Wednesday, November 12, 2014


Canada and United States Run Slated For Next February With Memphis May Fire And Ghost Town

First Ever Live DVD Slated For June 2015

(November 12th, 2014 – New York, NY) – While the current sold-out Black Mass tour rolls on, Black Veil Brides have announced another string of dates scheduled for next February 2015. The 18-city Black Mass 2015 tour kicks off on February 5th in Richmond, VA and wraps up on March 1st in San Diego, CA. The tour will make select stops in the United States before crossing over the border in to Canada for the bands long-awaited return north. The band will be playing 9 shows in Canada making stops Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver to name a few before returning to the United States for the final 4 shows. Opening the Black Mass 2015 shows will be special guests Memphis May Fire and Ghost Town. Tickets for the Black Mass 2015 will be on-sale on Friday November 14th via

Black Veil Brides are currently on The Black Mass 2014 headline tour that runs through mid-December. The 37-date trek is making stops in Kansas City, New York and Orlando and will wrap up on December 15th in Albuquerque, NM. Falling In Reverse, Set It Off and Drama Club have been tapped as the support bands for The Black Mass 2014. Tickets and VIP packages for the tour are currently on sale and links can be found at

Black Veil Brides have announced the release of the first live DVD of their career. The DVD is slated for release in June 2015 and is taken from the band’s sold-out hometown show in Los Angeles at the Wiltern Theater on November 1st. The show was part of the band’s inaugural Halloweekend event as part of The Black Mass Tour. The DVD was directed by Casey Tebo, known for his work on the acclaimed Aerosmith documentary, Rock For The Rising Sun. Pre-order packages for the live DVD will be announced soon.

Black Veil Brides latest album skyrocketed to #1 on the iTunes Rock Chart, #4 on the iTunes overall album chart, and to top 10 on iTunes in over 20 countries when it was released. It debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 album charts giving Black Veil Brides their second consecutive Top 10 album. Black Veil Brides has been getting fan and critical acclaim alike with Alternative Press (a magazine the band graces the December cover of) describing it as, “…big guitars, big drums and bigger hooks, stitched together by the band’s tireless championing of the outsider.” ArtistDirect recently raved, “This is the one you’ve all been waiting for…This is their Black album.” The band recently released the video for the song “Goodbye Agony.” The video can be seen here: Longtime Black Veil Brides’ director Patrick Fogarty, who also directed the video for “Heart Of Fire” which has already reached millions of views, directed this video. “Heart of Fire” can be seen here: Black Veil Brides was produced by studio legend Bob Rock, known for producing some of rock’s most successful albums including Metallica’s Black Album and Motley Crüe’s Dr. Feelgood.

Black Veil Brides have been continually building momentum and expanding their ever-growing “BVB Army” since the release of their first album We Stitch These Wounds. Their debut video, “Knives And Pens” has been viewed over 100 million times on YouTube. The band has also released critically acclaimed albums including Set The World On Fire and Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones respectively. Their last release was their first Top 10 on the Billboard and it soared to the #1 Spot on the iTunes Top Album Chart and the iTunes Rock Chart.  Black Veil Brides recently won an award at the inaugural Alternative Press Music Award in Cleveland for Most Dedicated Fans. This award goes alongside their numerous Kerrang awards and three Revolver Golden God Awards.

Black Veil Brides is Andy Biersack (vocals), Jake Pitts (guitars), Jinxx (guitars/violin), Ashley Purdy (bass) and Christian “CC” Coma (drums).



Nov 12th      Kansas City, MO     Uptown Theater
Nov 14th      Indianapolis, IN     Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Nov 15th      Royal Oak, MI     Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov 16th      Cleveland, OH     The Agora Theater
Nov 17th      Pittsburgh, PA     Stage AE
Nov 19th      Philadelphia, PA     The Electric Factory
Nov 21st      Stroudsburg, PA     Sherman Theater
Nov 22nd      Worcester, MA     Palladium
Nov 23rd      New York, NY     Best Buy Theater
Nov 26th      Portland, ME     State Theatre
Nov 28th     Clifton Park, NY     Upstate Concert Hall
Nov 29th      Silver Springs, MD     The Fillmore Silver Spring
Dec 2nd      Louisville, KY     Expo Five
Dec 3rd      Atlanta, GA     The Tabernacle
Dec 4th      Orlando, FL     House of Blues Orlando

Dec 5th     Charlotte, NC     The Fillmore Charlotte
Dec 6th      Norfolk, VA     The NorVa
Dec 8th      Grand Rapids, MI     Orbit Room
Dec 9th      St. Louis, MO     The Pageant
Dec 11th      Houston, TX     Bayou Music Center
Dec 12th      Dallas, TX     South Side Ballroom
Dec 13th      San Antonio, TX     Backstage Live
Dec 15th      Albuquerque, NM     Sunshine Theatre



Feb 5th     Richmond, VA     The National
Feb 6th     Sayreville, NJ     Starland Ballroom
Feb 7th     Hartford, CT     Webster Theater
Feb 8th      Huntington, NY     The Paramount
Feb 11th      Watertown, NY     Exhibition Hall
Feb 12th      Quebec City, QC     Imperial De Quebec
Feb 13th      Montreal, QC     Metropolis
Feb 14th      London, ON     London Music Hall
Feb 15th      Toronto, ON     Danforth Music Hall
Feb 18th      Winnipeg, MB     The Garrick Center
Feb 19th      Saskatoon, SK     O’Brians Event Centre
Feb 20th      Calgary, AB     Macewan Hall Ballroom
Feb 22nd      Edmonton, AB     The Starlite Room
Feb 25th      Vancouver, BC     Vogue Theater
Feb 26th      Eugene, OR     McDonald Theatre
Feb 27th      Sacramento, CA     Ace Of Spades
Feb 28th      Pomona, CA     The Fox Theater
Mar 1st      San Diego, CA     House Of Blues

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