We Stitch These Wounds by Black Veil Brides
The Outcast (Call to Arms) featuring Urban Flaunders
We Stitch These Wounds
Knives and Pens
The Mortician's Daughter
All Your Hate
Never Give In
Me: This is the cheapest Black Veil Brides album on sale.
Dad: Then that's what we'll buy.
Me: But it's their first album...! Those are never the best!
Dad: Deal with it.
After listening to album....
Me: I'm officially in love with Black Veil Brides!!
Dad: See, and it only costed us $5.
Surprisingly, BVB was a lot like Affiance, with the heavy, bass drum-driven bass line and intricate guitarwork. However, Affiance would never write a song like "Carolyn."
Many people protest screamo, saying it is the worst music they have ever heard. I am here to say that BVB can make it work. I do actually like sreamo, but my dad doesn't and he like BVB. BVB is not at all straight screamo, they just use it here and there.
My favourite songs on the album would have to be "Knives and Pens," "Sweet Blasphemy," and "The Mortician's Daughter."
Their music is better than Beiber or Kiss, don't worry.
This is excellent music. I suggest checking them out!
Zoe Adler is a music journalist from Long Beach, California. Besides her website, which is her pride and joy, she works with the GRAMMY Foundation and the Long Beach Independent. Additionally, Ms. Adler is a musician, spending half of her time playing the flute, piccolo, trombone, and marching baritone. She has been with TeenView Music since the very start and hopes to make something of it in the future.