Although coronavirus has canceled Black Veil Brides' tour plans this year, it appears that the band are using their time in lockdown to get creative.

Over the weekend, Andy Biersack revealed that Black Veil Brides are currently working on their next album. The vocalist also shared information regarding their 10-year anniversary celebration and re-release of their debut album We Stitch These Wounds.

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At the end of last year, Black Veil Brides fans got a taste of new music from the band. Following the departure of bassist Ashley Purdy in November, Black Veil Brides released two new singles and announced BVB's new bassist Lonny Eagleton. The two singles “The Vengeance” and “Saints Of The Blood" were released as part of their duology EP The Night.

Following the release of The Night, Biersack said in an interview with AP that the band enjoy writing music with this duology concept in mind. With the two-song singles, Black Veil Brides can deliver new music with greater intimacy instead of going through the time-consuming process of creating a full-length album. Biersack shared that the band might compile several duologies into a full LP in the future. However, at the time, they were more focused on recording mini records to potentially release.

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Now, Biersack has revealed that Black Veil Brides are officially working on new music. In a new Instagram post, Biersack shares that Black Veil Brides have begun the production phase for their next album. As well, he also reveals that information regarding their 10-year anniversary celebration and re-release of We Stitch These Wounds will be announced soon.

"I hope everyone is having a great weekend so far," Biersack says. "We have lots of @blackveilbrides news coming soon! There will be info regarding #Restitchthesewounds and the 10 year anniversary celebration/record release and we are currently in production on #BVB6!"

Back in April of last year, the band shared that they plan to re-record their debut album in celebration of its 10-year anniversary. Although many of the band's plans have changed in light of the ongoing pandemic, it appears that the plans to re-record and re-release We Stitch These Wounds have not changed.

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In the post, Biersack also addresses how the temporary halt to all live performances will impact Black Veil Brides this year. He reveals that since the band is unable to tour for the foreseen future, they plan to release "lots of new music."

"While it’s obviously unfortunate that we were not able to play our previously scheduled shows we are working hard to make sure we give you guys lots of new music in the interim as everyone adjusts to the current global situation," Biersack says. "Wishing you and your loved ones a safe and healthy start to your summer and that you’re able to find some light in the midst of these often dark times."

Along with the release of new Black Veil Brides music this year, Biersack will be starring in the American Satan spin-off series Paradise City. Starring alongside Biersack is BooBoo Stewart, Asking Alexandria's Ben Bruce, Cameron Boyce, Bella Thorne and many more. The series is due out later this year, but no official release date has been shared yet. The trailer for the first season was released on May 1 and has already earned over 11 million views.

Bruce and Biersack recently spilled a number of Paradise City secrets in a recent AP Phoner interview this month.

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