During a recent interview with Rock Sound, Andy Biersack confirmed that Black Veil Brides are planning to celebrate the 10th anniversary of “We Stitch These Wounds” by “reimagining ” the album. The frontman went on to say the band will be “re-recording some of the stuff” from the effort and that they may add some new songs and covers to it.
Biersack said the following about the new version of “We Stitch These Wounds”:
“It’ll be 10 years since the first record next summer, so we plan to do kind of a reimagining of that record and re-recording some of the stuff, and probably some new songs added to it, and maybe some covers that we wanna do. So that’ll come out, and that’ll be really fun. I don’t know what the plans are outside of that, as far as how we’re gonna present that. But that’s the plan right now.”
He also added the following when asked about a possible new album from the group:
“What’s great about [2018’s] ‘Vale’ being what it was is that it was kind of the end to a chapter and that style and feeling of the band from the ‘Wretched And Divine’ era and everything. I think we all kind of feel like whatever is next, it’s gonna be something that’s totally fresh and new.”