Plus, the musician revealed who his character reminds him of.
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Biersack is returning to to the supernatural thrill-world created by Sumerian Films‘ Ash Avildsen in a previously announced TV spinoff of the film that features members of Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria alongside Hollywood heavyweights such as Malcolm McDowell.
AA lead guitarist and Satan‘s own Leo, Ben Bruce, will also be on the show. The musician dropped the news on social media that he’s slated to reprise his movie role in the upcoming series Paradise City alongside Biersack. Plus, former pro wrestler Natalie Eva Marie will also be joining the cast of the new show.
Paradise City begins filming tomorrow, a fact Biersack shared on Twitter, saying he “couldn’t be more excited!” Honestly, same.
“I can’t even begin to tell you how cool the script is and the cast that has been assembled is fantastic!” the musician writes in a second tweet. “I’ll update everyone more throughout the production but again, can’t wait for tomorrow and thank you to everyone who’s been so supportive of the project!”
Who’s Johnny Faust like?
Biersack also took a moment to point out who his character Johnny Faust reminds him of.
“In my mind I’ve always thought of Johnny’s vibe as a bit like Sting from Starcade ‘97 or maybe I just wish I was 90’s Sting haha,” he explains.
I can’t even begin to tell you how cool the script is and the cast that has been assembled is fantastic! I’ll update everyone more throughout the production but again, can’t wait for tomorrow and thank you to everyone who’s been so supportive of the project! #ParadiseCity
— Andy Biersack (@andyblack) November 14, 2018
For comparison, the musician shared a video of Sting, which you can watch below. Do you see the resemblance?
American Satan, released last October, follows rock band the Relentless as they “drop out of college and move to the Sunset Strip to chase their dreams.” But the band get more than they bargained for after making a Faustian deal for fame.