By Cariad Craig-Hunt
After a long awaited return, Black Veil Brides finally made their comeback to the UK. This time, it was sold out show in the O2 Academy Bristol.
I had been looking forward to this date ever since the tour was announced, and now I was lucky enough to have the chance the photograph and review it!
Black Veil Brides had two very talented bands on tour to support them- Lilith Czar and Cemetery Sun.
First up was Cemetery Sun, an indie/alt band from California. They started off with their song, Fake Love- from their self titled album which was released in 2016. I’m not the biggest fan of indie music, but I definitely enjoyed their set!
Next up was Lilith Czar, this was the first time I had heard of this artist so I was intrigued as to what to expect. Lilith jumped on stage with energy, I loved her vibe and energy straight away and was excited to see what she could do. She hit it off with her song, ‘100 little deaths’ and instantly, I fell in love with her music. I will definitely be adding her to my playlist.
Now it’s time for the band we’ve all been waiting for, Black Veil Brides. I was shaking with excitement because I’ve got to admit, they were one of my favourite bands growing up.
Andy Biersack strutted on stage, dressed in a full suit and vampire makeup on. The crowd screamed as they kicked off with their famous- Crimson Skies.
I loved every second of their set and can’t wait to hopefully photograph them in the future.