At a show in Vancouver, BC, last night, Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack cut the band’s performance to take on a trouble maker in the crowd. According the MetalSucks, said heckler “kept shouting for another band on the bill, Memphis May Fire, to come back on stage.” The BVB singer is no stranger to defending himself against haters, but rarely do we see him leave the stage to do so. After calling out the trouble maker and offering him the chance to take over guitar duties, the frontman then jumped into the crowd after him. You can see footage of it all below. Lucky for fans, it looks like the show went on once Biersack returned to the stage.
Black Veil Brides vocalist Andy Biersack jumps into crowd to take on an agitator
At a show in Vancouver, BC, last night, Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack cut the band’s performance to take on a trouble maker in the crowd. According the MetalSucks, said heckler “kept shouting for another band on the bill, Memphis May Fire,…
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