Related: Black Veil Brides’ Andy Biersack Says the Band Will Not Sell Out Both Biersack and Simms posted the exciting news on Instagram yesterday (April 18), with photos from their big day.
“Yesterday evening we had a beautiful intimate ceremony with our friends and family and I married my best friend in the world,” Biersack wrote on Instgram, adding a photo of him holding and kissing his bride. Thank you to everyone who came to support us, it was such a magical night filled with love and laughs.” He continued to thank his friends and family who attended the wedding, adding that he is “incredibly excited to start this new chapter in my life with my soul mate.” Yesterday evening we had a beautiful intimate ceremony with our friends and family and I married my best friend in the world. Thank you to everyone who came to support us, it was such a magical night filled with love and laughs.
He's been seen in the studio with everyone from Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump to My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way and 5 Seconds of Summer's Ashton Irwin. This weekend, however, the guy made headlines for something a bit more personal: Biersack tied the knot with longtime better half and fellow musician Juliet Simms.
You can check out photos from their wedding day above and below.
They visited artist Shaun Kama in November 2013, right before Andy departed for a European tour with his band Black Veil Brides.
Juliet Simms’ skull tattoo on her left middle finger knuckle was first done at Shamrock Social Club in September 2012 (bottom right) with three bent teeth.
Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba (now of Blink-182 fame) is on the full-length; it's produced by Goldfinger frontman John Feldmann.
Andy: We didn’t meet, but we officially started dating here. People feel like they know you more when you’re on TV, when you’re on a highly rated television show for a year almost…POZ: You’re in their living room every week. When I’m performing to kids, people, grownups, or whatever; everyone has been there and everybody has the same things in their minds. When I’m performing or doing whatever I’m doing with an audience, I kind of just feel like “we are who we are, let’s all connect and be one right now.”Does performing feel different post- I’ve found my voice. I’m going to fucking take a shower and be done with it! On you were coached by Cee-Lo Green and you’ve continued working with him afterwards. Juliet: I performed with him a couple weeks ago on his new single. And whether or not we do an album together, I’m going to be… And if I do what I did on the show in my own music, I feel like that will connect with my audience, because there’s a demand for it and it’s missing. And it’s all about making vows and promises – to yourself, or to somebody else. There are a lot of little scenes, but not one overriding scene anymore.
As you mentioned on stage, today is your and Andy’s anniversary – you met here at the Long Island Warped Tour two years ago? So many of the stagehands and people who work on my stage all have a different perspective on her; like “oh, my wife loves you from the show.” For somebody who’s been on Warped Tour for a hundred years to now be like “I watched you at home while you were on my TV.” Television has such an interesting impact. Juliet: Honestly, what’s happening right now is, I’m in negotiations with Universal Records. You have a bracelet company called Never Take It Off. Juliet: What’s really great about the company is that it started on 2011 on Warped Tour; it started with the record I released, . One thing I’ve noticed this year is that it seems like a very fractured tour.
Senior Writer Jesse Richman sat down with Juliet Simms and Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides) at Warped Tour a week or so ago for an incredibly in-depth interview. Most of the year we don’t get to spend as much time together as we’d like to, because of tours and schedules. Andy: I get up every morning at the buttcrack of dawn and help her set up her merch, and…Juliet: Even on Warped Tour, where this amazing rockstar should be sleeping in bed until 3PM, he’s getting up in the morning and carrying things, finding people with me, helping out with street teamers, and doing everything with me. Juliet: The song was very much inspired by the fact that I’d have fans come to me in person or through Facebook, Twitter, fan letters, all of that, and I’d read them. I feel like one of the reasons why we’ve connected so much is that we have a lot of the same mentality. I am going to get an album done this year for sure and out. Andy: You know, there are different divisions of punk rock, and people who believe “only this is punk rock” and “only this is punk rock.” And within that, bands started to tread that line.
We spoke with Simms and Biersack about Warped Tour, How are you guys doing? But actually, every tour that she’s done since I’ve been on. It’s absolutely incredible how much he’s been helping me. Right now it’s such a controversial time right now – there’s bullying. You go back even to the 80’s, when the glam rock stuff was going on, and that was “heavy metal.” These bands like GBH, all these bands that were teasing up their hair and doing glam rock albums, like TSOL that cross that line.