Black Veil Brides‘ upcoming album The Phantom Tomorrow has been delayed.
The record, originally set to arrive June 4, will now be released on October 29. In a video message, frontman Andy Biersack shares that the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented BVB from getting together all the physical media they had planned for the album release, including different vinyl variants and a comic book series.
“We know that it’s going to be disappointing for you guys who were looking forward to hearing the full album on June 4, but I promise you that you will hear music around that date and much more coming in the future,” Biersack says.
He adds that, while he “can’t go into detail about it,” the “return of Black Veil Brides live music is happening sooner than you think.”
“There will be lots of announcements coming,” Biersack says.
The Phantom Tomorrow, the follow-up to 2018’s Vale, is the sixth Black Veil Brides album. It includes the lead single “Scarlet Cross.”
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