Current Issue: #328 Mayday Parade


2011 Album Of The Year

December 23, 12:00 PM EST By Annie Zaleski

Album Of The Year

Black Veil Brides, Set The World On Fire

(AP review)

"Epic guitar solos, crazy drums and amazing lyrics. All that rock 'n' roll should be." - Rebecca Parsler, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Says frontman Andy Biersack: "When we were making that record, we really got the feeling that when it came out, it was going to change things for us, and it really did. We put out the record and things went to a whole different level in terms of our career. However, as proud of that album as we are, I’m ready to go make another one, because with Set The World On Fire doing so well and meaning so much to our audience we owe it to them – and ourselves – to make a record of the same caliber, if not better.”


Falling In Reverse, The Drug In Me Is You

"The songs are great and very catchy." - Stephanie Campagna, Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Yellowcard, When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes

"Perfect comeback album! Fast-paced and full of energy. Very Yellowcard." - Miguel Mindanao, Rosario, Batangas, Philippines

Panic! At The Disco, Vices & Virtues

(AP review)

"It has great lyrics and is really great to listen to. Every song is different." - Nicole Taylor, Adelaide, Australia

Asking Alexandria, Reckless & Relentless

"It has amazing breakdowns and doesnt sound like all the other bands." - Amanda Arce, Jefferson City, MO

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