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Black Veil Brides writing and demoing next album

March 2, 2012
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Black Veil Brides guitarist Jake Pitts has revealed that the band is already working on the follow-up to 2011's Set The World On Fire, with tentative plans to enter the studio in late spring or early summer:

“We send things back and forth to work on each other's ideas. We're all constantly writing for this next record. Set The World On Fire only came out on June 14, it's amazing that we're already making plans for another one but it's important to stay relevant. As long as we're making great songs I have no problem with the pace at all … We are in the very beginnings of the process still but we're due in a studio sometime from April to June.”

 

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