Black Veil Brides Announce ‘Legion of the Black’ Film Release Plans
Black Veil Brides are ready to share another piece of their 'Wretched and Divine' story as the 'Legion of the Black' film they shot as a companion piece to the album will be offered for purchase to fans in June.
The film will be packaged with the 'Wretched and Divine: Ultimate Edition' release, which also includes the 'Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones' album. The set will be repackaged in a large black box with new artwork, three additional songs and the film, as well as a book of unreleased photos and other assorted extras.
Black Veil Brides screened the film at the Silent Movie Theater in Los Angeles back in December and later offered fans a chance to watch it online as part of a pay-per-view promotion ahead of the album's release. The movie is a futuristic piece with a group of rebels known as "The Wild Ones" raging against the big bad F.E.A.R. organization.
In our upcoming exclusive interview with frontman Andy Biersack, the singer tells us, "I will say that beyond anything, sitting in a big ass movie theater and watching my movie that I helped write and direct is one of the coolest things I've ever experienced, and not to take away from any experiences I've had in music, but that was like a moment. For someone like me, music is all I've ever thought about -- playing big shows and then when you take something that is based around your music and put it in a completely different medium, it's a really interesting and cool emotion to watch. You're like 50 feet tall in front of you and it's like, 'Damn, this is cool.'" The full interview with Biersack will be posted shortly.
In other Black Veil Brides news, the band has posted a new feature on their Facebook page that allows fans to sing along with and include video for the group's current hit song 'In the End.' Both you and Black Veil Brides can be heard in unison singing the song or you can shoot video of yourself lip-synching the track over the original version. The final option allows you to combine up to eight performances of the song into one cool megamix. Check it out here.