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Hailing from Bridgend, Wales, Bullet For My Valentine have become one of the biggest acts out of the new crop of heavy metal bands, blending classic NWOBHM vibes with a contemporary, metalcore twist.

In the early 2000s, Bridgend, Wales was a furtive ground for metal and rock acts, producing Funeral For a Friend and Lostprophets, before Bullet For My Valentine came to the fore in 2004. Formed by school friends Matthew Tuck (vocals, guitar), Michael Padget (guitar, vocals), Jason James (bass, vocals) and Michael Thomas (drums), the band came together in 2003, out of the ashes of Jeff Killed John. Having established their sound, Bullet For my Valentine were signed to Visible Noise after their second gig, impressing with their refreshing take on the modern metal scene.

The band went into the studio, recording their self-titled EP in November 2004, a release that established their name in the rock and metal sphere, finding critical acclaim. Their debut album, "The Poison," appeared the following year, before the band then signed to American label, Trustkill Records, who distributed their album in the US. Rounding out a successful year, the band were awarded with Kerrang!'s 'Best British Newcomer Award,' before they then embarked on a headline tour. Their debut album was released in America in 2006, which gained them a support slot for Rob Zombie on a nationwide tour. Sales for "The Poison" soon reached 500,000 copies in America alone, with Bullet For My Valentine returning to the UK to play a high profile slot at Download Festival.

In 2008, their second full-length arrived, "Scream Aim Fire," which broke into the Top Ten in several countries (five in the UK and four in the US). After embarking on further tours, the band returned to the studio for their third effort, with "Fever" being released in 2010. Displaying a more mainstream sound, the album again travelled high up the charts, making Bullet For My Valentine one of the most popular metal acts of the day.

After this success, the band took a short break, whilst frontman Tucker recorded an album with his side project, AxeWound. Returning back to his original act, Bullet For My Valentine began work on their fourth record, with the result being "Temper Temper," which hit the shelves in February 2013. The album continued to find Bullet For My Valentine commercial success, peaking at number 13 on the Billboard 200.

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I have been a fan of Bullet for My Valentine for a long time, so when I was alerted that they were coming to Leicester on their "Venom" tour (along with two of my other favourite bands; Coldrain and While She Sleeps) I immediately set to obtaining a ticket.

This was the first metal gig I had ever been to so I wasn't really sure of what I was in for.

The O2 Arena, where the concert was hosted, was completely packed with fans of all three bands, the energy from the crowds overwhelming from the very moment I stepped inside. I was one of the youngest and smallest people there, so I managed to worm myself through the tight crowds until I was quite near the front.

The concert began with warm-up acts Coldrain and While She Sleeps, who were both true to their purpose, making me only more psyched for the headlining act.

When Bullet took to the stage, the small venue was even more packed than before, with hundreds of fans all chanting the band's name. They kicked off the concert with "Raising Hell" to which the crowds proudly raised their fists and sang along to.

The flashing, colourful lighting made the whole venue seem to flicker in and out of existence as the crowd and mosh pits danced and jumped around to the heavy beat.

The band tore through their song list, including songs from all four of their albums, including "Scream, Aim, Fire" and "All These Things."

When the opening of "Tears Don't Fall" crashed around the venue, the crowd went wild; their singing near drowning out the music itself.

As we all filed out, bruised, soaked in beer, and with hoarse voices aching; I couldn't help but think that it was the best concert I had ever been to. If you have not yet gone to a Bullet gig- I'm telling you- buy a freakin' ticket.

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Not known for their charisma, Bullet for My Valentine continue to sell out venues on the strength of their music and the intense manner in which they recreate it onstage. The Welsh rockers have only released four albums over their long career but there is a sense of quality over quantity. The audience are made up of intense fans and from the opening bars of 'Raising Hell' they proudly raise their arms in unison and rock along with the frontman Matt Tuck.

The group tears through a setlist that reaches from all years of their career and delight fans with classics such as '4 Words (To Choke Upon)' and 'Scream Aim Fire' which the crowd sing back at deafening levels. All that could outdo the sound created by this thousand strong backing choir is the huge guitars and drums that create gargantuan instrumentals onstage. The stage setup and performance is all incredibly scarce for a band of BFMV's status yet there is a sense that they prefer to let the music speak for them as opposed to the show.

When the opening bars to 'Tears Don't Fall' begin, even the lighting and stage itself seem redundant to the fans as all they are interested in is this fantastic piece of rock. With their throats sore from singing and bodies bruised from moshing, the audience file out in excited chatter about one of their best gig experiences.

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Bullet For My Valentine are a four piece heavy metal band that plays just as aggressively as their name suggests. Hailing from Wales, these guys are far from your typical Welsh boys: Bullet For My Valentine are incredibly intense and are famous for rocking out (hard) on stage. They are obviously incredibly passionate about what they do and this translates on stage. They put all their energy in to their performances and into their instruments. Frontman Matt Tuck has great, powerful vocals and the rest of the band are incredibly talented musicians. They played a whole array of songs that spanned their entire career, from their early years to their latest tracks. The stage lighting was as intense as the performances and really added to the atmosphere of the night. The set itself was minimal which let the lights and, most importantly, the music do all the talking. Or screaming, I should say. The band belted out ‘Raising Hell’, ‘Scream Aim and Fire’ and ‘Temper Temper’ to wild cheers and screams from their devoted fans. ‘All These Things’ was a particular highlight, as the whole crowd sang along.

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The thing about Bullet For My Valentine is definitely not the energy they show on stage, they practically stand still. It's the ability to catch the energy from the albums and make the music speak for itself.

I saw them first time in 2008, when they released "Scream Aim And Fire" which was their true breakthrough to become the arena-band they deserve to be. The record was so good they skipped a lot of old songs and in later years, when they released "Fever" and especially after "Temper Temper", they realised that the true fans would always show up no matter what.

The audiences slowly became smaller but the sheer joy from the fans would never fade, the screams are not more silent and BFMV started to play more old favourites instead of just play new records. "All These Things" and "Hand Of Blood" sound fantastic when everyone sing it with passion.

I've seen them on five different occasions and I can't stop going to their concerts. The music is just too good.

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The venue was small (Hard Rock in Sioux City, IA) and even Tuck mentioned how small it was right away, but the show was full of fun. Band sounded great and the new bass player knocked it out of the park vocally and bringing the energy. This was my second time seeing them live.

I may be a little biased being such a huge BMFV fan but they rocked it throughout. I personally thought it was a short setlist, but that's only due to me liking so many of their songs. The setlist was cohesive, made a ton of sense musically and basically shredded the entire night with only a couple of the slower tunes they provide. I recommend anyone who has even the slightest bit of interest in these guys from Wales to go check them out. You (I imagine) will not come out of it disappointed. I cannot wait to see them again

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Well that was so great than I can tell. BFMV is my favorite band ever ; I was 16 when I've discover it. That was my first concert. I'm almost 23, and I've seen the band became more aggressive...for my biggest pleasure.

Last night (20/11/2016 AB) spent so quick. 1h20 was like 10mns. The better songs have been played. I have jumped, screamed, sang all along. The crowd was like an unique crazy men. I've been squashed and pushed for my biggest pleasure. Just so perfect metal fans union.

Thank you so much to Matt, both Michael and Jamie for that show. A part of me is still there, enjoying. I'm quite sad about the fact the concert is over.

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IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST CONCERTS I'VE EVER BEEN TO IN MY WHOLE LIFE AND I WISH I COULD GO BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BFMV FUCKING ROCKS \m/

They played so many great songs, sadly none from Temper Temper, but they played their new song 'Don't Need You' and totally rocked it! They were so full of energy and there was not a single moment where I did not want to bang my head or scream at the top of my lungs or put my arms in the air! First row was fucking great and I'd totally watch them again! Also, the meet&greet I won along with some other fans was so cool! That day was one of the best days in my life <3

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Their concert at The Eatons Hill Hotel was awesome, i have been to many concerts and theirs was the best by far. I would definitely go and see them again even though it was brutal with crowd surfers and people do the Death Row/Run well that is what we call it over here but people might call it the wall of death. I woke up sore the following day but it was well worth it. I have been waiting for years to see them and definitely got my moneys worth. They were bloody awesome.

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It was OK. I expected to be more energetic and charismatic, but they were fine. I am comparing to Three Days Grace show that was in the same stage and it was waaaaay more energetic and better. Also a lot of discomfort was by some drunk dudes that were mashing like everything without thinking about the rest. Of course its normal for this kind of concert, but I was going there rather to listen and sing great songs instead of protecting my girlfriend from random injuries.

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It was awesome. They played a mix new and old songs so you could enjoy the songs you know and love and get to know their newer work. BFMV played loud, played the crowd and the crowd returned the favor with energy.

Killswitch Engage played before Bullet for my Valentine. It sounded better than their albums which quite impressive since this is usually not the case.

Overall very good show and pretty nice venue (013 in Tilburg, The Netherlands)

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The UK alt-metal outfit will be supported by Of Mice & Men and Vendred on their first US trek in five years.

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UK alt-metal crew Bullet for My Valentine have announced a Fall 2023 North American headlining tour.

The jaunt kicks off October 8 in Montreal — the lone Canadian date on the itinerary — and concludes with a November 10 gig in Orlando. Of Mice & Men and Vended (featuring the sons of Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan) are set to support.

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The tour marks Bullet For My Valentine’s first North American headlining run for in five years. “After five long years, we’re finally heading back to the USA and Canada for a proper headline tour,” said frontman Matt Tuck in a press release. “We cannot wait to play and see you all again — it’s been far too long.”

The band’s last full-length album release was a deluxe edition of their self-titled seventh album , originally released via Spinefarm in August 2022.

Bullet for My Valentine Fall 2023 North American Tour Dates:

10/08 – Montreal, QC @ Mtelus 10/10 – Worcester, MA @ The Palladium 10/12 – New York, NY @ Terminal 5 10/13 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring 10/15 – Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall 10/17 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE 10/18 – Cleveland, OH @ The Agora 10/19 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J. Brady Music Center 10/21 – Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater 10/22 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre 10/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore Minneapolis 10/26 – Denver, CO @ Mission Ballrom 10/28 – Flagstaff, AZ @ Pepsi Amphitheater 10/29 – San Diego, CA @ SOMA Mainstage 10/31 – Los Angles, CA @ The Wiltern 11/01 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren 11/02 – Albuquerque, NM @ Revel Entertainment Center 11/04 – San Antonio, TX @ Boeing Center At Tech Port 11/05 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues Dallas 11/07 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston 11/08 – New Orleans, LA @ The Fillmore New Orleans 11/10 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live Orlando.

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In the fall, Bullet For My Valentine are returning to North America for their first full headlining tour in five years. The trek begins on October 8 at Mtelus in Montreal, Quebec and wraps up on November 10 at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida. The tour will see the band perform in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Antonio, Dallas, and more. Of Mice & Men and Vended have signed on as special guests.

“After 5 long years, we’re finally heading back to the USA and Canada for a proper headline tour,” Bullet For My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck stated. “We cannot wait to play and see you all again, it’s been far too long! We’re gonna be bringing our old friends in Of Mice & Men and heavy metal upstarts Vended along for the ride so get ready for some serious mosh pit action! Make sure you pick up your tickets fast as we’re expecting them to fly out. VIP packages are also gonna be available on this tour for the first time in years.”

Tickets go on sale on Friday, July 28 at 10am local time HERE .

Bullet For My Valentine released their self-titled seventh album in 2021. Released through Spinefarm, the record hit No. 1 on the UK Rock & Metal Albums chart. The band has several festival appearances scheduled across Europe throughout the rest of the summer.

Of Mice & Men recently confirmed their new album   Tether . The band’s upcoming eighth studio outing will once again be released through SharpTone Records. While the album does not have an official release date as of yet, the band confirmed that lead single “Warpaint” arrives on Friday, July 28. Fans can pre-save the single now  HERE . 

“A new era begins,” the band said on social media. “Ready your Warpaint.”

In 2021, Of Mice & Men released their last album  Echo . Produced by the band themselves,  Echo  spawned six singles. It marked the band’s first release via SharpTone after their departure from Rise Records.

Vended released their debut EP What It Is//Kill It in 2021. They followed it up with two singles – “Ded to Me” and “Overall” in 2022. Earlier this summer, the band performed at Rock Fest in Wisconsin and Inkcarceration in Ohio.

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10/8 — Montreal, QC — Mtelus 10/10 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium  10/12 — New York, NY — Terminal 5 10/13 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore Silver Spring 10/15 — Philadelphia, PA — Franklin Music Hall 10/17 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE 10/18 — Cleveland, OH — The Agora 10/19 — Cincinnati, OH — The Andrew J. Brady Music Center 10/21 — Kansas City, MO — Uptown Theater 10/22 — Chicago, IL — Riviera Theatre 10/24 — Minneapolis, MN — The Fillmore Minneapolis 10/26 — Denver, CO — Mission Ballrom 10/28 — Flagstaff, AZ — Pepsi Amphitheater 10/29 — San Diego, CA — SOMA Mainstage 10/31 — Los Angles, CA — The Wiltern 11/1 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren 11/2 — Albuquerque, NM — Revel Entertainment Center 11/4 — San Antonio, TX — Boeing Center At Tech Port 11/5 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues Dallas 11/7 — Houston, TX — House of Blues Houston 11/8 — New Orleans, LA — The Fillmore New Orleans 11/10 — Orlando, FL — Hard Rock Live Orlando

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On Saturday, June 5, 2004, Bullet For My Valentine played Download Festival for the first time. It was lunchtime, and the young Welsh band were fourth from the bottom of the bill on the Barfly Stage, sandwiched between cult alt-rockers Yourcodenameis:milo and long-forgotten East London pop-punks The Holiday Plan.

Few people there knew who they were – Bullet’s self-titled debut EP was still five months away from being released. But that didn’t matter. After six years of trying and failing to catch a break, they were finally on their way.

“The night before, we played the Camden Barfly with 36 Crazyfists,” says singer and guitarist Matt Tuck now. “We packed up the van, drove to Download, got there at four or five in the morning, no sleep, excited, then got up and played at one o’clock in the afternoon.”

Bullet had been putting in the hard yards since they’d formed in Bridgend as Jeff Killed John in 1998. They’d played every tiny club, beer-sodden back room and leaky shithole going, but this was something else. “We hadn’t been on a stage that big before,” says Matt. “The experience of it was challenging and demanding, but it felt like such a big moment.”

It was, but it wouldn’t be the last. Bullet were back at Download the next year and the year after that, jumping up a stage each time. Over the next decade and a half they became Download’s unofficial house band, making eight more appearances. They were main support on the big stage more than once, and even closed the second stage in 2010. But the holy grail – an actual, bona fide Main Stage headlining spot – eluded them. 

That finally changed in June 2021. Download Pilot was the first major British music festival to take place since the pandemic hit, and Bullet topped the bill on the third and final night. It was a reduced-capacity gig, and a mainly British line-up, but that didn’t matter. “We were aware of the situation, aware of what it meant for live music and aware of what it meant to us,” says Matt. 

He was excited and nervous beforehand, “which I hadn’t felt for a long time,” he says. “It was very familiar and unfamiliar at the same time, like the past 18 months hadn’t happened. Very weird.”

But things really hit home towards the end of their electrifying set. “It had gone so well, everyone’s vibing and having a good show,” he says. “That’s when the emotion kicked in. It was a joyous moment, for the crowd and for us.”

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Matt Tuck has had a good pandemic, if anything defined by widespread tragedy, untold misery and spiralling anxiety can be called ‘good’.

The unexpected pause allowed him to do the kind of regular-person things successful working musicians don’t normally get to do: cooking, cleaning, spending more time than usual with his family. He helped home-school his son and did Joe Wicks’ online workouts. He was running 10K a day until he got a stress fracture in his shin, which put him out of action for 10 weeks. “I didn’t get too caught up in it emotionally or get stressed out about it,” he says of the Covid situation. “That’s all you can do.”

He also managed to make the best Bullet For My Valentine record of the last decade in the shape of their self-titled seventh album . A 10-track, 45-minute assault of ferocity and intent, it dispenses with the stylistic wriggles that defined the last three albums and goes straight for the throat. The party line is that this is the sound of Bullet For My Valentine V2.0, though it doesn’t sound radically different to Bullet For My Valentine V1.0 – just meaner, leaner and in no mood to mess around.

“It’s not that different really. It’s still myself leading the charge and writing stuff. It’s just that transitional period is over,” he says, referring to the line-up changes that saw bassist Jamie Mathias and drummer Jason Bowld brought in to replace original members Jay James and ‘Moose’ Thomas between Venom and Gravity (a reluctance to talk about the latter pair today suggests there’s still tension between the various camps). 

It’s lunchtime and we’re sitting in a cosy pub in the backstreets of the well-heeled part of West London where Matt lives. He looks healthy, even a little tanned, like a man who has enjoyed a surprise holiday. But he’s a cautious interviewee – not unfriendly, but not given to big, dramatic statements or revealing too much of himself. At one point he says, “Do we have to talk about money?” in response to a question about how much his first, presumably measly royalty cheque was for. 

He’s understandably more enthusiastic on the subject of his band’s new album. For Bullet, he says, the pandemic was more of a help than a hindrance. They had always planned to take 2020 off, but suddenly all deadlines went out of the window. “It took the pressure off,” he says. “It meant we could focus on really working on these songs, getting them right.”

One of the album’s standout tracks is Bastards , a song that’s as anthemically blunt as its title. ‘ Lies, denial, corruption, criminals,’ Matt roars, seemingly channelling the ire of a nation at the venality and incompetence of the ruling elite over the past 18 months. It’s about Boris Johnson and his cronies, right?

“It was kind of wrapped up in that moment,” he says cautiously. “I tried not to make it a political song, because that’s not what the band are about. But we’re living through a really mad time now, so I tried to capture that without being too political about it.”

Where Gravity was an auto-biographical album, written as he was going through the process of divorcing his wife (they’ve since reconciled), this time around the likes of Parasite (‘I hate you / I hope you choke’) and Rainbow Veins (‘Diving head first into a black hole/Becoming unstable mentally’) come with a degree of distance.

“It’s hard with lyrics; you try to draw as much realism and emotion, because then it feels like it matters more,” he says. “I don’t shy away from autobiography, but I’ve said everything I need to say over the seven albums.”

June 2006. Bullet are dropping off their bags in their dressing room ahead of their first show opening for Metallica on the latter’s Escape From The Studio tour when the door opens. In the doorway is a figure they all know well, even though none of them have met him previously.

“Hi, I’m Lars,” says the figure.

“Yeah, we know ,” chorus a gob-smacked Bullet For My Valentine. “Come in.”

Lars Ulrich steps inside and does what he does best, which is charm the pants off the people he meets. He tells Bullet how much he likes the version of Welcome Home (Sanitarium) they’d recorded for a recent Master Of Puppets covers album and generally makes the younger band feel welcome. Later, Matt bumps into James Hetfield and asks him for a picture.

“Was I cool and composed? Not at all,” says the Bullet singer with a laugh, and for a moment there’s a flash of Matt Tuck: Teenage Heavy Metal Geek. “They were these untouchable, mythical creatures, and suddenly they are here in front of us, flesh and bone.”

Metallica are the reason Matt is here today. Seeing Enter Sandman on TV at the age of 14 inspired him to pick up the guitar and teach himself to play it. That was it: no doubts, no lessons, just plunge straight in and do it. “As soon as you get the basics, off you go,” he says, like it’s the easiest thing in the world. 

Which of course, it isn’t. It takes focus and determination to pick up an instrument and learn it, even at 14 ( especially at 14). “It’s just dedication,” he says now, shrugging. “If you want to take something seriously, there’s not really any other option than to do it the best you can.”

He was a county-level rugby player and a national-level basketball player in his teens, before his passion for music sidelined his other interests. “I never strove to be the best at anything, I just strove to be the best I could be at what I was doing, whether it was music or sports,” he says.

That drive is what saved his band from the fate of tens of thousands of long-forgotten groups who came before and have come since. For the first four or five years of their existence as Jeff Killed John, no one was interested.

“It was very hard and demoralising – you dedicate yourself to something, sacrifice a lot of yourself, don’t make any money, and you’re not getting anywhere,” he says. “There were moments when I thought about throwing in the towel and putting my energies elsewhere. Like, ‘Damn, this isn’t going the way we thought.’”

How close did he come to quitting? “Pretty close. I didn’t have a Plan B. I had a job in a record shop, but I wasn’t earning enough to be self-sufficient. I could have stayed in retail or worked in the factories. But then there was no other option. I was so passionate and motivated about music.”

It was, he says, the sheer will to succeed that kept him going. “That and having a belief that if we were given that opportunity we’d be alright. But it was hard work.”

One of the many unanticipated side effects of the pandemic was the way it forced musicians to find necessary hustles in order to keep the wolf from the door and generally make sure people didn’t forget they existed. This involved people putting themselves out there in any way they could, whether it was Matt Heafy owning Twitch or every single bassist from a C-list metal band appearing on some lockdown cover or other.

Matt Tuck was noticeable by his absence during that whole period. This was mainly down to having an album to record, but also because putting himself out there isn’t a very Matt Tuck thing to do. You won’t find him pushing his brand on TikTok or Twitch. Or onstage for that matter.

“I’m not the most verbal frontman,” he says. “I find it a little bit awkward trying to come up with stuff in between songs. I don’t really like to talk and have banter. I find it… not difficult, but I just don’t see that there’s any point in it.”

This reserve doesn’t come from a lack of confidence. In fact it’s the opposite – if there’s one thing Matt Tuck isn’t short of, it’s confidence. It was unshakeable self-belief that got him through the tough times early in Bullet’s career, after all. “I’ve always believed in myself,” he says. “Like with sport at school – I just wanted to be the best I can.”

There have been times when that self-belief has been tested, most notably around the time of 2013’s ill-starred Temper Temper . While that album is nowhere near the stinker its reputation suggests (though Matt admits it “wasn’t aggressive enough”), the mauling it received must have given even his bulletproof confidence a battering?

“No,” he says firmly. “Because you do stuff in the moment, and that’s what we were doing in that moment. At the time we wanted to get radio play, and that was what was needed. It wasn’t the most well-received record – I’m well aware of that. It’s never nice when you put your heart and soul into something and it’s not well-received. But you learn to deal with it.”

Ten days later, Bullet joined James Hetfield and co onstage at a big outdoor gig in Estonia for their cover of So What? . By that point any awe at being in the presence of their heroes had dissipated. As Matt stepped out in front of several thousand drunken Estonians with the world’s biggest metal band, one thing went through his mind. “Just take it in,” he says with a smile. “Enjoy it.”

From the outside, it seems like there’s been a lot to enjoy about being a member of Bullet For My Valentine. There have been countless bucket-list moments that would have blown away the teenage Matt Tuck – as well as Metallica, they’ve opened for Iron Maiden and a pre-reunion Guns N’ Roses (“I didn’t get to meet Axl Rose ,” says Matt, sadly).

It’s unlikely he would have got to parachute out of a helicopter 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle while playing his guitar, as Matt did in 2016 for a Jägermeister stunt. “It was great until the wires crossed in the air,” he says now. “You shit your pants and think, ‘This is it.’”

Also in realm of the unlikely was an unexpected namecheck from Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie, who revealed she had been a teenage BFMV fan. “That was pretty wild,” says Matt. “But then she was a normal kid growing up in Australia who loved metal.”

But there have been tough times too. More than once this was down to Matt pushing himself as hard as he could. In 2005, during sessions for their debut album The Poison , he screamed so hard he began having palpitations. “I freaked out. So I popped to the hospital,” he says (it was a panic attack).

More serious were the vocal problems he had a couple of years later. The toll of touring, travelling and never having been taught how to sing properly blew out his tonsils. “I’d be ill for five days, OK for two or three, then dying for a week,” he says. “It was shit.”

He eventually had his tonsils removed, though not before low-level discussions about him taking a step back as singer and focusing on writing the songs and playing guitar. “It was just drama and fear going on, I don’t think there was ever a serious question of that happening: like, ‘What if he doesn’t come back?’” Could he imagine not being the singer in Bullet for My Valentine? “I can definitely imagine it,” he says. “I just don’t think it’s the identity of the band.”

He doesn’t push himself quite as hard now. This is partly due to fatherhood. “It’s definitely made me less full-on in terms of focus,” he says. “It made me more loving.“

What comes first these days: band or family?

“Family, definitely,” he says instantly. “That wasn’t the case before. It wasn’t even the case when this baby was a toddler. I was still riding the wave. And it’s difficult to slow down. But you have to learn to take your foot off the pedal. But as soon as we have with the last couple of albums, it’s like, ‘Oh, nothing happened, nothing went wrong, it’s OK.’”

For all that, he’s still unequivocally at the centre of Bullet For My Valentine. Matt doesn’t just write the songs and sing the songs, he plays a lot of the guitar and all the bass on them too. Isn’t that weird?

“No, it’s something we’ve always done,” he says. “A lot of bands do it. Jamie was given the option: ‘It’s your gig if you want to do it.’ And he was, like, ‘No, man, you’ll be locked in with the songs, it’s quicker if you do it.’ He’d have to learn 16 songs. That takes weeks, potentially. I could do it in a day.”

Does Matt expect the rest of the band to march to his beat?

“Not march to the beat,” he says. “It’s always a democracy – I like to have the band involved as much as possible in everything, but when a decision has to be made, all eyes come to me anyway. I’ve always been the main songwriter, and when it comes down to it, the guys just have to come along for the ride when it comes to the music most of the time. But thankfully they’re into it.”

This has caused issues in the past, not least with Padge. The guitarist was excluded from the recording process for Temper Temper , and both he and Matt have admitted there was friction last time around Gravity too. “He wasn’t really behind where we were going with it,” says the singer. “That was our stickiest patch. But we’ve known each other for a long time. You deal with it. Yes, there’s times when we bicker, but it’s a brotherly thing.”

Matt and Padge are the only two remaining members from the line-up that recorded The Poison . If the guitarist left, would Bullet carry on without him? Matt shakes his head. “I don’t think so, no.”

The late lunchtime rush is over, and the pub has quietened down. Matt has to head off soon to do the school run. He’s enjoyed this current normality, but then there’s another kind of normality waiting to reassert itself: the new album arrives in November, and there’s a UK tour kicking off a few weeks before its release, Covid permitting.

“I get the feeling people want to get out there and embrace live music, being in a room with 500, 1,000 other people who feel the same,” he says. “They want to feel life again.”

Download was a huge step in that direction – not just for the crowd, but for Bullet too. “I didn’t miss playing in front of an audience until that point,” he says. “We’ve been doing this for so long that you forget how cool it is. Then we got out there and it was, like, ‘This is fucking good.’”

When does he think they’ll be asked back to headline the fully fledged festival? “If the day comes where we get asked back to headline, that’ll be great,” he says, the model of circumspection. “Just being asked to do that one was an amazing experience.”

We talk for a while longer. He mentions the band carried on writing even after they finished the new album. They’re stockpiling songs, potentially for release as one-off singles drops and standalone tracks after Bullet For My Valentine comes out. “We seem to be on a creative roll right now,” he says. “Every time we go in the studio something cool happens.”

He talks about a guest appearance he’s made on an upcoming album by Norwegian singer – and Vikings actor – Per Fredrik Åsly, aka PelleK (“That guy’s voice is amazing.”). And he mentions he’d like to get out of the same old touring circuit they’ve played for the last 15 years. “You end up going to the same places,” he says. “It’s actually boring.” He wants to play places Bullet have never been: India and China. “That might be a while though,” he says wryly.

And then our time is up. There’s a young child to pick up from school. Matt checks his phone, offers a handshake and then he’s off, striding out the door and down the street, into a future even he can’t control. 

Bullet For My Valentine is out on November 5 via Spinefarm. The band tour the UK in October and November

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Bullet For My Valentine is a Welsh heavy metal band that has gained a massive following since their formation in 1998. Known for their hard-hitting sound and emotional lyrics, the band has released several albums, each with a unique blend of heavy metal and melodic rock. In this article, we will explore some of Bullet For My Valentine’s most popular songs and delve into some interesting facts about the band.

1. “Tears Don’t Fall” (2005): This iconic song from their debut album, “The Poison,” catapulted Bullet For My Valentine into the mainstream metal scene. It showcases their signature blend of aggressive riffs and melodic choruses, with emotionally charged lyrics that resonated with fans worldwide.

2. “Waking the Demon” (2008): This track, from their second album “Scream Aim Fire,” exhibits the band’s growth in terms of songwriting and musical complexity. It features a powerful guitar solo and showcases the band’s ability to seamlessly transition between heavy and melodic sections.

3. “Your Betrayal” (2010): From their third album “Fever,” this song is a perfect example of Bullet For My Valentine’s ability to create catchy hooks within their heavy sound. The intense guitar riffs and Matt Tuck’s impressive vocal range make it a fan-favorite during their live performances.

4. “Riot” (2013): This song is from their fourth album “Temper Temper” and is known for its aggressive and rebellious energy. It tackles themes of frustration and fighting against the system, resonating with both longtime fans and newcomers to the band.

5. “Venom” (2015): The title track of their fifth album, “Venom,” demonstrates Bullet For My Valentine’s ability to evolve their sound while staying true to their metal roots. This song combines heavy riffs with infectious melodies, creating an anthemic sound that has become synonymous with the band.

6. “Don’t Need You” (2017): This single, released as a standalone track between albums, showcases the band’s ability to capture raw emotion in their music. It addresses themes of heartache and moving on, resonating with listeners who have experienced similar situations.

7. “Over It” (2018): From their sixth album “Gravity,” this song marks a departure from their traditional sound, incorporating electronic elements while still maintaining their heavy edge. It showcases the band’s willingness to experiment and push boundaries, attracting a wider audience.

8. “Knives” (2020): This single, released ahead of their seventh album “Bullet For My Valentine,” demonstrates the band’s return to their heavy roots. It features blistering guitar work and powerful vocals, reminding fans of the band’s early sound while still evolving their musical style.

Now, let’s delve into some interesting facts about Bullet For My Valentine:

1. Formation and early name change: The band was originally formed in 1998 under the name “Jeff Killed John” before changing their name to Bullet For My Valentine in 2003.

2. Influences: Bullet For My Valentine draws inspiration from a variety of bands, including Metallica, Iron Maiden, and Slayer. This blend of influences contributes to their unique sound.

3. Chart success: Several of their albums have achieved commercial success, with their second album “Scream Aim Fire” reaching number 4 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2008.

4. Lineup changes: Throughout their career, Bullet For My Valentine has experienced some lineup changes, but the core members, Matt Tuck (vocals, rhythm guitar), Michael Paget (lead guitar), and Jason Bowld (drums), have remained consistent since 2015.

5. Grammy nominations: The band has been nominated for multiple Grammy Awards, including Best Metal Performance for their song “Tears Don’t Fall” in 2007.

6. International recognition: Bullet For My Valentine’s music has resonated with fans worldwide, leading to sold-out shows in countries like the United States, Australia, and Japan.

7. Collaborations: The band has collaborated with renowned artists such as Avenged Sevenfold and Slipknot, showcasing their versatility and willingness to work with other musicians.

8. Evolution of sound: Over the years, Bullet For My Valentine has experimented with different musical styles, incorporating elements of alternative rock and electronic music into their heavy metal sound.

Now, let’s address some common questions fans may have about Bullet For My Valentine:

1. Are Bullet For My Valentine still active in 2024?

Yes, the band is still active and continues to create music and perform live shows.

2. Will there be a new Bullet For My Valentine album in 2024?

As of now, there is no official announcement regarding a new album, but the band has hinted at working on new material.

3. What is Bullet For My Valentine’s most popular song?

One of their most popular songs is “Tears Don’t Fall,” which gained widespread recognition upon its release.

4. How did Bullet For My Valentine get their name?

The band changed their name to Bullet For My Valentine in 2003, inspired by a song called “Bullet for My Valentine” by the band Poison the Well.

5. Have any members left the band?

Throughout their career, there have been lineup changes, but the core members have remained consistent since 2015.

6. Have Bullet For My Valentine won any awards?

While they have been nominated for Grammy Awards, they have not yet won one.

7. What is the meaning behind “Venom,” the title of their fifth album?

“Venom” represents the band’s desire to unleash their music with a venomous intensity and energy.

8. Will Bullet For My Valentine tour in 2024?

It is likely that the band will embark on a tour in 2024, as they have consistently performed live shows throughout their career.

9. Do they have any upcoming collaborations?

There is no official announcement regarding collaborations at the moment, but the band has shown a willingness to collaborate in the past.

10. Are there any plans for a documentary or film about the band?

There are no current plans for a documentary or film about Bullet For My Valentine, but it is always a possibility in the future.

11. How has Bullet For My Valentine’s sound evolved over the years?

The band has experimented with different musical styles, incorporating elements of alternative rock and electronic music into their heavy metal sound.

12. What is their writing process like?

The band members collaborate during the songwriting process, with Matt Tuck primarily handling the lyrics.

13. Are they involved in any philanthropic work?

Bullet For My Valentine has been involved in various charitable efforts, including fundraising for cancer research and mental health awareness.

14. How have they dealt with the challenges of the music industry?

The band has faced challenges throughout their career but has persevered by staying true to their music and maintaining a loyal fan base.

15. What can fans expect from Bullet For My Valentine in the future?

Fans can expect the band to continue creating music that blends heavy riffs with melodic hooks, while also exploring new musical territories.

In conclusion, Bullet For My Valentine has solidified their place in the heavy metal genre with their powerful songs and captivating performances. With their evolving sound and dedication to their craft, the band has garnered a devoted following. As we look towards 2024, fans can eagerly anticipate new music, electrifying live shows, and the continued growth of Bullet For My Valentine.

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  10. List of songs by Bullet For My Valentine

    Gravity (2018) Hand of Blood (2005) Hearts Burst Into Fire (2008) Knives (2021) Last to Know (2008) Letting You Go (2018) Livin Life (On The Edge of A Knife) (2013) No Way Out (2015) Not Dead Yet (2018) Over It (2018) Piece of Me (2018) Raising Hell (2013) Riot (2013) Room 409 (2005) Saints & Sinners (2013) Say Goodnight (2008)

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    2,072,788 Followers Never miss another Bullet for My Valentine concert. Get alerts about tour announcements, concert tickets, and shows near you with a free Bandsintown account. No upcoming shows Send a request to Bullet for My Valentine to play in your city Request a Show Similar Artists On Tour Avenged Sevenfold 3M Followers Slipknot 3M Followers

  12. Bullet for My Valentine music, videos, stats, and photos

    Bridgend, Bridgend, Wales, United Kingdom. Bullet for My Valentine is a metal band from Bridgend, formed in 1998. The band is composed of Matt Tuck (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Michael Paget (lead guitar), Jamie Mathias (bass guitar, backing vocals), and Jason Bowld (drums). They were formed under the name Jeff Killed John and starte… read more.

  13. The story behind Bullet For My Valentine's global conquest

    There's a young child to pick up from school. Matt checks his phone, offers a handshake and then he's off, striding out the door and down the street, into a future even he can't control. Bullet For My Valentine is out on November 5 via Spinefarm. The band tour the UK in October and November.

  14. Bullet for My Valentine by Bullet for My Valentine

    It couldn't be more of a contrast with Gravity' in a ferocious style. It's very technical. I don't know why. You've just gotta go with what you wanna go with — as a band, as a musician ...

  15. Scream Aim Fire

    Scream Aim Fire Scream Aim Fire is the second studio album by Welsh heavy metal band Bullet for My Valentine. The album was released on 28 January 2008 in the United Kingdom and the preceding day in the United States through Jive Records. Since its release, Scream Aim Fire has sold over 1,400,000 copies worldwide. [5]

  16. Live Dates

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  17. 10 Bullet for My Valentine Songs Ranked Worst to Best

    This song ranks third on our list of Bullet for My Valentine songs ranked. 2. 4 Words (To Choke Upon) 4 Words (To Choke Upon) is the first single from Bullet for My Valentine's debut album The Poison. The song is a metalcore anthem that features catchy riffs, fast drums, and a memorable chorus. The song is about proving the doubters wrong and ...

  18. PEARL JAM announce 2024 world tour

    08/26 - Indianapolis, IN @ Ruoff Music Center % 08/29 - Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field % 08/31 - Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field % 09/03 - New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden % ... MEGADETH announce Canadian tour with BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE. ONI to open. Events PANTERA, LIMP BIZKIT, COREY TAYLOR, more playing ROCKLAHOMA 2023.

  19. Bullet for My Valentine Tour Statistics: 2021

    Songs played by year: 2021 View the statistics of songs played live by Bullet for My Valentine. Have a look which song was played how often in 2021!

  20. Bullet for My Valentine Lyrics, Songs, and Albums

    Discography: Bullet for My Valentine EP (2004) Hand of Blood EP (2004) The Poison (2005) Rare Cuts EP (2007) Scream Aim Fire (2008) Fever (2010) Temper Temper (2013) Venom (2015) Gravity (2018)...

  21. Bullet For My Valentine Bullet For My Valentine Songs

    1. "Tears Don't Fall" (2005): This iconic song from their debut album, "The Poison," catapulted Bullet For My Valentine into the mainstream metal scene. It showcases their signature blend of aggressive riffs and melodic choruses, with emotionally charged lyrics that resonated with fans worldwide. 2. "Waking the Demon" (2008): This ...

  22. HAVE HEART announce 2024 reunion shows

    It's happening. Again. Have Heart are reuniting for another round of shows. The Boston hardcore luminaries released two generation-defining albums in the 2000s, 2006's The Things We Carry and 2008's Songs to Scream at the Sun, and then called it a day in 2009.. In 2019, they reunited for a few shows, including one in their home state of Massachusetts that drew more than 8,000 attendees.

  23. All Best Of Bullet For My Valentine Full Album

    I reuploaded this compilation songs from the band named Bullet For My Valentine.These are the top 13 random songs I uploaded. I have been struggling this tim...