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We Stitch These Wounds
     

We Stitch These Wounds

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by Black Veil Brides
 

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Delivering song with the message of hope and strength that is wrapped up in the theatrics and raw energy of an early Alice Cooper show, Black Veil Brides have been building a legion of followers that they call the "Bridesmaids." With their fans supporting their every move, Black Veil Brides are set to explode on the music scene with their unique brand of gothic

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Delivering song with the message of hope and strength that is wrapped up in the theatrics and raw energy of an early Alice Cooper show, Black Veil Brides have been building a legion of followers that they call the "Bridesmaids." With their fans supporting their every move, Black Veil Brides are set to explode on the music scene with their unique brand of gothic screamo that has fans all over the world eagerly anticipating the release of We Stitch These Wounds. -- From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
07/20/2010
Label:
Stand By Records
UPC:
0897896002276
catalogNumber:
26
Rank:
23478

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Performance Credits

Black Veil Brides   Primary Artist
Kristen Johnson   Background Vocals
Justin Rodriguez   Background Vocals
Marcos Delgado   Background Vocals
Matt Bishop   Vocals
Alicia Vigil   Background Vocals
Josh Newell   Vocals
Casey Namhoe   Background Vocals
Ashley Purdy   Bass,Group Member
Angelique Salcedo   Background Vocals
Andy Six   Vocals,Group Member
Alec Bieke   Background Vocals
Danielle Rolon   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Blasko   Producer
G. Preston Boebel   Producer,Engineer
Josh Newell   Producer,Engineer
Dave Casey   Sound Design
Andy Six   Composer,Lyricist

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We Stitch These Wounds 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Antram_lover More than 1 year ago
I have been a fan of BVB on youtube since before they had their CD out. Because of this, I went and bought the CD the day it came out and have listened to it many times. Overall, it's a pretty decent CD. A few of the songs sound a bit similar. I really enjoy the screamo parts because unlike most screamo bands (I feel) that Andy Sixx has a unique way of doing it, almost like "light screamo" if there is such a thing. Sometimes the guitar/background music overtook the vocals, so that was a bit annoying. The guitar solos were a bit too long for my taste since they all sounded the same, and the "Whoah-oh-oh-oh"ing that is the back-up singing was done in almost half the songs. The best song by far is "The Mortician's Daughter". It had absolutely no screamo parts and, in contrast with their others, was a slow song, easy to hear, and just plain beautiful. I almost wish there had been another one or two songs like this. Overall, I do recommend this CD. But I caution you to listen to the excerpts or watch on youtube before buying since this isn't a band for everyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BVB is my favorite band. After listening to them and hearing their stories I stoped cutting myself and started writting. I started finding better ways to let out my pain and sadness.
vladimir_tod_4life More than 1 year ago
My emo friend showed me this band at school one day and i fell in love with it!! i think andy sixx (andrew biersacks) is hot! he also has an amazing voice. my fave songs are the mortititans daughter and the gunsling. (AMAZING!!) *screamo 4 life* :x
thedeadgirlfriend More than 1 year ago
I've only been listening to this band for a few days but im already majorly obsessed with them. They're the best band I've found in 5 years.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing!
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Great band! I had a sleep over with my best-e last night and she showed me this band and I instently just fell in love with Andy Sixx
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