New Pierce the Veil single
2012-06-28 by silentstar | 27 Comments
Experimental rock outfit Pierce the Veil have released a new single off their upcoming album due July 17th. The single, Bulls in the Bronx, shows signs of the band's Mexican influences.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNKm3I7p6X8&feature=g-u-u
Tagged: Pierce the Veil

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toolpeth182
June 28th 2012
191 Comments


Best track off this album. Acoustic bit is awesome, as well how it transitions afterwards.

elephantREVOLUTION
June 28th 2012
2791 Comments


yeah this is definitely one of the strongest songs on the album

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
June 28th 2012
28784 Comments


track 2 rules so hard

shit whats that one called

Digging: Charli XCX - Sucker

ConcubinaryCode
June 28th 2012
2170 Comments


Experimental rock?...

silentstar
June 28th 2012
2282 Comments


the ending is probably the best I've heard of Pierce the Veil

TooLateToGoBack
June 28th 2012
1780 Comments


great stuff.

jackalope11
June 28th 2012
330 Comments


I liked King For a Day better, but these lyrics are stronger.

ChuckyTruant
June 28th 2012
15725 Comments


Uhm I might change it to say like jazz or Latin influences

Sauce
June 28th 2012
720 Comments


old news but song rules.

xevman
June 28th 2012
317 Comments


need to give this a listen

TylerOnFire
June 28th 2012
318 Comments


this is great

nash1311
June 28th 2012
1754 Comments


Thought it was pretty boring til the end. I liked the other track better. This band should ditch the screams and such and go for a more tamed PMtoday sound

Strider
June 28th 2012
4598 Comments


The ending is the most epic things I've heard this year

lucasjcockcroft
June 29th 2012
3714 Comments


downloaded the album last night, and its pretty damn good.

ChuckyTruant
June 29th 2012
15725 Comments


It's gunna be swell

joshieboy12345
June 29th 2012
5371 Comments


Always hated this band, can't stand the singer's voice, but the ending to the song was pretty cool.

Niels
June 29th 2012
44 Comments


oh man i love me some experimental rock

NorwichScene
June 29th 2012
1522 Comments


Great album!!

Digging: From Indian Lakes - Able Bodies

TrstN01
June 29th 2012
800 Comments


I liked King For A Day a bit more, but still a good song.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
June 29th 2012
20154 Comments


This album is looking rather promising.

Digging: Angels and Airwaves - The Dream Walker

Da11thMytrillSphere
June 29th 2012
546 Comments


Is ok

MisguidedYouth
June 29th 2012
155 Comments


the albums been leaked for a while now.

CrownOfMagnets
June 29th 2012
2318 Comments


shit

lucasjcockcroft
June 30th 2012
3714 Comments


nah

BonRurgundy
June 30th 2012
352 Comments


Has the album leaked? How comes everyone's heard the whole thing already?

TehEric
June 30th 2012
30 Comments


Album leaked about a week and a half ago

bennyola09
July 2nd 2012
249 Comments


Best song on the album. These guys are alright I normally like 3-5 tracks an album



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