The First Time BLACK VEIL BRIDES Vomited In Public
Hit The Floor magazine sat down with Jake Pitts and Jinxx Ferguson of Los Angeles theatrical rockers BLACK VEIL BRIDES to give them the "HTF Firsts" treatment. They talked about times they have vomited in public, the dangers of swimming as a three-year-old child and revealed the first songs they ever wrote. Check out the clip below.
BLACK VEIL BRIDES' self-titled fourth studio effort (also known as "IV"), arrives on October 28. The follow-up to last year's "Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones" was helmed by producer Bob Rock, whose resume includes albums by METALLICA, MÖTLEY CRÜE, THE CULT and many others. The 11-track album features some of BLACK VEIL BRIDES' most aggressive and diverse songs to date.
BLACK VEIL BRIDES launched a massive U.S. headlining tour on October 21 in Niagara Falls, New York, with dates booked all the way through December 16 in Tucson, Arizona.
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