As the world is experiencing the release of the band’s 6th full-length album The Phantom Tomorrow, Los Angeles rockers Black Veil Brides have released a live performance video for their latest single “Crimson Skies.” Filmed and directed by Edwin Daboub, the video is compilation of shows captured on the band’s recent co-headline tour of the United States. The video captures the energy and showmanship that Andy Biersack, Jake Pitts, Jinxx, Lonny Eagleton and Christian Comadisplay nightly on tour and that has garnered the band a loyal following around the globe. The live video for “Crimson Skies” can be seen here: https://youtu.be/W-dAzkwzLWc.
The Phantom Tomorrow is now available worldwide and has been released to critical and fan acclaim alike. The album is the 3rd concept album from Black Veil Brides and is the band’s most-ambitious release to date. The Phantom Tomorrowis comprised of a dozen tracks and has spawned the band’s first-ever US Top 10 Active Rock single, “Scarlet Cross.” The video for “Scarlet Cross” has been viewed over 8 million times and can be seen here: http://smarturl.it/scarletcross. The band has also released videos directed by Andy Biersack for “Fields Of Bone” (https://youtu.be/JR37XyIXqPg) and “Torch” (https://youtu.be/qyhJ7MRBOyo). The cover artwork for The Phantom Tomorrow was created by Eliran Kantor – known for his work with Testament, Hatebreed, Havok and Andy Black to name a few. The Phantom Tomorrow is produced by Erik Ron (Godsmack, Dance Gavin Dance, Bush) and co-produced by guitarist Jake Pitts – is available everywhere music is sold and streamed or in various bundle configurations here: www.phantomtomorrow.com.
The track listing for The Phantom Tomorrow is:
1) The Phantom Tomorrow (introduction)
2) Scarlet Cross
3) Born Again
5) Spectres (Interlude)
7) The Wicked One
8) Shadows Rise
9) Fields Of Bone
10) Crimson Sky
11) Kill The Hero
12) Fall Eternal
Black Veil Brides are currently out on the rescheduled The In-Between Tour in support of The Phantom Tomorrow – a co-headline tour with In This Moment. The 45-date run has been playing to packed houses across the United States and will be wrapping up in Atlanta, GA on November 21st. The list of remaining tour dates is below, and all VIP package and ticket information can be found at: http://blackveilbrides.net.
10/29 — Louisville, KY — Palace Theatre
10/30 — Columbus, OH — Express Live!
10/31 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE
11/2 — Cleveland, OH — Agora
11/3 — Detroit, MI — The Fillmore
11/5 — Stroudsburg, PA — Sherman Theater
11/6 — Montclair, NJ — Wellmont Theatre
11/7 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium
11/9 — Philadelphia, PA — Franklin Music Hall
11/10 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore
11/12 — Myrtle Beach, SC — House Of Blues
11/13 — Cherokee, NC — Harrah’s Cherokee Events Center
11/14 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works
11/16 — Richmond, VA — The National
11/17 — Greensboro, NC — Piedmont Hall
11/19 — Tampa, FL — Hard Rock Events Center
11/20 — Lake Buena Vista, CA — House Of Blues
11/21 — Atlanta, GA — The Tabernacle
Photo Credit: Joshua Shultz
L to R: Christian Coma (Drums), Jinxx (Guitars), Andy Biersack (Vocals), Jake Pitts (Guitars), Lonny Eagleton (Bass)
Like their band name suggests, Black Veil Brides evoke transcendent visions of an impenetrable hereafter, intermingling with a steely focus on the dark passions and elusive mysteries of the here and now. A romantic fantasy first summoned in a small town by founder Andy Biersack – a creative who was fascinated with death rock, theatricality, and monsters (both real and imagined). It wasn’t until moving to Los Angeles that the unstoppable force the band is currently was finalized. The band (and its members Andy Biersack, Jake Pitts, Jinxx, Lonny Eagleton, Christian Coma) Instagram and Twitter accounts command close to 10 million followers between them. Vale, the group’s most recent full-length album, went to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Albums chart. In the hearts and minds of their fans, Black Veil Brides represents an unwillingness to compromise and a resistance to critics (personal and professional), fueled by the same fire as the group’s own heroes, the iconoclasts whose creative output, once dismissed, is now canonized.