Wretched And Divine came in at number 13 on Ourzone Magazine's list of Albums of the Year! Here's what they said about it:
Love them or hate them, with this release it’s time to admit that Black Veil Brides know how to play. Christ, do they know how to play. The guitar work on this album is a tour de force. If you’re a fan of rock or metal in any form there is no longer any excuse to rubbish the band’s output. It has so many layers, tones, rhythms and ideas that the scope of the creativity involved in this release becomes mind boggling.
Kim Hageman and Nylo de Meijer took some photos at the show on November 23rd in Amsterdam and you can see the photos and read a review of the show HERE.
LA Music Blog posted a review of the first show of the Outbreak Tour.
Black Veil’s devout followers packed the floor, singing and sweating along with BVB’s arsenal of hits including “Let You Down” and “Fallen Angels.” But it was the set-ending “In the End” that left the crowd wanting more.
You can read the full review HERE.
Hours before the doors opened at 7:00pm Black Veil Brides fans lined up outside the venue creating a line about ½ mile long down Sunset Blvd. The Black Veil Brides sleazy, glam rock style was represented by most fans in attendance with leather, lots of hairspray and face paint as well as lots of Black Veil Brides t-shirts – all in support of their favorite band, Black Veil Brides.
Check out the full review HERE.
The band was on top of their game tonight. Drummer CC was nothing but a vision of arms and hair as he took to setting the pace for the night behind his double kick kit. Guitarists Jake and Jinxx were constantly moving from one side of the stage to the other to make sure their fans all got a glimpse of their fretwork and solos. Bassist Ashley was all over the place tonight, thanks to a wireless mic headpiece. He was feverishly running from one spot on the stage to the next in order to leave no stone unturned. Band founder and leader, Andy, knew what he was there to do and did it well. His presence was commanding as he moved the band through the rest of the set list, including tracks like “All Your Hate,” another rocking high spot “Youth And Whiskey,” and through the final song of the encore, “In The End.”
Check out the full review on 100% Rock Magazine!
As the stage is set up for the last time on this tour, the chants and screams in the room were deafening; of course Black Veil Brides were up last and we had been promised explosives from various tweets throughout the day…and they were not wrong.
Check out the full review on Indulge Sound!
There's a great review of the February 5th show in Bristol on Guide 2 Bristol;
After the first chord was struck, female fans launched themselves forwards, struggling to hold back their emotions, and collapsing from pure ecstasy; it was like nothing I had ever seen in Bristol, let alone the academy. Andy Beirsack, the efficacious lead singer, laps up the commotion and actively encourages the discotheque of appreciation with a demanding stage presence brimming with greed. These guys know that they are beloved and they want more.
Check out the full review HERE.