With hits and anthems from seven longplayers, the biggest British metal export after Iron Maiden invites you to an explosive modern metal party in our riff temple.
MODERN METAL FOR THE MASSES
With hits and anthems from seven longplayers, the biggest British metal export after Iron Maiden invites you to an explosive modern metal party in our riff temple. The latest release "Bullet For My Valentine" (2021) shines with a healthy new toughness, which suits the band perfectly and is guaranteed to have a positive effect on the energy of the live show.
With their seventh album, modern metal heroes Bullet For My Valentine define their future. The musicians are breaking new ground in creating intelligent sound while remaining unencumbered by the legacy that comes with being masters of their craft. "This album marks the beginning of Bullet 2.0," says vocalist and frontman Matt Tuck. "It perfectly showcases who we are today. The music is more aggressive, emotional and passionate than before." The Welsh band has been on the road since 1998 and has become one of the biggest bands on the metal scene. Over 3 million records sold, three gold awards and legendary albums like "The Poison" (2005) or "Venom" (2015 number 1 in the CH charts) pave their way. The latest work "Gravity" from 2018 generated more than one billion (!) streams in the USA. On the tour for the album, Bullet For My Valentine played their biggest concerts to date, including an arena tour of the UK and a celebrated show at Alexandra Palace in London. With the follow-up work "Bullet For My Valentine", the band returned stylistically to their roots in 2021, without losing sight of the last albums. The musicians combine the strengths of all their previous records together and also let new elements flow in. Massive riffs and dizzying solos determine the pace and convince old and new fans. The band has created an album that further solidifies their place in the pantheon of metal. "I think it's the wildest side of Bullet ForMy Valentine I've ever experienced," says lead guitarist Michael "Padge" Paget. "It was time for us to put out a really angry, heavy, aggressive record. I think that's the direction where our strengths come out best." And Matt Tuck confirms, "I wanted to fire from all guns this time, with middle fingers flying. I think that more aggressive and intense pace has always been there with us. I just never opened the floodgates for it. But now we're going to metaphorically rip people's heads off." Padge is looking forward to the upcoming concerts, "We can't wait to play live again and see how the fans react to the new material. We're going to go out there and crush it all!"
Bullet For My Valentine
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