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.
"Tracks from Set The Word On Fire seemed to get a better response overall, perhaps outlining the amount of new recruits to the Black Veil Brides Army. The passionate “Love Isn’t Always Fair” and the emotionally wrought “God Bless You” were sung at full pelt. Andy held out his mike stand during both number’s hugely catchy choruses, taking in the crowds overwhelming response."
Read the full review and check out some photos HERE.
Tracey Welch has posted a review and some photos of BVB's show in Leeds HERE.
"Clad in black, leather and chains, black spiked hair, oh and don’t forget the face-paint – tonight in a warm Wolverhampton, all the way from Hollywood, California, comes the crazy world that is the world of the Black Veil Brides. It’s the highly anticipated re-scheduled date, after lead singer Biersack had an argument with a drum riser, sustaining concussion and a broken nose at a Luxembourg gig last year.
The Black Veil Brides consist of Andy Biersack on vocal duties, Ashley Purdy on bass, Jack Pitts lead guitar, Jinxx on guitar and Christian “C.C.” Coma on drums. 2011 saw a series of accolades on the back of their second studio album ‘Set the World on Fire’ including MTV Favourite Breakthrough Band and Revolver magazine 20 best albums of 2011. This is part of a seven day run that sees them throughout the UK, tonight here in Wolves it’s a sold out gig – tickets just £15."
Read the full review and see photos from the show HERE.
Rock SP posted a review of BVB's show at the Carioca Club in São Paulo. The review is in Portuguese, so if you can't read it, you can still enjoy the photos! Check it out HERE.