There has been a lot of traveling lately from my side and unfortunately I was not able to post here, but wanted to make a post about The Black Veil Brides show since I’ve been there last week.
I was really looking forward to it but my impressions and experience were kind of mixed. Let’s start with the fact that there was a huge pause between the supporting act and the main act, something that in my opinion does not really make your adrenaline pump out even more, until the moment that you see your band coming out on stage, but it makes you feel a lot bored almost ready to get pissed off.
The second and most important part, always talking in my opinion, is that Andy was not really what I expected from a vocalist. He was on and off the tone all time time. I had read while before the show in Stockholm that they had to cancel a show somewhere here in Europe due to Andy’s voice condition. And then they got back on track for the rest of the tour. So this makes me wonder a bit, if your voice is not okay to sing on a tour, why do you do it? I know that the 14 year old kids would be happy to see you anyway but I also know that there are people in shows who are there for the music and not for the pretty faces or the tones of beer.
All in all, I never talk bad about bands, I totally understand how much effort and energy a tour needs, how many people have to work for it and how much money loss there is when a show is cancelled, but I also want to be honest when I write things about the shows I check out and the bands that I like or happen to see, and most important I want to be honest towards whoever chooses to read this review because this is the reason I started this blog in the first place. 🙂
Unfortunately I did not have a photo pass and was standing a lot far from the stage so the pics are a lot blurry and I apologize for this.
Have a great day my music friends! 🙂