Black Veil Brides, Asking Alexandria, Falling in Reverse Supergroup in the Works?

Band members working on new project.

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In an interview with Artisan News Service, Black Veil Brides singer Andy Biersack has suggested that he, Falling in Reverse mainman Ronnie Radke and Asking Alexandria vocalist Danny Worsnop may be involved in a new supergroup. As Biersack notes, the trio have all recently been collaborating on Radke’s mixtape project, and seem to be sharing a musical band: "We got together and just started writing music ... the most exciting part for me was that its not necessarily the music that I've ever written before, that I've ever done anything like before. He's obviously very artistically talented and the two of us together did something really amazing. He also worked with Danny and the track that they did together is just beautiful and awesome. Yesterday Ronnie and I were talking about another thing we wanted to work on ... it's cool for me to be able to get involved with people who are likeminded." Biersack also stated that he and Radke’s experiences of rock stardom mean that they have a shared understanding: "I can't talk much about Ronnie's mix tape. I will say that we've been working on a few things together ... a journalist friend recently described us as two sides of the same coin. Ronnie is definitely a rock star and in a lot of ways people look at me as this larger than life character, the Andy Biersack who was at the Golden Gods yelling at everybody, that's the character that people associate with me. In the same regard Ronnie has that where people attach a version of him that they believe on to him ... He and I get along on that level. We understand what it's like to be characters who are in the public eye and have people that assume things about you, whether it is true or not."

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    I see UG wants it's daily dose of rage.
    great... more bands that people will no longer care about because a) they grow out of their angsty teenager phase, or b) their music changes and bands are accused of selling out, or c) music doesnt change at ALL, and their fans get bored. now we have 3 or said bands possibly getting together. what a crapfest.
    no grammar error. its a typo. he forgot the t. im anti capitalism. i dont need no apostrophes, i threw dem on the ground.
    Your incorrect use of 'it's' made me cry. Anyway, aren't supergroups supposed to be made of people who are successful? Not a bunch of talentless twats.
    yor been a gramr nazi maid me cri
    Are people allergic to grammar!? Let's face that facts, education is pretty good in MEDCs, there's no excuse for having poor grammar, unless you're just stupid. Some people seem to think being uneducated is 'cool', and they think missing school is 'better than learning'. I know this is on the internet, but it's pathetic. If you can't tell the difference between 'its' and 'it's' you should go back to school.
    I'm allergic to anal retentive people who act like bitches because somebody else makes a single grammatical error with an apostrophe, but not grammar.
    Good for you. What kind of cretin coined the name 'Grammar Nazi', being a Nazi has nothing to do with grammar. I don't go round capturing people who don't understand the basics of grammar to gas them.
    If you want things to be grammatically correct go to the library. We don't have time for s#it like that on the internet. Your whining post's took away 10 seconds of porn watching from my night, JERK!
    Dude, I love grammar, it makes the world go round. But let's be honest, who the **** cares? I could easily tell what he meant. He made one of the most common mistakes in the English language, one that is made by engineers and doctors alike. So your claim that making such a benign mistake makes one stupid is bullshit.
    There's a difference in correcting someones mistake, and being a dick about it. Maybe it's not their first language, maybe they simply made a mistake, maybe they do have a learning disability. Why is there the need to judge them? Everyone makes mistakes :-/
    I wasn't being a 'dick', I actually cried. I suffer from the Pseudobulbar affect. Thanks for offending me.
    Also, it's "effect", not "affect". Have a nice day.
    Not in this case I'm afraid. 'Affect' is also a psychological term for 'a feeling that comes simultaneously with a thought'.
    Education doesn't belong anywhere near a post talking about Ronnie Radke ok dude, go drink a coors lite and smoke your virginia slims.
    the problem is that using its instead of it's is unnatural, because as a possessive term, you would always use the apostrophe, for example "Ultimate Guitar's daily dose of rage" would be correct, yet you spell it "its" instead of "it's" because it would be confused with the contraction such as it has. basically, yes people should know better, but really it's unnatural and goes against the norm of grammar to spell it as "its", so it's kinda hard to blame and get angry at someone for it. Essentially, English is just a real mess of a language
    Yes...and all those years of English teachers drumming into students' head the difference between "its" and "it's" apparently falls to the wayside on the internet...
    Behold.. The top 3 most cancerous bands ever lived.
    If they are cancer...then does that make one direction AIDS?
    I'd say so. Similarly to AIDS, One Direction will also be gone in about 10 years.
    I'd say people are giving waaay to many ****s about bad music. Comparing them to AIDS and cancer? Really?
    Yes, as in "This terrible, terrible music gave Spiderman both cancer AND AIDS. Poor Spiderman." /shakes head and cries
    I'm only here to laugh at the comments.
    This. I can occasionally stand listening to any three of these bands, I dunno about throwing them in a bag and shaking them all up, but hey, I know few people who'll like it. That's all that matters.
    What's is all that matters is that these talentless 'musicians' are rounded up and replace animals in cosmetic testing laboratories.
    men, the apocalypse is upon us