Pop-punk or goth-metal, the Black Veil Brides remain incredibly hard to pigeonhole. Inspired by the likes of Motley Crue and KISS, they might look like a quintessential hair-metal band, but their sound remains their own.
Black Veil Brides were originally formed in 2006 in Cincinnati, comprising of Andrew Biersack, Johnny Herald, Phil Cenedella, Nate Shipp and Chris Reisenberg. Always unconventional, the unsigned band uploaded their first song, Knives and Pens, to YouTube, where it quickly racked-up over 32million views.
Leaving their goth roots behind them, the band’s sound changed to sound more glam-metal, complete with anthemic choruses and expertly-shredded guitar riffs. Their most recent outing, Vale, has seen them embrace more mainstream sounds, but always with that trademark Black Veil Brides’ twist.
Whether you want an image of the band backstage or in full swing, check out our range of Black Veil Brides posters, which contains hard-to-find shots for diehard fans.