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"This song is about how circumstances in your life can come crashing down and the pain can feel almost insurmountable.
I believe alcohol is one of the most poisonous & volatile substances we as a society have at our disposal & that it can truly hurt & affect people in the most negative way.
My wife no longer drinks but due in large part to a myriad of recent upsets including some tragic family news she became intoxicated during the flight and was left confused, blacked out & disoriented.
The BLACK VEIL BRIDES frontman wrote: "We had a beautiful intimate ceremony with our friends and family and I married my best friend in the world. Thank you to everyone who came to support us, it was such a magical night filled with love and laughs.
Thank you to every one of you guys who have supported Juliet Simms and I in our love and have been so kind to both of us.
As you mentioned on stage, today is your and Andy’s anniversary – you met here at the Long Island Warped Tour two years ago? So many of the stagehands and people who work on my stage all have a different perspective on her; like “oh, my wife loves you from the show.” For somebody who’s been on Warped Tour for a hundred years to now be like “I watched you at home while you were on my TV.” Television has such an interesting impact. Juliet: Honestly, what’s happening right now is, I’m in negotiations with Universal Records. You have a bracelet company called Never Take It Off. Juliet: What’s really great about the company is that it started on 2011 on Warped Tour; it started with the record I released, . One thing I’ve noticed this year is that it seems like a very fractured tour.
Andy: It’s not her fault, but there’s nobody stepping up to do it. [laughs]Ok, so let’s talk about that – you were on The Voice. Every day we wake up at am and we bust our asses because, shit man, you’re reaching so many people when you’re on this tour! She went on a tour with an artist she had toured with in the past, and the tour was very poorly promoted. People are weird, there are freaks and there are dorks and there are losers and that’s fucking awesome. It’s about you being confident about yourself and saying “fuck you” to the world and that this is who I am and I’m going to represent myself. POZ: That sounds a lot like what Black Veil Brides have been singing about for a few years. You have these punk rock bands that crossed that line way back then.
He performs alongside singer Dahvie Vanity in Blood On The Dance Floor.
Senior Writer Jesse Richman sat down with Juliet Simms and Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides) at Warped Tour a week or so ago for an incredibly in-depth interview. Most of the year we don’t get to spend as much time together as we’d like to, because of tours and schedules. Andy: I get up every morning at the buttcrack of dawn and help her set up her merch, and…Juliet: Even on Warped Tour, where this amazing rockstar should be sleeping in bed until 3PM, he’s getting up in the morning and carrying things, finding people with me, helping out with street teamers, and doing everything with me. Juliet: The song was very much inspired by the fact that I’d have fans come to me in person or through Facebook, Twitter, fan letters, all of that, and I’d read them. I feel like one of the reasons why we’ve connected so much is that we have a lot of the same mentality. I am going to get an album done this year for sure and out. Andy: You know, there are different divisions of punk rock, and people who believe “only this is punk rock” and “only this is punk rock.” And within that, bands started to tread that line.
She’s had a lot of mismanagement – people who have, in my opinion, not been there when needed over here career, so…POZ: I feel like that’s been a story since going back to the Automatic Loveletter days. To be completely honest, Automatic Loveletter was me. The reason that it’s Juliet Simms now is because I’m on the show [The Voice]. One thing that we’ve seen a lot of over the past few years is people from the Warped Tour scene going onto . You’re back here on Warped, so that doesn’t seem to be your agenda. Most of her fans didn’t even know she was in the cities she was in. This is a situation where her fans know that she’s here and she’s already at the show. It’s a great situation for any band, and especially an artist that has some sort of appeal or has done something commercially. POZ: And then you could look at a band like Crüe or early Van Halen, they were coming out of that punk tradition as much as metal. I think it dates back to a point even then that it’s such a crossover, that young fans don’t even know what a band like The Dead Boys or The Damned is, and they don’t know that Black Veil Brides is heavily influenced by that stuff. We’ll have kids with swoopy bands doing upstroke ska.