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Black Veil Brides shared a common vision for their self-titled fourth full-length album [LAVA]. After 2013's sweeping and soaring concept epic, Wretched and Divine: Story of the Wild Ones and short film, Legion Of The Black, the band—Andy Biersack [lead vocals], Ashley Purdy [bass, backing vocals], Jake Pitts [lead guitar], Jinxx [rhythm guitar, violin], and Christian "CC" ... Read more in Amazon's Black Veil Brides Store

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  • Audio CD (July 20, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Stand By Records
  • ASIN: B003ODKZKU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,239 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Outcasts (Call to Arms)
2. We Stitch These Wounds
3. Beautiful Remains
4. Children Surrender
5. Perfect Weapon
6. Knives and Pens
7. The Mortician's Daughter
8. All Your Hate
9. Heaven's Calling
10. Never Give In
11. Sweet Blasphemy
12. Carolyn

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Customer Reviews

I purchased this CD for my son for Christmas.
Melissa Croxford
Every musical score is Unique in sound, and the wide range of vocals is a breath of fresh air than the other cookie cutter screemo bands.
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I would recommend this album to anyone who is looking for something new and raw.
Morello Hart

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Chimel on August 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
What a great start in the physical media world for Back Veil Brides!
I granted 4.5 or 5 stars to most of the songs in the album, which makes it a great debut album. Only one song did not make it with me. Andy Sixx and his band play what I'll call "soft screemo". Still has plenty of punch, although I feel it could use a bit more at times. I am not a great fan of singers who roar indistinctly like they're about to puke a cat from their throat; Thankfully Andy is quite articulate and the guitar playing in every song is magnificent. Recording quality is great and crisp too, you can really hear each instrument and even each separate note.

- The title song "We Stitch These Wounds" (5*) sets the tone to the album, although dumb as I am, I admit it took me a two consecutive listenings to the album to raise it from 4 to 5 stars.
- "Beautiful Remains" (5*) is even more dynamic and screamo, great music, voices and rhythm all over.
- "Children Surrender" (5*) is quite catchy, with great guitar riffs and changes of tone and voice accompaniments. One of my favorite songs after the next two.
- But the highlight of the album is probably "Perfect Weapon" (5*) and "Knives And Pens" (5*). These are songs that will stay with you for life and sell you the whole album on their own merit. Check them out full length on YouTube.
- "Never Give In" (5*) is the actual call to arms of the intro, and the sweet "Carolyn" (5*) is a fantastic song, both are right there with "Children Surrender" behind my 2 other favs.

- The other 4 songs are getting there too, except for "The Mortician's Daughter" (3*), a slow love song that sounds like a filler. It's nice to break the screemo rhythm once in a while, but not at the cost of breaking the album's cohesion.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Brandyn E. Esquivel on March 6, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I love how people think BVB is for emo prepubescent girls. I'm a 17 year old normal guy, and I like this band. They sound classic and their music is for everybody. And it's a helluva lot better than Nicki Minaj.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kelli Hales on July 20, 2010
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So finally one of the most anticipated debut albums this year, "We Stitch These Wounds", has finally landed on the music waves, and I have to say it doesn't disappoint. With a fan fervor that matches the Bieber fever, the Black Veil Brides army can be satisfied with an actual full length CD that they can play over and over again. To the new people finding out about them, their image may be a bit polarizing and off putting. However, I think that the image adds to their overall draw. They want to create a complete band including the good music and a particular look. They have said that they can be whatever kind of band someone wants, and they fulfill that with this album. With some awesome guitars by Jake Pitts and Jinxx, and some great work by Ashley Purdy on bass, they bring in those people that love A7X, BFMV, Atreyu, etc. For anybody who loves good drummers, they will be amazed by Miss Sandra on the drums. Yes, they have a female drummer! She is truly a unique feature to this band. Now, to Mr. Andy Six, he definitely has a beautiful deep voice that is intriguing to listen to. There is intensity in his voice, but also a beautiful melody in songs like "The Mortician's Daughter" and "Carolyn". His voice captures you in songs like "Sweet Blasphemy", "Beautiful Remains", and "Heaven's Calling". Now, in saying that, this album is definitely a first step for this band. It is a little all over the place, and the voice of this band is still being refined. I think with getting this first album under them, and touring around for a while, they will bust out another album that will truly blow all stereotypes away. There is true potential in this band, and "We Stitch These Wounds" showcases that very well. For the fans that have followed them, enjoy having the full length album we have waited so long for. To the people who are unsure, listen to the album and block out the other thoughts you have. You will see potential for this young band!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Nikiforos V. Skoumas on September 9, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I was really looking forward to getting `Black Veil brides'-"We stitch these wounds". I am reviewing this release strictly from a hair/sleaze metal-melodic hard rock perspective (I am not at all familiar with Metalcore and the modern subgenres in general).

Inevitably their image precedes them, having enjoyed almost mainstream success (for a metal band) with their video clips while also making effective use of the web based mediums of communication. With a star banner (bringing directly to mind the `Shout at the devil' front cover), a front man called Andy Six (like Nikki Sixx) and the overall make up/big hair-sleaze metal image, the `Motley Crue' influence is as evident as it has ever been on a band.

Needless to say, I wanted so hard for `We Stitch the wounds' to be a heavy- rocking album and `Black Veil Brides' clearly lived up to that expectation. It is very true that a band is primarily judged on account of their vocals and lyrical themes; still I have to start from the guitars as this is the instrument that left the biggest impression on me regarding "BVB".

The album is a true testament to melodic guitar playing as it is filled with endless amount of melodic line guitar lines (guitarists Jake Pitts and Jinxx deserve congratulations) while also demonstrating thick rhythm parts and interesting riffs. In addition the rhythm section is solid: bass player Ashley Purdy is clearly a very experienced-in the particular genre- bass player, while drummer Sandra Alvaregna is far from the stereotypical female drummer making incredibly good use of double bass drums, while demonstrating a variety of rhythm patterns throughout the album.
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