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Black Veil Brides

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Black Veil Brides is a glam-rock and heavy metal band formed by singer Andy Biersack in 2006. The original line-up changed after Biersack moved to Los Angeles, piecing together a roster that now includes bass player Lonny Eagleton, guitarists Jinxx and Jake Pitts, and drummer Christian 'CC' Coma. With colourful outfits and make-up inspired by bands such as Kiss and Motley Crüe, Black Veil Brides debuted in 2010 with We Stitch These Wounds, which went to number three on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums Chart, number ten on the Top Rock chart, and number 36 on the Billboard 200. Set the World On Fire (2011) went to number two, number three, and number 17 on those same charts, respectively. The band's third release, Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones (2013), reached number two on the Hard Rock and Top Rock Charts, and number seven on the 200. Their self-titled 2014 release also reached number two on the Hard Rock and Top Rock Charts, as well as number ten on the Billboard 200. Vale came out in January 2018 and charted at number 14 on the Billboard 200, although its follow-up, 2021's The Phantom Tomorrow, stalled at number 176. The band continued earning hit singles on the Mainstream Rock chart, though, reaching number 19 with 2022's "Saviour II" and number 30 with 2024's "Bleeders."