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Bullet For My Valentine
“It’s heavy, it’s dark, it’s super-epic, it’s signature Bullet.”
“We’re going for it, baby”
“We didn’t need to bring pyro for this show as the crowd brought there own!”
Melbourne fans rejoice
Playing five Australian shows throughout October.
The guitarist conquered land, sea & air in one extreme gig.
The likes of Disturbed, Bring Me The Horizon, NOFX and Bullet For My Valentine have spoken out.
UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. It’s finally here, the Soundwave 2016 drip-feed has burst and the festival’s first major lineup announcement has arrived, featuring headliners heavy metal titans Disturbed. That’s right, prepare to get down with the sickness. Announced live from Music Feeds studio in an Australian first, Soundwave’s latest 2016
Welsh metal lords Bullet For My Valentine have been making news for all the right reasons downunder in the last week having been the first act confirmed for Soundwave 2016 and earning rave reviews for their fifth full-length record Venom, a record they have openly stated they expect to become known as a landmark release
UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. The rumours, or at least some of them, have been officially confirmed, with Soundwave HQ today unveiling the news that Welsh metal titans Bullet For My Valentine are the first act confirmed to be playing Soundwave 2016. The news comes as the metal band today unveil
In a touching if not slightly morbid tribute, Bullet For My Valentine have revealed plans to perform live wearing the ashes of two of their deceased fans. The Welsh heavy metal act are scheduled to embark on a North American tour alongside Slipknot and Lamb Of God over the next few months, and will reportedly
Bullet For My Valentine have broken some hearts just a few days out from Valentines Day with the announcement that bass player Jason James, fondly known as Jay, is no longer a member of the band. The remaining members of BFMV delivered the news to fans in a somewhat vague Facebook post, offering no clues
Bullet For My Valentine ain’t ones to waste time. Their latest album, Temper Temper, only came out at the start of the year, but the Welsh metal outfit have already revealed a brand new song and video, the aptly titled Raising Hell, the first taste of a forthcoming album due in the new year. The
If you thought that all Bullet For My Valentine brought back from their recent recording session in Thailand was their new album Temper, Temper, you’re very much mistaken – the band have recalled some life-long memories they made during their time in the South-East Asia region, which, by the sounds of things, may have resulted
This week marked the release of UK heavy-metal outfit Bullet for My Valentine’s long-awaited successor to the acclaimed Fever. This comes right on the cusp of their imminent world tour, which starts (as luck would have it) with Australia’s very own Soundwave festival. It’s important to realise that, although aesthetically Bullet hasn’t transformed much beyond
Welsh metal stars Bullet for My Valentine will do sideshows in Brisbane and Sydney during their visit to our shores for Soundwave in February.
Welsh metalheads Bullet for My Valentine have released the video for the title track from their forthcoming album, Temper Temper. The punchy track is complimented by a video set in an anger-management class – and features everything from bitch fights to chairs being hurled across the room. Check it out at the bottom of the
Not too long ago, Music Feeds reported that Welsh metallers Bullet for My Valentine had released the first taste of their forthcoming 4th studio album. At that point in time, details were scarce on the release, but today the band has lifted the lid, spilling some much-needed deets to fans. As it turns out, we
Bullet for my Valentine have come good on recent claims that they had been spending time in a Thailand studio. Busy at work on their fourth full-length album, the band has fired the first warning off the release, Temper Temper. The non-threatening, 80’s hair metal-esque jibe doesn’t see the band detach too far from their