Toddstar: Well that’s so true what you say about what you call the BVB army. I’m probably one of the older members because I’m an original member of the Kiss army myself but you guys have musically just turned my life on its ear. I can’t get enough of it. So you know speaking of your fans, someone who’s been around and watched rock and roll, you really do have a diehard set of fans. Its fun to watch you guys interact with them.
Andy Biersack: Yeah, another thing is that you know that it’s always funny whenever people talk about the age of our fans. The age of our fans, sort of like Kiss, it spans generations. I think other bands like Kiss and other bands we’re influenced by you know, the people that tend to be the original form of rock and roll music or what, I believe is the best form of rock and roll music. They seem to really appreciate and respect what we do and actually makes me very happy because the devotion and those things it’s not that crazy of a thing to think of but when you look at it… I mean, what we have now especially in music is lead bands of the last decade or so they sort of run rock music into the ground. Music has no presence really in pop culture anymore. You watch the music awards shows, you watch the other things and you’re lucky if you see it, you know, Nickelback or something on there, and it’s sort of hysteria and the fan devotion is sort of something that seems to only be saved for people like Justin Beiber or that kind of thing and I think it’s about time that rock and roll music has a band that really has those sort of people as devoted to it. I think that, you know, the t-shirt and jeans crowd, the sort of boring non-entertainer’s crowd has had their time and look what they done with it. It’s time I think for theatrics and rebellion and sort of real, you know rock and roll to come back.