Black Veil Brides singer Andy Biersack sure is a sassy guy. And on the recent Revolver Golden Gods Awards ceremony in LA, he gave multiple proof with a series of saucy statements and stage rants.
Firstly, Biersack evoked memories from the last year's award show and the "smattering applause" the band has received. According to vocalist, the hatred crowd sometimes tends to give them is something the California-based five-piece finds nothing but amusing.
"We really evoke a lot of emotion in people. Sometimes so much that they'll feel the need to piss in bottles and throw it at me," the singer tells Fuse. "So I mean, if that's an emotion you feel at any point, please, by all means, during this interview, pee in a bottle and throw it an me."
"It might get weird between us if I were to do that," interviewer Jack Osbourne replied, just for the singer to snap back with another comment, saying, "I think it would make it better between us. [laughs] The best way to meet a man is to have him throw a bodily fluid at you."
Once the band was awarded with the Song of the Year title for their "In the End" track, the 22-year-old's laid-back attitude switched to full-rant mode, flipping the audience off and throwing the f-bombs all over the place, as you can see in the video below.
"Here's the thing - you motherf--kers should have voted for somebody because Black Veil Brides won three years in a row," Biersack shouted, just to start picking on individual members of the audience, saying, "I know that you fat motherf--ker and you right there, you hate us, but I'm holding a heavy as s--t award so f--k with me right now motherf--kers!"
"Here's the thing - Black Veil Brides have a song on the radio, you have a f--king fat a--, f--k me come on! I don't care about what any of you fat bearded motherf--kers say, Black Veil Brides won the Best Song of the Year, in the end, this one goes out to Urban Flanders, f--k you!"
"In the End" comes off the group's latest studio effort "Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones." Released back in January, in debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart with 42,000 copies sold within the first week.