Almost exactly a year after the release of 'Temper Temper,' Bullet for My Valentine have completed several new songs for their next album. In a new interview with EMP Rock Invasion (watch above), frontman Matt Tuck and drummer Michael "Moose" Thomas talked about the new songs.
The Welsh metallers of Bullet for My Valentine have just unleashed the brand new track 'Raising Hell' via a premiere on BBC radio (listen above). It was just over a year ago that Bullet debuted the title track for 'Temper Temper,' but the boys are already back with the first piece of their upcoming fifth studio album.
Bullet for My Valentine take viewers up onstage and behind the scenes with their latest music video for the new single 'P.O.W.' The group is known for putting on a great live show and they don't disappoint with the footage from this clip.
Bullet for My Valentine are just about ready to unleash their 'Temper Temper' album on fans, but before they do there's one final video preview that you can check out to whet your appetite for the disc. The fourth and final part of Loudwire's exclusive video preview focuses on the choruses from the upcoming disc.
We continue our string of Bullet for My Valentine exclusive previews with another look into the band's upcoming 2013 album, 'Temper Temper.' With this installment, Bullet for My Valentine showcase the screams found within the new album, along with an added bit of recording footage.
It's not uncommon for bands to give fans a taste of their new music ahead of its release, especially in this download-happy world. But Bullet for My Valentine are previewing their new 'Temper Temper' album with a twist on the "album preview" idea. In the first of a four-part exclusive series with Loudwire, the group is showing off some of the solos from their upcoming disc (watch below).
Bullet for My Valentine will headline the 2013 HardDrive Live tour, which is set to kick off in the coming months. Joining BFMV on the run will be Halestorm as main support and special guests Young Guns.
Bullet for My Valentine's audience has grown considerably over the recent years and their latest video, 'Riot,' reflects that evolution on a somewhat smaller scale. The band recently shot the clip in Brooklyn, N.Y., with director P.R. Brown and the video finds singer Matt Tuck as a bit of a hard rock pied piper as he roams the tough city streets.