BLACK VEIL BRIDES To Play Two Intimate Los Angeles Shows

BLACK VEIL BRIDES To Play Two Intimate Los Angeles Shows

BLACK VEIL BRIDES will play two special, intimate concerts in Los Angeles this fall. The two shows will take place October 19 and October 20 at the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, California.

BLACK VEIL BRIDES are continuing to tour in support of their fifth album, "Vale", which came out on January 12 via Lava/Universal Republic. The follow-up to BLACK VEIL BRIDES' 2014 self-titled effort was produced by John Feldmann at his Southern California studio.

BLACK VEIL BRIDES bassist Ashley Purdy made headlines last month for saying during an appearance on a since-deleted "Another FN Podcast" episode that this summer's Vans Warped Tour dates would be "the last time" to see BLACK VEIL BRIDES.

One day after BLACK VEIL BRIDES singer Andy Biersack did a round of interviews shooting down the split report, Purdy took to his Twitter account to give his side of the story, insisting that his words were taken out of context.


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