Black Veil Brides share live clip of ‘Faithless’ from forthcoming DVD ‘Alive And Burning’

Black Veil Brides DVD cover crop

Black Veil Brides have released a live performance clip of their track “Faithless” recorded at LA’s Wiltern Theater last November.

The video is part of Black Veil Brides’ new live DVD Alive And Burning which captures the whole of the band’s sold-out hometown show from their 2014 Black Mass Tour.

The DVD was directed by Casey Tebo, known for his work on Aerosmith documentary Rock For The Rising Sun. The cover artwork for the set was designed by the band’s longtime friend and previous album cover illustrator Richard Villa.

In a recent interview with the Full Metal Jackie radio show, BVB frontman Andy Biersack explained why the band had waited until now to release their first ever live concert film: “I think, for us, being the band that always had the aspirations and dreams to be the kind of band that could put on a big theatrical stage show, it’s taken a long time in our career. And, naturally, it takes a while for any band to get to the point where they can have that big stage show.”

He continued: “When you’re a young kid and go to a concert and see a big pyrotechnics or video screens, the reality behind how long that may take to get to that point both where it’s financially viable but also makes sense for you on a scalable ability to be able to tour with it, you don’t really think about that. We now are at a point, thankfully, that we can do a much more impressive and visual show and we felt that it was time to capture that with the DVD.”

Check out Black Veil Brides’ LA performance of “Faithless” below:

Black Veil Brides DVD cover

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