With spooky season just around the corner, the Trinity of Terror tour is making its return.
The triple bill of Motionless in White, Black Veil Brides and Ice Nine Kills will reunite for a second run beginning Saturday, September 3, in Omaha, Nebraska. For Motionless in White, the tour will mark their first U.S. outing since the release of their new album, Scoring the End of the World.
When the first Trinity of Terror leg launched in March, Motionless had just announced the details of Scoring the End of the World alongside the premiere of its first single, "Cyberhex." Speaking with ABC Audio, frontman Chris "Motionless" Cerulli recalls debuting "Cyberhex" during those first shows.
"It went really well," Cerulli shares. "I didn't know what to think about how the song would go over well because it's a long song, and historically longer songs just really taper off as they go on in a live scenario."
"But ['Cyberhex'] came out the week ... of the tour starting," he continues. "And I think that kinda lit a fire under the fans to learn the words, show up and sing along."
Cerulli adds that he could feel a shift in the crowd's energy when they realized they were hearing new Motionless material.
"Whether they were rejoicing at the fact that they didn't have to hear another song that they've already heard 1,000 times, or whether they were actually just legitimately excited for the new song for what it was, I don't know, and I don't care," Cerulli laughs.
Along with "Cyberhex," Scoring the End of the World includes the single "Masterpiece," the first Motionless in White song to hit the top 10 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Airplay chart.