Bullet for my valentine Band – Venom : New Album, Songs, Lyrics?
Formed in 1998, Welsh heavy quartet Bullet for My Valentine is among-est 80s metal bands for melodic, metallic and dark rock songs. This band has childhood friend group of Michael Thomas for drums, Matthew Matt Tuck, Jamie Mathias, Michael Padget for guitar/vocals and Jason James.
In U.K., The Band (Bullet for My valentine) released a self-titled EP during the period of best performance of November 2004. After it the team worked with An American label, TrustKill to begin releasing creations of songs in USA. With regular successes the band give best performance with Hand of Blood. After winning Kerrang, Their album poison got fame in us.
In 2013 Bullet for My Valentine’s fourth album, Temper Temper was released. IN 2015 members of band work with Colin Richardson and create Venom, is the fifth studio album by the Welsh metal core band Bullet for My Valentine.
According the rumors Bullet For My Valentine’s musician says that ‘ Venom’ is amazing and tour of their journey of music life and the great state of metal Band. Now there are some news and rumors about band that Band could be set to score their first Official Albums Chart Number 1 in January with their fifth studio album Venom. If its sales momentum continues, the LP – featuring singles No Way Out, You Want A Battle and Army Of Noise – will outdo the group’s current best-performing albums Scream Aim Fire and Fever, which both peaked at Number 5 in 2008 and 2010 respectively.
Most of people of uk and usa know that Bullet for My Valentine has been metal’s old reliable. Regularly the Band releasing solid albums every two to three years and getting fame touching heights of new genre. Recently released fifth studio album, Venom stand with great position in music field. It debuted at number one on Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums Chart, their third number one debut on the chart, and number eight on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart. While none of their albums have strayed too far from their original sound, ‘Venom’ marks a return to their more aggressive, thrash metal roots following their previous album, temper, ‘which is considered by many to be their most commercial sounding release.