The Post-Hardcore Band From San Diego
Pierce The Veil is a post-hardcore band that was formed in San Diego, California in 2006. Emo and punk rock music influence the band’s sound. And they are famous for their high-energy live performances.
Early Career and Success
Pierce The Veil released their debut album “A Flair for the Dramatic” in 2007. The album received critical acclaim and helped the band gain a following. They released their second album “Selfish Machines” in 2010, it solidified their place in the post-hardcore scene. The band released the third album, “Collide with the Sky,” in 2012. It then debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Album Releases and Hit Singles
Pierce The Veil has released four successful studio albums, including “Misadventures” in 2016. The band has had numerous hit singles, including “King for a Day,” “Bulletproof Love,” and “Caraphernelia.”
Collaborations and Tours
Pierce The Veil has collaborated with several other artists over the years, including Kellin Quinn of Sleeping with Sirens and Tyler Carter of Issues. The band has also toured extensively, playing with bands such as A Day to Remember, Sleeping with Sirens, and All Time Low.
Current Status and Future Plans
The band’s current lineup includes Vic Fuentes on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Jaime Preciado on bass guitar, Tony Perry on lead guitar, and Mike Fuentes on drums. The band is currently on hiatus, with the band members working on individual projects. However, they have expressed their desire to make new music and tour in the future.
Pierce The Veil has established themselves as one of the prominent bands in the post-hardcore scene. Their unique sound, energetic live performances, and successful albums have gained them a dedicated fanbase. The band’s collaborations, tours, and plans for new music indicate that they are not done making an impact in the music industry.