Black Veil Brides Sell Over 40,000 Copies of New Album in First Week, Lands on Billboard Top 10

by | Jan 16, 2013

In a time where record sales are in a slump, Black Veil Brides sold over 40,000 copies of their new album in its first week of release.

Wretched & Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones was released in the US on January 8th, and sold 42,000 units for week one, landing at number 7 on the Billboard 200.

The effort is a follow-up to 2011’s Set the World on Fire, which sold 23,000 copies its first week in the US.

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