BLACK VEIL BRIDES: 'Unbroken' Lyric Video Released

BLACK VEIL BRIDES: 'Unbroken' Lyric Video Released

The official lyric video for the song "Unbroken" from Los Angeles theatrical rockers BLACK VEIL BRIDES, can be seen below.

Says the band: "October is Anti-Bullying Awareness Month, and to show our support to the ones negatively affected by bullying, we created the 'Unbroken' shirt. We compiled the photos we had [fans] send in of [them] wearing the shirts and turned it into the 'Unbroken' lyric video.

"Thank you for helping us raise awareness and to fight to stop bullying!"

Back in January, BLACK VEIL BRIDES vocalist Andy Biersack taped a two-minute public service announcement (PSA) for the Musicians Opposed To Bullying (M.O.B.) web site. The clip, in which the singer talks about self-injury or self harming — when a person deliberately hurts themselves physically to deal with the emotional pain they are suffering — can be seen below.

Released on June 11 via Lava/Republic Records, BLACK VEIL BRIDES' "Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones (Ultimate Edition)" features three previously unreleased tracks as well as a DVD of the band's "Legion Of The Black" movie that was screeneed prior to last year's release. There is also an Ultimate Black Box Edition that features all of the contents of the Ultimate Edition including the CD with alternate artwork plus three new songs, "Legion Of The Black" DVD, an expanded booklet and a solid black BVB rosary.

"Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones" sold 42,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 7 on The Billboard 200 chart. Released on January 8 via Lava/Universal Republic, the CD was produced by by John Feldmann (PAPA ROACH, THE USED, ATREYU) and is a full-fledged concept effort. The cover artwork for the album was created by the band's longtime friend, artist Richard Villa.

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