All photos by Joe Ortega
There isn’t much to say about Pierce The Veil that hasn’t already been said across thousands of online written articles, magazine stories or fan-driven tweets. Pierce The Veil is hands down one of, if not the, biggest band in the Warped Tour community. And, while their latest release Misadventures has certainly seen the band branch out of their Warped roots playing for the likes of MTV, KROQ and Conan, Vic, Jaime, Tony and Mike continue to possess that same charm and charisma from when they released their 2007 debut A Flair For The Dramatic.
Watching the band on stage, for example, most would never guess the Fearless Records signees have been together for ten years now as their on-stage presence still breathes a sense of youth and flamboyancy many veteran acts lose over their tireless music careers. (We mean, the band may be getting older but it seems like Jaime’s leaping skills keep getting better and better!)
Pretty much, at the end of the day, Pierce The Veil has definitely earned the right to play sold out shows across some of the biggest clubs and theaters in the US – one of which being the Alamo City Music Hall where our pal Joe Ortega (yes, the same Joe Ortega who helped give you one last night with Yellowcard) was able to capture the true essence of Pierce The Veil live as well as their tour mates I Prevail and Neck Deep.
To check out some of the impressive shots and fully appreciate what it is that represents Pierce The Veil, be sure to look below. Afterwards, if you don’t have tickets to see the Made To Destroy tour, make sure to head here.