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Fever

Bullet For My Valentine are back with their third studio album Fever, and from my first couple of listens I can say this is the album we have been waiting for since The Poison. Scream Aim Fire was a good album, but even the band themselves said that it isn’t the album they wanted to release. Fever is like a combination of their first two albums, but a lot more towards the sound of The Poison side than Scream Aim Fire, and lyrically it is a great improvement on their last album and a lot darker in some of the songs.

Opener Your Betrayal is a brilliant epic and heavy song that gives you a little taster of what is to come. Fever and first single, The Last Fight follows on nicely with the same heavy sound. Then we come to the first softer toned track, A Place Where You Belong, with its calm melodies but great riffs and lyrics, but not one for the lover of a heavy track, maybe if you liked Hearts Burst Into Fire but still a good song. Following on Pleasure And Pain, Alone and Breaking Out, Breaking Down separate the next softer toned track, Bittersweet Memories. Then Dignity bursts through with the reminiscent sound of The Poison, and then my favourite song on the album and the heaviest, Begging For Mercy. It is one of the best tracks since Tears Don’t Fall and Waking The Demon. And in typical BFMV style they end the album with the heavy and brutal song in Pretty On the Outside.

I have had a couple of listens of the album and the best songs on the album are Begging For Mercy, Your Betrayal, Fever, Alone, Pleasure And Pain and Dignity.

Song Ratings:
Your Betrayal – 10/10
Fever – 10/10
The Last Fight – 8/10
A Place Where You Belong – 9/10
Pleasure And Pain – 10/10
Alone – 10/10
Breaking Out, Breaking Down – 7/10
Bittersweet Memories – 8/10
Dignity – 9/10
Begging For Mercy – 10/10
Pretty On The Outside – 8/10

Overall it is an incredible third album, and any fan should have a listen. It is heavy, epic, brutal and the best album since The Poison. If you loved The Poison then you will love this. As a long time Bullet fan, I am very pleased with the album.

Totally uninspired...

...every song follows a very narrow formula and hence all sound very similar, leaving the listener with a very bland sonic experience..
Stinks of another band simply chasing commercial success and trying to adhere to the modern pop metal Kerrang blue print.

Great but...

Bullets new album is great, yet many guitar riffs, are familier from other songs by bullet and by other artists and thier songs are becoming very, samey

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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