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Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones - Ultimate Edition


Download links and information about Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones - Ultimate Edition by Black Veil Brides. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:46:59 minutes.

Artist: Black Veil Brides
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:46:59
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No. Title Length
1. Exordium 0:24
2. I Am Bulletproof 3:34
3. New Years Day 3:25
4. F.E.A.R. Transmission 1: Stay Close 0:35
5. Wretched and Divine 3:37
6. We Don't Belong 3:36
7. F.E.A.R. Transmission 2: Trust 0:20
8. Devil's Choir 2:57
9. Resurrect the Sun 4:34
10. Overture 1:37
11. Shadows Die 5:25
12. Abeyance 0:14
13. Days Are Numbered 3:40
14. Done For You 2:33
15. Nobody's Hero 3:35
16. Lost It All 5:19
17. F.E.A.R. Transmission 3: As War Fades 0:58
18. In the End 3:48
19. F.E.A.R: Final Transmission 0:54
20. Revelation 3:35
21. Victory Call 3:34
22. Let You Down 3:31
23. Wretched and Divine ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 4:19
24. I Am Bulletproof ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 3:39
25. Lost It All ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 6:00
26. New Years Day ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 3:47
27. Days Are Numbered ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 3:56
28. Resurrect the Sun ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 4:44
29. Shadows Die ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 7:47
30. Done For You ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 2:16
31. In the End ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 4:40
32. Wretched and Divine ((Legion of the Black) [Opening Credits]) 4:06



With their third album, Black Veil Brides complete their transformation from a heavily made-up metalcore band to a full-fledged gothic glam metal band, mixing drama and swagger on the sprawling and conceptual Wretched & Divine. Channeling the freewheeling power of Mötley Crüe into their moody sound, the album finds the band really carving out a niche for themselves among the faceless waves of metalcore/post-hardcore acts. While the 19-song Wretched & Divine is ostensibly a concept album complete with a two-act structure and recurring elements, stripping those elements away reveals an album that is, at its core, a pretty straightforward set of ripping glam metal. Though the conceptual elements do a great job of tying the album into the band's dark image, the music at the heart of the album is solid all on its own. That said, the two come together to create a pretty entertaining package of over the top rock & roll escapism, drawing the listener into the gloomy world created by Black Veil Brides before attempting to rock their socks off with some old-fashioned riffage and big singalong choruses. For fans of the band, the transition from metalcore to third wave glam will have been a (relatively) long time coming, given their steady transition to make their sound match their teased-out appearance. For anyone else who might've picked up this album and immediately began searching for the release date after seeing the bands photo on the back cover, Wretched & Divine is a solid album of neo-hard rock that might just be the thing your inner Crüe fan has been looking for. [Wretched and Divine was also released as a CD/DVD package.]