A night inside London’s grade II listed Troxy, Black Veil Brides perfectly displayed their passion for not only their music, but their fans as well. With a mix of their most recent releases, and closing the show with 4 of the fan favourites from their early days on the scene, this tour was the perfect way to bring fans, old and new, together for one incredible night.
The interactions and and performances shown by every member of the band showed how, 13 years after their first studio album was released, Black Veil Brides are still the passionate and driven musicians they were when they last stepped foot on UK soil. Andy Biersack delivered a once in a lifetime performance, with emotion and power behind every song they performed.
The roaring applause after every song brought together a community of fans, most of whom have waited a decade to watch them perform, and Black Veil Brides did not disappoint. From start to finish, they engaged and captivated the crowd, taking us on a journey from joy to sorrow to empowerment with each song they played. This, to me, is a sign of unbeatable showmanship.
While we may be in for a long wait on another UK tour, Black Veil Brides have proved just how worth it that wait is