Now when we say intimate, we mean intimate. The two shows are scheduled for October 19 and 20, and are happening at the famous Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles. Which has a capacity of 500 people. So super intimate.
Tickets are available at 10am local time today here.
It feels like an eternity ago when our world was rocked by the rumours of a Black Veil Brides breakup. Andy Biersack talked to Rock Sound directly about the breakout rumours- here's a taster:
SO DESPITE ANYTHING THAT’S HAPPENED IN THE PAST 24 HOURS, THERE’S POSITIVITY IN THIS BAND? "The last time I saw everybody in person was at Download, and we had a great time and before that, in the rehearsals leading up we had built our schedule and plan for this release, so there’s plans in place. A record deal that was just signed. There’s a lot going on that to me takes precedence over the possibility that someone is saying that maybe we’re breaking up, because at the end of the day if I’d texted everybody and said, ‘Hey, is this happening?’ and someone said, ‘Yes, absolutely’, then maybe I’d be having a different conversation with you, but to my knowledge nothing has changed, so the positivity that was there this morning, the day before and tonight is the same."
IT SOUNDS LIKE BLACK VEIL BRIDES ARE HERE TO STAY. "Look, I’m only one member. I am the singer and I’m the guy who talks to you the most often and all of that, at the end of the day I can’t control how other people feel and react, and it’s not my place to. So if things change in the future, that’s only because everybody is their own individual, but I can tell you that as of right now my intention and seemingly the intention of everyone involved is to remain together and to kick ass on these Warped Tour shows, and to move onto the next chapter."
OKAY, THAT SOUNDS PRETTY CLEAR CUT. THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO SPEAK TO US. "Things happen, but whatever. I know what’s going on and we’re all going to meet up tonight and tomorrow we’ll be onstage together. I suppose it’s kind of bizarre to have an announcement of a band breaking up and then the very next day they’re onstage playing a show, but with Black Veil there’s always something odd, right? That’s kind of our thing."