Bryan Stars has just uploaded the UNCUT version of the interview he did with Andy and Danny Worsnop (Asking Alexandria) when they were on the Buried Alive tour.
" "It's definitely been our most important year in terms of breaking out of the scene to where we are now. (Before) we had a fan base on a cult level, but the release of 'Set the World on Fire' made it harder for people to ignore us - though many would still love to ignore us. But personally, this has been the most fun, interesting year I've ever had. Being that we've done so much this year, all these awards and record sales - I know people will next ask, "How will they top it?" But we don't think like that. For us, all we care about is maintaining what we do as a band."
Check out the full interview HERE.
November 26 - Augusta, GA
The Buried Alive Tour ended last night, and what a great tour it was! The guys seemed to have a fantastic time on this tour, and were so excited to be touring with Avenged Sevenfold and their buddies in Asking Alexandria. They also managed to get through the tour with out any major injuries! All the fans that went also seemed to agree that BVB put on one hell of a show! You can visit this page to see the photos I've collected so far from this tour. As you can see, there's not many. So if you find any photos from the tour please send the link to me on the contact page, and I'll post them!
The end of this tour also happens to bring us pretty close to the end of 2011, so I think it's time for a look back at the wonderful year BVB and the BVB Army has had. The band started the year with recording their second full-length album, which would be called 'Set The World On Fire' and would be released in June. This was also their first album on a major label, Universal Republic/Lava Records. They also went to the UK to support the Murderdolls on tour and then went to Japan, where they experienced the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and had to end the tour early. After returning to the states, they headlined AP tour from March to May. Also in May, they released the first single from STWOF, 'Fallen Angels' followed by the video for the song, and the video for 'The Legacy.' In early June the band went to Europe to play at some festivals, such as Download and Sweden Rock Festival. They also won the Kerrang! Award for 'Best International Newcomer!' 'Set The World On Fire' was released on June 14, 2011 and reached the Top 20 on the Billboard charts! The band then went on Warped Tour, although they were not able to perform for the first week due to Andy's three broken ribs. In October Black Veil Brides went to Europe to do a headlining tour with My Passion and Yashin. They left Europe for a couple days to go to Japan for V-Rock Festival, and after returning to Europe for the rest of the tour, Andy broke his nose at a show in Luxembourg. He played another show after that, but then had to cancel the remaining dates. The band came back to the states, and then departed a few weeks later for the Buried Alive Tour! They supported Avenged Sevenfold on this tour which also included Asking Alexandria and Hollywood Undead. While on the tour, their EP 'Rebels' was released on December 13. And this brings us back to the present. What a year! And I'll bet we've got a lot more to look forward to in 2012, which they'll start off with a tour in Mexico and South America!
The full Bryan Stars interview with Andy and Danny (from Asking Alexandria) comes out on December 24, so for now, enjoy the behind the scenes!