Black Veil Bride’s frontman Andy Biersack is quite the busy guy. Having released his first solo album, The Shadow Side, just last year under the moniker Andy Black, Biersack is getting ready to hit the road with the Van’s Warped Tour this summer. Black Veil Brides recently wrapped up recording for their fifth studio album, which will most likely be unveiled later this year. Biersack also plays fictional rockstar Johnny Faust in the film American Satan. And because that’s not possibly enough for one man to handle, he’s also finding the time to host the Alternative Press Music Awards on July 17 (you can watch the hilarious announcement video featuring Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat from All Time Low here).
On top of all that, Biersack co-hosts a weekly internet web show, aptly named The Andy Show. The hour-long episodes appear on Patreon.com, a website used to raise money for content creators. In order to watch, you need to become a Patron, pledging as little as $2 a month.
However, you can watch weekly minisodes for free on their YouTube channel.
This isn’t your average boring talkshow. Biersack, along with his cousin/co-host Joe Flanders, play ridiculous games, give sarcastic film reviews and have a good time entertaining themselves as much as they’ll entertain you.
Here’s a taste of what you can expect in the weekly minisodes:
And if you’re trying to decide whether or not to hit up the newest movie releases, The Andy Show is your best guide, giving detailed, albeit vastly incorrect, reviews of box office hits. Just check out their take on Fate of the Furious below.
Biersack is no stranger to the YouTube community. He was also a regular on his cousin’s fictitious web series “Average Joe,” in which we see Flanders’ character going through life in the most awkward ways possible. (Fair warning, this is intended for adult audiences. If you’d like to check it out, feel free to click here for the least offensive, but possibly funniest, episode.)
Yes, Biersack has a lot on his plate, but he’s totally rocking it, pun fully intended. With so many projects going on, who knows what’s next for this guy? More tours, music and films, perhaps? We can’t wait to find out – but honestly, Andy, it’s okay to take a break. We’ll wait.
Featured image courtesy of The Andy Show TV.