Victor Vincent Fuentes, widely known as Vic Fuentes, is an accomplished American singer, songwriter, and musician renowned for his contributions to post-hardcore and punk rock music. He was born in San Diego, California, United States, on February 10, 1983.
Fuentes began honing his skills at an early age, picking up the guitar and showcasing his vocal prowess by the age of seven. This dedication to his craft eventually led him to make the bold decision to drop out of college when his first band, Before Today, secured a record deal.
In 2006, Fuentes co-founded the highly successful band Pierce The Veil alongside Mike Fuentes, Tony Perry, and Jaime Preciado. This collaborative endeavor has proven to be a resounding triumph, catapulting the band to new heights of popularity. Fuentes's notable discography with Pierce The Veil features several chart-topping singles, including "King For A Day," "A Match Into Water," "Hell Above," and "Bulletproof Love." Their critically acclaimed albums, such as "A Flair for the Dramatic," "The Jaws of Life," and "Collide with the Sky".
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