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Set the World on Fire is the second studio album by American rock band Black Veil Brides, released through Lava Records/Universal Republic Records on June 14, 2011.[6] It is the first Black Veil Brides album with drummer Christian "CC" Coma, who succeeded Sandra Alvarenga on drums after the latter's departure to join the band Modern Day Escape.

The title track, "Set the World on Fire," was intended for use in Scream 4, but it was not included in the film. Instead, an extended preview was released for fans.[7] "Fallen Angels" was the first single released in support of the album, accompanied by a music video directed by Nathan Cox.[8] On May 3, a preview for another song titled "Youth and Whisky", was released online.[9] It was then announced that the single had been pushed back on iTunes to May 10, and would be provided free of charge to those who pre-ordered the album simultaneously. The full track listing of the album was released on iTunes, with an exclusive bonus track, titled "Smoke and Mirrors".[10]

On May 10, official pre-order packages became available on the official BVB Army website.[11] On May 23, it was announced that the song "Set the World on Fire" would be featured in Transformers: Dark of the Moon and would be the official theme song for WWE Hell in a Cell (2011).[12] During a live stream from Black Veil Brides Stickam channel on May 30, they announced that the music video for their next single, "The Legacy" would premiere on YouTube on June 6, 2011. The next music video to be released from the album was "Rebel Love Song". Two months after being announced, the music video was released via YouTube on October 19, 2011.

The album shows Black Veil Brides abandoning the metalcore genre and moving to genres such as hard rock, heavy metal and glam metal.[13][14][1][15][16][17] The album also contains elements of speed metal.[1] The song "Saviour" has a small amount of screaming vocals.[16][18][1][19]

The album was recorded at the Pulse Recording Studio in Los Angeles over a period of several months, and was roughly finished in the Spring of 2011 under the supervision of Josh Abraham (Linkin Park, Velvet Revolver, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Korn, etc.). The Demo CDs were labeled Black Veil Brides Greatest Hits by Biersack, as he believed that they had grown both lyrically and musically.[20] After recording had wrapped up, it was revealed their main influence was Def Leppard's Hysteria, in the way the album was recorded and produced.[17]

The album debuted at number 17 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.[21] The album reached #73 on the Canadian Albums Chart.[22] It also achieved moderate success in the United Kingdom by reaching number 3 in the UK Rock Chart.

Critical reaction to the album was mixed to positive, with the album mostly being considered an improvement over their previous album. On Metacritic, the album received a score of 67 out of 100, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Several reviewers were positive with Todd Jolicouer of The Rock Pit saying, "The vocals are perfectly balanced with the guitar solos", and "This disc is light years ahead of their debut". Jen Thomas of Rock Sound had a mixed opinion of the album. He expresses this when he says "The sound no longer matches the carefully created image but the music's decent none the less".

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