These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
"Kill the Lights": Deeply cynical song about how fairy tales are all fake, but we have to pretend that they're real so we don't realise how depressing our world really is and commit suicide, or a simple breakup song comparing the story of two lovers to fairy tales and how it didn't work out, unlike the tales?
Also, if you know the band's real names, don't post them in public. The fans will not be amused.
Fandom Rivalry: The Violet Prisoners versus the BVB Army. It began when TBM did an American tour with three other bands: Black Veil Brides, Aural Vampire and Dommin. While the Violet Prisoners were delighted with Aural Vampire and Dommin, the general consensus was that BVB sucked and shouldn't be on the tour. Nobody liked their music and there was a lot of disdain for their fans. Things got heated when the tour turned from a TBM-headlining tour to a TBM and BVB co-headlining tour. Despite Chibi and Rhim attempting to calm the fans down, hatred for BVB got worse when news came in from concert-goers about Andy Biersack's bad behaviour. After that, the fans agreed that the rest of BVB were all right (despite the bad music) and focused their hatred on Andy, which accelerated when one V Per reported that Andy had exposed himself to the audience (which included many teenage girls) and especially after a rumour circulated that Andy had insulted Chibi. Finally, the tour ended, but the V Pers aren't going to stop hating BVB and their fans for a while.
Fridge Brilliance: This Troper always felt that the vocal part of "Nevermind" ended rather abruptly, as if it needed another verse and chorus instead of the last instrumental part. Then they realised the last line of the song is "Has left me nothing kind to say." If you've got nothing kind to say, don't say anything at all!
TBM's Nightmare Fuel is intensified by the fact that occasionally, Chibi sounds like a prepubescent girl. With songs like "Under The Stairs" and "Blue", that freaks a lot of people out and gives the songs a very nasty edge.