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PHOTO REVIEW: Black Veil Brides Are Stronger Than Ever On “Resurrection” Tour


It’s been quite a while since Black Veil Brides performed in front of their European fans, but honestly, it was worth the wait.
The band recently released their new record “Vale”, which was quickly followed by a ruthless touring schedule going through Europe, the UK and the United States of America.
These shows, which are co-headliner shows with Asking Alexandria, are happening in big venues for Black Veil Brides. We saw the band completely tear up Tilburg’s 013 in The Netherlands earlier this week. 
The band had previously played this venue once before in 2012, when the venue was a tad smaller as it is today. Since that performance, the band performed only once in The Netherlands in a headliner capacity in a venue of 1.500. This show was in front of a packed 3.000 audience who were beyond eager to see Black Veil Brides again.

Their setlist filled with tracks from “Vale”, aswell as a lot of tracks from “Wretched and Divine” were welcomed with a whirling pit and screaming fangirls. After all, it has been quite a while since the band been here, so all that energy piled up came out all at once.

The band has something so special, as each member of the band has something extraordinary going for them. They’re such unique and talented individuals, you never get tired of just looking at them one by one, watching how they’re playing their instruments (including the violin) and checking how their warpaint looks. With the release of “Vale” and this massive tour, the band once again put themselves on the map with the second part of the “Wild Ones” story. Hopefully, their tourcycle for Europe doesn’t end here, because we are hungry for more!

Luckily we were able to photograph the band’s performance and the many, many photos can be checked out in the gallery below. Don’t hesitate to post these photos wherever you like. If it wasn’t for you, we wouldn’t be able to get those photos in the first place!

All photos by Eva van Kuik