PIERCE THE VEIL On the Road with Chiodos

SAN DIEGO, CA – Freshly back from a tour across the United Kingdom with The Blackout, Equal Vision recording artist Pierce The Veil are continuing their trek with labelmates (and fellow Reybee Production clients) Chiodos in support of their recently released debut A Flair for the Dramatic.

Having built a solid fan base in the underground SoCal music scene that birthed blink-182, Pinback, As I Lay Dying, and Thrice, among countless others, Pierce The Veil has been making waves into the mainstream with their unique brand of melody and artistic rhythm found on their debut album, A Flair For The Dramatic. With solid critical acclaim from Alternative Press (“Buoyed by shape-shifting, vicious rock underpinnings, Pierce the Veil effortlessly infuse everything from acoustics to electronics in the new assault”) to Suburban Horror (“…what every fan wants to hear and what every band wishes they sounded like”) to Metal Hammer (“… a well thought-out and effectively executed debut”), Pierce the Veil are prepared to launch their next strike on the road this Fall, constructing upwards from previous tour stints with peers such as Portugal the Man, Poison the Well, Alesana, and Fear Before The March of Flames among others.

Pierce The Veil’s unusual song structures provide the foundation for complex guitar lines and contrasting beautiful / abrasive vocals to mingle and form each and every memorable hook. The undeniable sonic connection between brothers Victor and Michael Fuentes (guitar/vocals and percussion, respectively) jumps out of the crisp-sounding album, which was produced by the up-and-coming producer Casey Bates (Chiodos,Fear Before The March of Flames, Portugal The Man) at his suburban Seattle studios.

TOUR DATES

With Chiodos
Nov 4 Marquee Theatre Tempe, Arizona
Nov 7 The Door Dallas, Texas
Nov 8 Meridian Houston, Texas
Nov 9 The Village Little Rock, Arkansas
Nov 10 The Masquerade Atlanta, Georgia
Nov 11 Jannus Landing St. Petersburg, Florida
Nov 12 House Of Blues-Orlando Orlando, Florida
Nov 13 Revolution Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Nov 15 House Of Blues-Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach, SC
Nov 16 Tremont Music Hall Charlotte, NC
Nov 17 The Norva Norfolk, Virginia

With From First to Last
Nov 19 The Mad Hatter Covington, Kentucky
Nov 20 Peabody’s Cleveland, Ohio

Nov 21 Mojoes Rock House Tinley Park, Illinois
Nov 23 The Door Dallas, Texas
Nov 24 Java Jazz Houston, Texas
Nov 25 White Rabbit San Antonio, Texas
Nov 27 Grand Emporium Kansas City, Missouri
Nov 28 Marquee Theatre Denver, Colorado
Nov 29 Avalon Theatre Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov 30 The Venue Boise, Idaho
Dec 1 The Hawthorne Theater Portland
Dec 2 El Corazon Seattle
Dec 4 The Exit Fresno
Dec 5 Glasshouse Pomona, California
Dec 7 Troubadour Los Angeles, California
Dec 8 Golden State Hall Bakersfield, California

Dec 9 Slim’s San Francisco, California

Author: James McQuiston

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