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Album Review

Welsh thrash/metalcore band Bullet for My Valentine sold a lot of records out of the gate with their 2006 album The Poison, blending old-school metal riffing and emo lyrical content in a manner similar to Stateside peers like Atreyu. On their second album, 2008's Scream Aim Fire, they evolved into a much more aggressive and assured metal act, going a little easier on the overwrought diary-entry lyrics in favor of Trivium-style anthems like "Eye of the Storm" and "Waking the Demon." On their third disc, they consolidate their style and split the difference between their two previous discs, offering ultra-clean singing and overwrought lost-love lyrics atop a bed of gated and triggered drums, staccato guitar riffing, and arena-friendly soloing. Having apparently overcome the throat problems that plagued him around the time of Scream Aim Fire, Matt Tuck's vocals are powerful and committed, whether on heavy tracks like "Your Betrayal" or ballads like "Bittersweet Memories." This isn't a pathbreaking album by a band with any chance at reshaping their genre in their image; it's a solid disc by a group that knows its own strengths.

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Worth The Wait!

Bullet For My Valentine have out done themselves yet again with this fantastic album, while being a different approach to their rock/metalcore style, it is still very Bullet. The band has experimented with the vocals of Mattew Tuck and have produced an amazing album utilitising breath taking guitar riffs, incredible vocals and awe inspiring drumming by Michael Thomas. Its amazing that while continuing to show their musical prowess they are still in keeping with the Bullet style we all know and have come to love.

'Your Betrayal' - 10/10
'Fever' - 7/10
'The Last Fight' - 10/10
'A Place Where You Belong' - 9/10
'Pleasure And Pain' - 7/10
'Alone' - 9/10
'Breaking Out, Breaking Down' - 9/10
'Bittersweet Memories' - 9/10
'Dignity' - 9/10
'Begging For Mercy' - 9/10
'Pretty On The Outside' - 9/10

Wow

Wow, thats all I can say, an awesome album, its left me speechless.
The best songs on the album are:

Your Betrayal
Fever
The Last Fight
A Place Where You Belong
Pleasure And Pain
Alone
Breaking Out, Breaking Down
Bittersweet Moments
Dignity
Begging for Mercy
Pretty On The Outside

So if you're thinking of only buying some of the songs, then I suggest you buy all the ones I have just listed.:)

Bullet have done it again

Bullet for my valentine have really outdone themselves this time, this album does not have a bad track on it!

Favourites:

The Last Fight
Your Betrayal
Alone
Pretty On The Outside
Fever
Dignity
A Place Where You Belong

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Bridgend, South Wales

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Since their inception in 2003, the Welsh quartet Bullet for My Valentine have been taking cues from '80s metal bands and the punk-infused metal of the new millennium to make melodic, metallic, dark rock songs. Originating from Bridgend, South Wales — a breeding ground for likeminded groups like Funeral for a Friend and LostProphets — the group consists of childhood friends Matthew Tuck (vocals/guitar), Michael Padget (guitar/vocals), Jason James (bass/vocals), and Michael Thomas (drums)....
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