Double dropping has become a norm for bands this past year (umm I mean songs!!) and Black Veil Brides are the latest to jump on the two-song drop bandwagon with the release of their duology EP over the weekend called The Night which featured (you guessed it) two brand new songs.
The first was ‘The Vengeance‘ which showcases the band’s heavy metal side with plenty of riff action and a melodically simple chorus.
The second single was ‘Saints of the Blood‘ which is (in my opinion) the more superior of the two in terms of musical style and lyrics, not to mention frontman Andy Biersack/Andy Black‘s performance is more on point in this than their previous releases sounding more like himself and less like Chad Kroeger… (listen to their catchy AF song ‘In The End‘ and tell me you DON’T hear The Chad).
The band have also announced they’ve signed to Sumerian Records, which is fantastic news for Andy as his Movie/Tv Series American Satan/Paradise City is being released via them (well the soundtrack at least) and that means we may hear more of his vocals during the show’s songs instead of Palaye Royale‘s Remington Leith who was introduced as his “vocal performance” replacement during the movie because of contractual limitations which prevented Andy from using his own voice for the movie’s musical moments. BVB also welcomed their new bassist Lonny Eagleton to the band following Ashley Purdy‘s departure last week.
If you like what you hear, grab a copy of The Night right here