Black Veil Brides confirm The Phantom Tomorrow album details, drop new single Fields Of Bone

Watch the Andy Biersack-directed video for Black Veil Brides' new single Fields Of Bone, taken from their upcoming album The Phantom Tomorrow.

Black Veil Brides confirm The Phantom Tomorrow album details, drop new single Fields Of Bone
Emily Carter
Joshua Shultz

After teasing Fields Of Bone earlier this week, Black Veil Brides have now shared their new single, as well as announcing details of upcoming album The Phantom Tomorrow.

The band are set to unveil their ambitious new LP – the follow-up to 2018's Vale – on June 4 via Sumerian, with Fields Of Bone (plus epic previous single Scarlet Cross) available to hear now alongside an awesome Andy Biersack-directed music video. Keep scrolling to check out the full Phantom Tomorrow tracklist and album artwork.

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Andy told Kerrang! in November 2020 that The Phantom Tomorrow was sonically built on "heavy rock riffs”.

"Over the years we got away from the heavy-riff-big-chorus dynamic, which is what makes Black Veil Brides,” he said. "Our previous full-length record was very soft, with a lot of shine to it, so the goal [this time] was to find a way to make it grand, with a lot of string elements and everything, but still feel like there’s an edge built from the riff.”

Andy continued: "I don’t love the term 'concept record’, but [The Phantom Tomorrow] is a concept record. There are themes and ideas and moments that are hugely different from one moment to the next, but the goal at the end of the day, the heart of everything, is to write a heavy rock record and build out everything from there, as opposed to writing a pop record and putting riffs over it.”

Watch Fields Of Bone below:

Check out The Phantom Tomorrow tracklist:

1. The Phantom Tomorrow (Introduction)
2. Scarlet Cross
3. Born Again
4. Blackbird
5. Spectres (Interlude)
6. Torch
7. The Wicked One
8. Shadows Rise
9. Fields Of Bone
10. Crimson Sky
11. Kill The Hero
12. Fall Eternal

And the album artwork:

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