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Pierce The Veil and Rise Against plus White Lung? Well that is certainly not the most everyday combo. I can dig it. All of the bands have integrity for different reasons and do have connections to the family tree of punk while here and there dabbling in hard rock.

General and VIP tickets go on-sale for all dates at 10 a.m. EST on Friday, May 12. All tickets will be available for purchase at here:

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11/21/14 Washington Avenue Armory in Albany, NY hosted The World Tour, a collaborative package between Sleeping With Sirens and a little band I’m partial to called Pierce The Veil. We sent photographer Nicole Terpening to shoot at the large venue (seriously, but the place has GREAT sound) and she came back with exclusive live shots of Pierce The Veil and Beartooth for us! Constructive energy and great bands.

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Interview: Pierce The Veil – Stoked to do it right

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 2:17 PM (PST)

Pierce the Veil, Gold Single Presentation, "King For A Day" - 11

When we were going to shows, the four of us all the time when we were younger, we loved the nervous energy before a show. What’s gonna happen?! – Jaime Preciado

Pierce The Veil are a band who are capturing the world by the ear, but they’ve truly earned it.  The hard working act was just awarded a Gold record for its track “King For A Day” in recognition of sales of more than 500,000 units.”King For A Day” was included on the band’s 2012 album Collide With The Sky (which reached the #1 spot on Billboard’s Hard Rock, Modern Rock/Alternative and Rock Albums charts, and has sold in excess of a quarter-million copies in the U.S. alone).  The track,
featuring guest vocals from Sleeping with Sirens‘ Kellin Quinn, was a top 40 rock hit, and its companion music video has, to date,  reached 37-million-plus YouTube views.

Those are some crazy numbers for a little post-hardcore band from San Diego but the love of life and fan-centric attitude plus the tour or die nature of the band has converted legions. These guys may not be as heavy as the heaviest bands we cover on this site, but they have my vote for totally awesome.

Click HERE for a talk with Jaime Preciado about their influences, The World Tour and next album!

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Pierce the Veil, who rocketed to success with their 2012 release Collide With The Sky, have been sequestered at Dan Korneff’s Sonic Deris Recording Studio in New York writing and recording a brand new album due for a January 2015 release on Fearless Records.  As yet untitled, the highly-anticipated release is being produced by Korneff (A Day To Remember, Paramore) who worked with the band on Collide.

Vocalist Vic Fuentes began working on ideas as early as late last year and began writing new material in earnest this Spring. He and the band – Mike Fuentes (drums), Tony Perry (guitar), and Jaime Preciado (bass) – started preproduction in May in their newly-renovated San Diego home studio. In June, with 11 songs written, the band headed to New York to begin recording; nine of those songs are earmarked for the new album, and the band has written two more since.

Said Vic about the sessions, “We try to stay focused on writing and recording songs that we’re happy with, that we like, songs that will be fun to play live and that our fans will want to sing along with, songs that offer a little something different, but are all still very much PTV songs.”

Leading up to the new album’s release, PTV will co-headline 21 U.S. dates, the first leg of “The World Tour,” a five-month, multi-leg global trek, with Sleeping with Sirens. Confirmed dates for the first leg are below.

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