PIERCE THE VEIL Celebrates Cinco De Mayo With New Hot Sauce

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo! California-based red-hot rockers PIERCE THE VEIL are cranking up the heat with a new, eye-watering sauce called Ragin' Cajun. The new hot sauce, which is available now at this location, combines a scorching mixture of habanero and cayenne chilies, garlic, onion, vinegar, black pepper and salt and is available in 5 oz. bottles; a must-have for any rock fan's upcoming fiestas.

Ragin' Cajun is PIERCE THE VEIL's third hot sauce to date, following the massively popular En Fuego and Diablo Verde

PIERCE THE VEIL is currently co-headlining the "Spring Fever Tour" with ALL TIME LOW in support of the hugely successful album, "Collide With The Sky", which has sold over 100,000 copies and spawned multiple hit videos, including "King for a Day" (11.3 million views), "Hell Above" (1.3 million views) and a soon-to-be-released stunner for fan-favorite track "Bulls in the Bronx".

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