PIERCE THE VEIL's VIC FUENTES Talks To Metal-Trails.com (Audio)

PIERCE THE VEIL's VIC FUENTES Talks To Metal-Trails.com (Audio)

Metal-Trails.com conducted an interview with Vic Fuentes of the California-based progressive post-hardcore band PIERCE THE VEIL on November 10 in Wiesbaden, Germany. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

PIERCE THE VEIL's very first documentary, "This Is A Wasteland", offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the band's life on the road through interviews, previously unseen live performance footage, and more, all gathered from their extensive tour routes through South America, Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America.

"Our first world tour was absolutely the craziest experience of our lives... and we filmed EVERYTHING!," the band said in a statement. "Follow along as we visit uncharted territories in search of the best shows and thrilling experiences we could find along the way. This DVD is for the fans and the fans only. Thank you for letting us travel the world and share this adventure with you!"

"This Is a Wasteland" is 60 minutes long, and includes three bonus music videos for "King For A Day", "Bulls In The Bronx" and "Hell Above".

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"This Is A Wasteland" is available as a digital documentary on iTunes, and the physical region-free DVD comes packaged with a hard bound 28-page book and a bonus copy of "Collide With The Sky" CD.

PIERCE THE VEIL's third album, "Collide With The Sky", sold 27,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 12 on The Billboard 200 chart. Recorded with producers Dan Korneff and Kato Khandwala (MAYDAY PARADE, PARAMORE, A DAY TO REMEMBER), the CD embraces the San Diego quartet's unique blend of incendiary guitar lines and soaring melodies. The album was tipped by Alternative Press in their rundown of the "Most Anticipated Music Of 2012."


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