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Black Veil Brides: We're impressed with Peavey amps
Black Veil Brides, a new US punk rock band, have toured the world with a whole host of Peavey amplifiers to boost the sound of their music.
The electric guitar player Jinxx said they had a month to write the record, meaning they had to "write like crazy every day".
He added: "The first time we tried the Peavey 6505 Series, we plugged in and didn't have to fiddle with the knobs at all—it sounded great right away.
"With these amps, everything cuts through so clearly. Jake [Pitts] and I do a lot of dual leads, and we never get buried in the mix."
The band caught the public eye with their fantastically flamboyant gothic-rock sartorial style and their first viral hit Knives and Pens.
Since then, the band has gone on to release a video to accompany the song, which has so far seen 27 million hits online.
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