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Download Festival 2011: Bullet For My Valentine @ Main Stage – Sunday, 12 June 2011

June 13th, 2011

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If there’s one thing we can be sure of, it’s that Matt Tuck and Fire are not the same person. You know when someone asks, “Well, have you ever seen Matt Tuck and Fire in the same room? Well? Have you?” You can definitely say that Matt Tuck and Fire have been seen together onstage. All the fucking time. Good one, Bullet.

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Album: Bullet For My Valentine – Fever

May 17th, 2010

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Bullet For My Valentine
Fever
Sony BMG
26 April 2010

by Raziq Rauf

Bullet for My Valentine are the biggest British metal band since Iron Maiden. That’s a statement that (still) rankles the more pernickety metal fan, who continues to claim that, because BFMV focus on huge tunes (and have a penchant for syrupy ballads) rather than huge lyrics, and have meticulously straightened hair that’s more salon than sweatbox, they lack credibility. It’s just not true. They simply have more strings to their bow than the average metal band, hence their sure and steady rise to the top.

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Bullet For My Valentine blow out Hammerfest for Sonisphere

February 25th, 2009

Bullet For My Valentine

Well, it appears that our reports from earlier this week that Bullet For My Valentine are to join the ever-swelling Sonisphere bill has been confirmed in an official announcement from the festival organisers – however, it also seems that anyone heading to Prestatyn next month hoping to catch the Welsh four-piece are about to get a serious dose of disappointment. BFMV have blown out their headline spot inaugural Hammerfest in order to join Metallica at Knebworth.

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Album: Bullet For My Valentine – The Poison

October 30th, 2005

Bullet For My Valentine

Bullet For My Valentine
The Poison
Visible Noise Records
03 October 2005

by Raziq Rauf

In a bold move, the next band of metal warriors from South Wales has made an album to rival their illustrious neighbours. Bullet For My Valentine’s debut album is a horribly, unashamedly metal affair all the way from their hair to their shoes and all that lies between. Having released a brace of EPs on Visible Noise over the past twelve months, the quarter has been steadily building up their support across the country and a notable fact might be that they are the first British band ever to have signed to Trustkill Records in America.

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