159 Andy Biersack Quotes That Impel You To Live Life King Size
Andrew Dennis Biersack, popularly known as Andy Biersack, is a celebrated pianist and singer who has taken American music industry by storm. He has joined the list of young and popular talents like Zarry, Shawn Mendes and Ed Sheeran who have hogged the glare. The lead vocalist and founder of the rock band ‘Black Veil Brides’ has become household name. His genre of music is along the lines of yesteryear bands like ‘Motley Crue’ and ‘Kiss’. In 2016, Biersack also released his first solo project, his debut album ‘The Shadow Side’ which was also well-received. He has also been a part of few commercials for ‘Montana Meth’ and ‘AT&T’. He has also been a part of the web series ‘Funny or Die’. Andy’s thoughts, views and opinions are filled with aspirations and enthusiasm. Read through the inspiring quotes and sayings by Andy Biersack that emphasize on believing in one’s capabilities.
You are at home when you're at a Black Veil Brides concert. Rock and roll is about having a good time. Bathe in your riches and friends, I'll stay here with my songbooks and pens Three things it would be extremely difficult to play a show without: makeup, my vocal cords and pants. I was 16 when we made the first song. We've been touring for half a decade together and we've had quite a bit of time spent learning our craft. You improve as a song writer and as a musician over time. You try so hard to make something that's fun and exciting, then all anyone wants to talk about is how no-one likes you. It gets very grinding. I had to let the chip I have on my shoulder about that go. I don't believe in ghosts, or fairies, or crystals, or unicorns, or a man that can walk on water, or any of that non sense, I personally rely on logic, and have for the better part of my life. I never advocate that you should be lonely, or come to my shows and bring me your razor blade to show me that you don't cut anymore. Every day, people say crappy things about my band or whatever, but I live a positive existence. I got through everything by virtue of having the same passion that I've had through the years. It`s so simple just like that, 'cause it`s a shame that where you`re at isn`t always where you really wanna be. Believe none of what you hear...and even less of what you see...this is what we`ll be. Never ran away for the sake of scars. Life is all about being true to yourself and what you believe in I didn't really get the chance to talk to girls. I was a straight boy with hormones kicking in, and I wanted to talk to girls, but they weren't interested in talking back to me, so there was a real sense of loneliness. It's a dangerous game to write a song for a person you don't know. It feels disingenuous. Something pure to burn away the darkness that hides inside my mind Because of the kind of music that I liked, and the different way that I dressed, it was kind of a perfect storm, creating a situation where I existed on my own throughout my schooling. I need to have something to source my energy to and something to remove me from my own weird brain. Never give in, never back down. I see so many bands, that are trying really hard to write for a person that they've never met. I get the idea behind it and the idea of helping people, but I feel you help people more by exposing yourself. Love is a power greater than death, just like the songs and stories told. I make more time to have fun in the life I'm living before I'm worm food. I know that isn't always easy and that there is self-harm in the world. Sometimes it's hard for people to rise above things. And death climbs up the steps one by one. I had a certain kind of disassociation from the other kids because I had more interest in sociology, ideas and trying to communicate those ideas to the kids around me. I tend to have a very analytical mind, I'm constantly thinking about how things can be better or different. Creating art or something beautiful makes you a more fulfilled person than they can ever be because they're caught up in what they hate rather than what they love. Like birds whose wings are broken, you live without direction! Aside from comic book heroes, the only real life heroes I had were musicians. We''d like to be welcomed with open arms and open legs The people that tell you what you enjoy is wrong, or come in your life and tell
you what you're wearing is wrong are miserable because they focus on the things
that they don't like. Each and every one of us has a fire that burns inside us. They can try like
hell to put it out, but as long as we know in our minds who we are meant to be,
they will never stand a chance. I would advocate that you show me your smiling face, and how happy you can make your life. You can't save the world...save YOUR heart. Be a catalyst & create a life where you are powerful. Rebel. Be happy & allow others happiness. Photograph each day so we can live forever And the people who say things to you about the way you look and the way you dress, they have nothing more to their lives. That's all they do, and you have something more in you. Pages of revelation lie open in your empty eyes of blue Finally, please remember this. If you EVER need something that you can stand behind, something to help you to take on and deflect all of the hatred of this often cruel world, you will ALWAYS have Black Veil Brides. Without someone telling you what you are doing is wrong, you can't say what you are doing is right. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to any of your heroes. Become what you wish to be. Rock and roll is about having a good time, so no matter
where you are right now blast some music and forget
about lifes problems. I had a goal, I had a dream... and at the end of the day no matter what people say to you as long as YOU know who you are as a person NOTHING else in the world
matters. Let love be your perfect weapon. Reverse petting zoo. You pet the animals, and they pet you back. Every sixty seconds you spend upset is a minute of happiness you'll never get back. Be who you want to be and not care about what others think. Where you are right now blast some music and forget. You don't fall in love with a gender, you fall in love with a person. Please remember, that even in your darkest moments, you still have the choice to focus your energy on the positive and create a better life. Take joy in who you are, we know our wings are flawed. Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, always be Batman. Live your life, listen to your music way to loud, be crazy and as different as you want to be and always remember your not alone There's absolutely no one in the world that can tell you can't do something. You're the only person that can set that limitation. Even if you don't like what I do, and you don't like my band, you might have a fan that likes both of us, and why would you wanna alienate them? All I ever wanted to do was be in a band. I left high school very early. I was 17. So I guess it wasn't that early, but I did not get a high school education. I wouldn't want to make the same record over and over again or look the same or be the same. I think that's just human life in general, though. The only real inspiration or muse that I have is just the life that I live. I don't think I necessarily am prepared to write about anybody else's life but mine. I have a super supportive family. Kiss will always be Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to me. If they can look past the fact that I happen to wear mascara on stage - which, by the way, is a ridiculous thing that people have a stigma about - then we promise a good rock show. We're not here to make the ignorant people happy. We're here to write our music for those people that are interested in good rock n' roll music. We're not trying to shock people with our image. Our music is never going to stop someone from bullying someone else. But you should be your own person. It's not easy to be the weird kid or the rebel. It's really important for us as a band, that when someone is giving us grief on stage, to show our fans how important it is that they stand up for themselves and that they feel confident in themselves. I've always been a big fan of utopian, future, new-world stories - 'V For Vendetta,' comic books, graphic novels. There was never a time when I wasn't making guitars out of cardboard or dressing up like the Misfits. I was this little kid writing songs. I look back at having that dream, and it's weird. Being able to do it and live out your dream on any scale is amazing. I don't take any of it for granted at all. It seems like a gross waste of time to continue our career predicated on the idea that we're going to divide opinion. What's more important is just doing something that you love. Whether I'm trying to or not, I have this inherent feeling that music is uplifting; it makes you feel victorious, and that makes you feel like you can take on the world. I was a little chubby kid that no girls ever talked to. I had little chance of becoming an internationally known rock star. Music was my escape and my belief system. I will say one thing: Mick Mars is one of the greatest songwriters I've ever met in my life and had the pleasure to work with. I had Batman stuff all over my house growing up. We want people to know they shouldn't feel like social pariahs just because they want to dress differently or listen to rock n' roll. I came from a town of about 2,000 people with one stop light, and I was told that nothing I ever wanted to do, I would succeed in. Nobody is convinced that Johnny Depp goes to Walmart dressed as Sweeney Todd, but everyone expects us to. We're entertainers. We're theatrical. A band like Avenged Sevenfold I've praised quite a bit publicly, because it's a band that has moved into that arena-size thing for a hard rock band. I'm not religious, but I understand the need for faith and hope. I like both antireligious and traditional Catholic imagery. My biggest love has always been the music Black Veil Brides make, but that doesn't mean I don't listen to or enjoy other things. Being able to be one of the headline bands on Warped Tour was a dream I had since I was in middle school. In terms of stage presence for me, I'm influenced by a myriad of things. A lot of punk performers, people like Dave Vanian from The Damned and Davey Havok from AFI was a huge influence on me when I was younger. I'm real pleased and humbled by the support that the fans show. The older I get, the more interest I have in writing other kinds of music. Our shows have always been sort of an all-generations thing, people from 6 to 60. You can't deny a band whose fans will literally do anything to see them win the awards. We're very appreciative to the fan base. That mutual feeling of appreciation is something that really helps. The devotion of the BVB Army, with its very big online presence, is amazing. We've been fortunate from the very beginning. It was something that was really able to spur on our career. Being a singer, I can easily break facial extremities, but breaking my nose in Luxembourg was extremely painful. On Warped Tour in Boise, Idaho, I broke my tooth on the mic. I took a pretty significant chunk out of my tooth and had to have it sanded down. It wasn't the most painful injury, but it was the most unexpected one. I just don't really think about death. I never anticipated seeing 40. As you get older, you realize you're not that cool. You also realize the people you called posers are just people like you. I knew that my love for the Sisters of Mercy, Lords of the New Church and that kind of stuff, was never going to lend itself well to a direct interpretation in Black Veil Brides. One of the things that always disappointed me as a kid, growing up, was when you could tell the singer had a fancy for something different and turned the band into something else. More than anything, I write about what I know. The experiences that I've had in my life and that we've all had collectively, that's what we draw from.
I don't do anything unless I think about it six months in advance.
If you nominate us for something, we're going to win.
I have no goal to have artistic credibility.
For us, we are interested in doing what's cool for us and what's cool for the audience. That's it.
We've won both the best and worst band in so many major magazines - we just get written off so much, but we don't care. For us, all we care about is maintaining what we do as a band.