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Pierce the Veil - A flair for the dramatics

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With a sky-scraping voice like Coheed and Cambria and intricate instrumentation like Avenge Sevenfold, Pierce the Veil is bound to be the next Fall Out Boy. Tracks on this album range from slow and melodic to heavy and booming. Vic Fuentes, the main vocalist, varies between screaming and singing. He also captures the listener with thoughtful metaphors for love such as "If I could find a place for the holiday, maybe I would call, You're a payphone away." However the "real" PTV cannot be experienced unless you see them live. With the amount of energy the band has on stage it is impossible to stand still.





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kmarshall50 said...
Jan. 8, 2010 at 11:27 pm
Welll, I happen to love Pierce The Veil.
Yeah Boy and Doll Face:)
 
Teextormentr said...
Jan. 7, 2010 at 6:42 am
Good Article.&I Love Coheed,Avenged Sevenfold&Pierce The Veil For Sure. But,I Agree With The Other Person That Commented When He Says That They're Not The Right Bands To Compare.
 
sc0ttysk3latal said...
Sept. 16, 2009 at 9:00 pm
Oh man! How can you compare PTV to A7X or FOB?!?! PTV is almost nothing like them. But yeah, the lyrics on a flair for the dramatic are gorgeous.
 
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