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News from PTV

Pierce the veil’s highly anticipated UK tour just announced the support act, and we’re stoked!
Following up the bands newly released album ‘Misadventures’ , that made number 4 on the US Billboard charts, the band are readying up for their UK tour this November, something that’s been long awaited by their fans. We reviewed their latest album here, it’s definitely one to check out. The band will be supported by Let Live and Creeper.

Let Live have toured with bands from A Day To Remember to Enter Shikari, with 14 years experience and an insane sound these guys put on one hell of a live show. This isn’t the first time Pierce The Veil have worked with Letlive though, as Jason Butler features on the 2012 album, ‘Collide with the sky’.

Having just performed at Slamdunk, Creeper are growing by the day, with the release of their album ‘The Stranger’. Although I wouldn’t have necessarily expected the band on this line up I’m really excited for this tour.

The band have also launched a charity auction in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. Fans of the band can get their hands on a unique piece of memorabilia and raise vital funds for young people with cancer. The guitar, an Epiphone Les Paul Special II, was recently thrown from a cliff in San Diego on the set of the band’s current Rock Sound cover shoot. The remains have been signed by the band, and donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. The auction is running until 7pm on Sunday 12th June with all proceeds from the winning bid directly supporting young people with cancer in the UK. Visit the Teenage Cancer Trust’s eBay page to place your bid here:

Piece the Veil frontman, Vic Fuentes said: “I’ve always wanted to throw a guitar off a cliff, so why not do it for a great cause like the Teenage Cancer Trust?! This is something that means a lot to me personally and we are very proud to announce this fun collaboration with them. We hope that this auction helps spread awareness and love to those who truly need it.”


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