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Black Veil Brides - We Stitch These Wounds (2010)
Black Veil Brides - We Stitch These Wounds (2010)
Black Veil Brides - We Stitch These Wounds (CD, Album)
Black Veil Brides - We Stitch These Wounds (CD, Album)
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Black Veil Brides

We Stitch These Wounds

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2010

Label: Standby Records

Catalog Number: STB026

Average Rating: 50 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Andy Biersack (Andy Six) lead vocals, keyboards, piano
Jake Pitts lead guitar, rhythm guitar
Jinxx rhythm guitar, lead guitar, violin, vocals
Ashley Purdy bass, vocals
Sandra Alvarenga drums, percussion
1.  The Outcasts (Call to Arms)  0:30
2.  We Stitch These Wounds  3:59
3.  Beautiful Remains  4:13
4.  Children Surrender  3:11
5.  Perfect Weapon  4:07
6.  Knives and Pens  4:15
7.  The Mortician's Daughter  4:11
8.  All Your Hate  3:10
9.  Heaven's Calling  3:19
10.  Never Give In  3:09
11.  Sweet Blasphemy  3:56
12.  Carolyn  4:37
Total Running Time:  42:37

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: June 19, 2011 at 8:33
Throw in a few growls over the top of modern rock and you have melodic metal? How about HH get's a new modern metal genre? These boys(DNA test pending) should go out on a date with 'Dirty Penny' and see what develops. More kids playing dress up with(SUPRISE)a gay agenda theme for the track 'Knives & Pens' video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFDCHdKbKBY Their second release 'Set the World on Fire' is less growls, more makeup and leather to distract you that it's still modern rock draped in Punky Brewster 'Shout at the Devil' era attire. The most noticeable weakness besides the monotonous vocals is their forced, contrived usage of anti-religious imagery. The gang vocals on 'New Religion' and the rest of that album are laughable. Personally I can see how musically naive 12 year olds could be into this group but anybody who's heard the real McCoy, there's no excuse to swallow this. Hopefully these young 'Brides' will find their grooms and get back to their day job at McDonalds soon.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 3, 2012 at 20:54
First time i must say that i'm in agreement with the guy above(some of his statements are kinda true)about this act...modern poppy metallish rock with some(a lot actually!!!)teen spirit in it...btw the image of the guys are pretty close to Tokio Hotel's lead vocalist...some songs are kinda cool to be honest such as 5,6,8,9,11(catchy),12(nice),13(b/t nice)...for some fun is quite ok though...83/100

From: Al Rockman Date: June 28, 2016 at 7:32
Don't like this band at all, it's your typical so called rock music of today, it's like sleaze meets trash speed metal with hard-core thrown in, it just shouldn't be on this website, some will prob disagree, but they are no TESLA,BULLETBOYS,DANGER DANGER,TUFF,TIGERTAILZ etc who have a right to be on it

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