The “Trinity of Terror” will briefly be only a “Duo of Terror,” as Black Veil Brides have bowed out of touring after singer Andy Biersack and “a number of different members” of the band’s touring crew have examined constructive for COVID.
Biersack posted a message to the band’s socials over the weekend, initially revealing the information to the band’s followers at their April 3 date in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. However because the message reveals, it sounds just like the band will likely be out of fee for a number of stops at least.
“Oshkosh, it’s with nice unhappiness that I share that BVB won’t be able to carry out tonight. Final evening after the present in Chicago I began to really feel an terrible illness come on out of the blue and developed a excessive fever and chills. Sadly after a number of checks it’s clear that each me and a number of other different members of the BVB touring crew at the moment have examined constructive for Covid,” acknowledged the singer.
He added, “For apparent causes and out of an abundance of warning we will likely be taking time away from the tour till we cleared to play once more. MIW, INK and Lilith Czar will nonetheless be performing every evening however must you desire a refund on your ticket they are going to be out there at your level of buy. We’re really sorry for this terrible scenario and promise to make it as much as any of you wanting ahead to seeing us as a part of the TOT tour as quickly as doable. Thanks on your understanding and we are able to’t wait to get again out onstage to sing with you all quickly.”
Whereas it isn’t identified how lengthy the band will likely be lacking from the tour, dates this week embrace stops in Fargo, North Dakota, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Indianapolis, Indiana and Pikeville, Kentucky. To see the entire tour dates for the “Tower of Trinity” run, verify right here.
We ship our greatest wished to Andy Biersack and members of the BVB crew for a speedy restoration and return to touring quickly.
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