New Pierce The Veil Video

2012-12-21 by merpmerp | 35 Comments
Post-hardcore four-piece, Pierce the Veil, have released a music video for their song 'Hell Above'. The song is
taken from their most recent album Collide With The Sky.

The video can be viewed at the link below.
http://youtu.be/wq0mbynj4_k

Tagged: Pierce the Veil

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wacknizzle
December 21st 2012
13734 Comments


I've never really listened to PTV but song wasn't bad, band has some talent compared to many of the genre's similar acts.

merpmerp
December 21st 2012
803 Comments


haha Snide. and yeah wacknizzle, PTV is definitely miles ahead of most post-hardcore acts these days.

fish.
December 21st 2012
22369 Comments


I like that they included the intro with it, but live footage compilation music videos suck

TooLateToGoBack
December 21st 2012
1796 Comments


Good song, but the intro is definitely the best part.

YankeeDudel
December 21st 2012
9331 Comments


derp

Digging: Jeff Bridges - Sleeping Tapes

merpmerp
December 21st 2012
803 Comments


i wouldn't really consider these guys a "scene" band..

wacknizzle
December 21st 2012
13734 Comments


how aren't they a scene band?

Sauce
December 21st 2012
732 Comments


should've been a match into water.

sora236
December 21st 2012
156 Comments


Meh can't believe I used to like this band 5 years ago, though they do sound better than most generic core bands.

Minus.
December 21st 2012
2680 Comments


Hey this is actually pretty decent.

KenboSlice
December 21st 2012
1091 Comments


I want a video for Hold On Til May, that song rocks.

Vishis271
December 21st 2012
14 Comments


That last minute of Bulls In the Bronx...

sixdegrees
December 21st 2012
18431 Comments


meh

Digging: Tenkiame - So Sad About Us

fractured
December 22nd 2012
367 Comments


Nice performance video. The first two off this album are solid. The album's great. I'm not sure how Vic does it, but he has a whiny high voice that somehow doesn't annoy me.

Oh and dat intro.

Ponton
Staff Reviewer
December 22nd 2012
5998 Comments


production is too high

Kosko
December 22nd 2012
108 Comments


Collide With The Sky is one of the years best albums in my opinion. I think it hits a good sweet spot between heavy and pop, it's a pleasure to listen to. That said, live footage always feels like a cop-out for music videos.

PoisonCupcakes
December 22nd 2012
54 Comments


Video was cool an all but I'm plenty sick of live performance videos. Fourth time I've waited for a music video & I got a goddamn live performance video...fucking sucks lmao

JazzHands333
December 22nd 2012
313 Comments


This is actually not too shabby. Vocals are a bit too high-pitched for my tastes, but the riffing is actually interesting and the bass is nice and audible.

SourAK
December 22nd 2012
1629 Comments


Video was pretty dumb, but I dig the song so much that I don't really mind.

Minus.
December 22nd 2012
2680 Comments


This is actually not too shabby. Vocals are a bit too high-pitched for my tastes, but the riffing is actually interesting and the bass is nice and audible.

Honestly, that has been my only problem with the band. It's not even so much that the vocals are too high, it's more that they sound very shrill at times. The instrumentation has always been pretty catchy though.

NorwichScene
December 22nd 2012
1580 Comments


Album is quality!!

Digging: While She Sleeps - Brainwashed

steventon
December 22nd 2012
152 Comments


gay as fuck

guizpom
December 22nd 2012
45 Comments


One of my favorites band actually

guizpom
December 22nd 2012
45 Comments


The selfish machine was better though.

Ecnalzen
December 22nd 2012
6904 Comments


The music is good, just not digging the vocals so much.

Gwyn.
December 22nd 2012
15554 Comments


For a scene band, that was pretty tolerable

Would be better if the vocalist wasn't a fucking homo

merpmerp
December 22nd 2012
803 Comments


wow. everyone really hates the vocals in this band..

Ecnalzen
December 22nd 2012
6904 Comments


He isn't bad, so to say... I don't know, I don't really like his vocal tone, I guess. It sounds kind of thin.

earthblues
December 23rd 2012
48 Comments


Wasn't that bad actually

Hospital
December 23rd 2012
2069 Comments


I like a few of these dudes songs but I don't understand the hype

CatfishSoup
December 23rd 2012
195 Comments


"How aren't they a scene band?"

What do you consider 'scene'? Please don't say because the singer's hair is long, if you do you're retarded.



MiniatureHorse
December 23rd 2012
908 Comments


Pretty cool. Dude, who cares if it's scene or not? As long as if it's not mediocre then it's fine.

Cygnatti
December 23rd 2012
24124 Comments


"What do you consider 'scene'? Please don't say because the singer's hair is long, if you do you're retarded."

assumptions yeah!

Digging: Mo*Te - Life in a Peaceful New World

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
December 24th 2012
21561 Comments


Probably the poppiest song from the album & obvious choice as single.

Album made my top 20 of the year.

Digging: Too Close To Touch - Nerve Endings

Sauce
December 25th 2012
732 Comments


the poppiest song from the album is definitely one hundred sleepless nights.



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