Black Veil Brides- Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones review
by Reggie Edwards
Finally, after two years of waiting, Black Veil Brides fans have new music in Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones . Why did I say “finally” to talk about a two year wait? Because the BVB fanbase is so extreme that two years seems like an eternity for them.
When anyone hears Wretched and Divine, whether it be fans or new listeners, they will be blown away. The progression of the band from 2011’s Set the World on Fire to this one is undeniable and the album couldn’t have been better-produced.
Even though the storyline of this concept album isn’t the strongest, the interludes are creative and impressive, the songwriting is better than ever and frontman Andy Biersack’s vocals mesh perfectly with the rest of the band.
Loaded with anthemic songs, violins, cellos and more, almost every song from “Bulletproof” to “Devil’s Choir” to the title track to “In the End” will be stuck in your head.
You won’t be able to get enough of this album. Released on January 8, this was the perfect way to start the year.