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PIERCE THE VEIL DELIVERS A MESMERIZING MELODIC STORM

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By photojournalist Chaz Dykes

Pierce the Veil, the post-hardcore powerhouse, took the stage at the Seminole Hard Rock Event Center in Tampa on a fateful Friday night, leaving the audience spellbound and craving for more. As the venue crackled with anticipation, the band erupted into a musical storm that left no soul untouched.

Pierce the Veil’s performance was a high-octane rollercoaster of emotions. The band’s electrifying energy filled the air, connecting with every fan in the room. Vic Fuentes’ soaring vocals carried a raw intensity, capturing the essence of their songs with an unwavering passion. His stage presence was magnetic, effortlessly drawing the crowd into their world.

The band’s musicianship was nothing short of phenomenal. Tony Perry’s nimble fingers danced across the fretboard, conjuring up melodic riffs. The thunderous beats from Jaime Preciado’s bass and the intricate rhythms by drummer Loniel Robinson provided a solid foundation, anchoring the band’s explosive sound. Together, they created a sonic tapestry that embraced both aggression and vulnerability.

Pierce the Veil’s setlist was a blend of old and new, catering to both loyal fans and newcomers alike. Tracks like “King for a Day” and “Caraphernelia” ignited the crowd into a frenzy, while the haunting beauty of “Bulletproof Love” and “Hold On Till May” left an indelible imprint on everyone present. The band’s ability to evoke such a wide range of emotions is a testament to their songwriting and musicianship.

It turned out to be a special night for one person in attendance. Singer Vic Fuentes picked a girl named Rachael from the audience and had her come up on stage and gave her his guitar.

The visual aspect of the performance was equally captivating. A dazzling light show bathed the stage in an ethereal glow, enhancing the atmosphere of each song. Coupled with the backdrop of mesmerizing visuals, the concert became a feast for the eyes, adding another layer of immersive experience to the already intoxicating music. Pierce the Veil’s performance at the Seminole Hard Rock Event Center was a testament to the band’s ability to captivate audiences with their unique blend of melodic prowess and emotional depth.

 

Chaz Dykes

Chaz is a unique combination photographer and musician. He is the set photographer for HGTV’s , 100 Day Dream Home. He’s a bass player whose local credits include The Hunks of Funk, The Untouchables Gary Schutt and his original band was BLAK (Voted best of the Bay). Chaz National Credits include, Jeff Scott Soto, Jewel, Mike Lynche and many others