Black Veil Brides “taking time away” from Trinity of Terror tour after Andy Biersack tests positive for COVID-19

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Black Veil Brides are “taking time away” from their Trinity of Terror triple-headlining tour with Motionless in White and Ice Nine Kills after frontman Andy Biersack tested positive for COVID-19.

In a statement posted to Twitter Sunday afternoon, Biersack shared he “started to feel an awful sicknesses come on out of the blue” following BVB’s performance in Chicago the previous night.

“[I] developed a high fever and chills,” Biersack wrote. “Unfortunately after multiple tests it is clear that both me and several other members of the BVB touring crew have tested positive for COVID.”

He added, “For obvious reasons and out of an abundance of caution we will be taking time away from the tour until we are cleared to play again.”

The tour will continue as scheduled with Motionless in White, Ice Nine Kills and opener Lilith Czar still playing, though fans who had their hearts set on seeing Black Veil can request a refund at point of purchase.

“We are truly sorry for this awful situation and promise to make it up to any of you looking forward to seeing us as part of the TOT tour as soon as possible,” Biersack wrote. “Thank you for your understanding and we can’t wait to get back out onstage to sing with you all soon.”

BVB drummer Christian “CC” Coma previously tested positive for COVID-19. In his absence, the band played several acoustic shows.

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