message the band has become known for. The single will be launching at radio on September 10th.
The album cover was designed by longtime friend and previous album cover illustrator, Richard Villa.
Black Veil Brides will be hitting this road this October in support of their new album. The Black Mass 2014 headline tour kicks off on October 21st in
Niagara Falls, NY and runs through mid-December. The 37 date trek will be making stops in Los Angeles, Kansas City, New York and Orlando to name a
few before it wraps up on December 15th in Albuquerque, NM. Black Veil Brides will be playing a special Halloween show in Tempe, AZ. Falling In
Reverse, Set It Off and Drama Club have been tapped as the support bands for The Black Mass 2014.
Black Veil Brides have been continually building momentum and expanding their ever-growing “BVB Army” since the release of their first album We Stitch
These Wounds. Their debut song “Knives And Pens” has been viewed over 100 million times on YouTube. The band have also released criticallyacclaimed
albums: Set The World On Fire and Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones respectively. Their last release landed at #7 on the
Billboard 200 selling over 42,000 copies its first week. Black Veil Brides recently won an award at the inaugural Alternative Press Music Award in
Cleveland for Most Dedicated Fans. This award goes alongside their numerous Kerrang awards and three Revolver Golden God Awards.