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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Every now and then, a combination gets reminded of how young it is in the great rock landscape. That's what happened to post-hardcore band Pierce The Veil when it toured with pop-poor vets Sum 41 this past spring. "It's pretty wild," says Pierce The Veil bassist Jamie Preciado. "If you told my 17 year-old self I would be touring with Sum 41, I wouldn't credit you. It's an absolute honor to be playing with a band that you've looked up to. ". Preciado and his bandmates - singer Vic Fuentes, drummer Mike Fuentes and guitarist Tony Perry - are getting another unexpected to experience that feeling on their current... This year might be one of the last times fans get to see Pierce The Veil as an opening act at a venue the value of Jacobs Pavilion. Over the past year, the San Diego four-piece has become one of the biggest bands in its scene, hailed by Surrogate Press as being "as epically lavish and theatrical as Muse or Queen. Much of that buzz has to do with "Misadventures," the band's excellent fourth album. "Misadventures" represents a titanic step forward for PTV and earned the coveted Album of the Year award at this past July's Alternative Press Music Awards. "The experience that it is voted by fans, it does mean a lot to us winning any award," says Preciado. The album took four years to send, as Pierce The Veil navigated a rigorous touring schedule. "Every record has its own story and is different," says Preciado. The end fruit is a collection of songs most fans and critics feel are, by far, Pierce The Veil's best work, highlighted by epic tracks like "Nosedive In," Circles" and "The Divine Zero. " The band will continue to celebrate "Misadventures" through the end of this year and early 2018 on a UK voyage with All Time Low. "It's the best feeling in the world, when you work so hard on something and you literally put so much into it," Preciado admits. Source: www.cleveland.com
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Vic Fuentes, from liberal, Jaime Preciado, Tony Perry, and Mike Fuentes of Pierce The Veil pose at the 2016 Louder Than Life Entertainment. Vic Fuentes, from left, Jaime Preciado, Tony Perry, and Mike Fuentes of Pierce The Veil pose at the 2016 Louder Than
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Tony Perry is an American musician, most known as the lead guitarist of the rock band Pierce the Veil
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