PREGUNTAS FRECUENTES: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE EN MEXICO 2015

Realizamos una lista de Preguntas Frecuentes para cualquier duda.

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE CONFIRMADO PARA EL SOUNDWAVE 2016

Bullet for my Valentine fue la primer banda confirmada para el festival Soundwave del 2016. Los chicos se presentarán en Australia con su más reciente material Venom.

SEGUNDA FECHA DE BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE EN EL PLAZA CONDESA

Excelentes noticias bullets! Debido a la gran respuesta por el concierto del 8 de septiembre (boletos casi agotados) EyeScream Productions agendó una fecha más. El 9 de septiembre será el segundo concierto, que seguramente será memorable.

RESEÑAS DE VENOM

Bullet for my Valentine finalmente lanzó a la venta mundial, Venom, su quinta producción de estudio.

NUEVA PLAYERA DEL TEAM

Bullet for my Valentine Waking the Masses México, Playera, Street Team, Team, Waking the Masses México No comments Hola chicos como les habíamos informado anteriormente lanzaremos una totalmente nueva playera del team.

viernes, 30 de abril de 2010

'Fever' proyectado para vender la primera semana 65K-70K

Según Hits Daily Double, el sitio en Internet de la industria musical en HITS, "Fever", el tercer álbum de los metaleros galeses BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, está en camino de vender entre 65.000 y 70.000 copias en los Estados Unidos en su primera semana de lanzamiento.

El último álbum "Scream Aim Fire" de BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, se abrió con 53.000 unidades en febrero de 2008 para posicionarse en el número 4 en el Billboard 200.

"Fever" con BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE y el productor Don Gilmore, conocido por su trabajo con Linkin Park y Good Charlotte.

La banda - el guitarrista / vocalista Matt Tuck, el guitarrista Michael Paget, el bajista Jason James y el baterista Michael Thomas - grabaron el CD en los estudios tanto en su nativa Gales y Los Ángeles.

Lista de canciones del CD:

01. Your Betrayal
02. Fever
03. The Last Fight
04. A Place Where You Belong
05. Pleasure and Pain
06. Alone
07. Breaking Out Breaking Down
08. Bittersweet Memories
09. Dignity
10. Begging For Mercy
11. Pretty On The Outside


Gánate una camiseta Fever

Otro concurso! Intenta ganar una camiseta Fever!


Da clic en la imagen.

Videos Favoritos de BFMV

Esta vez en Rock Louder los chicos han decidido hablar de sus videos musicales favoritos:

Lady Gaga - Bad Romance

Moose: "Este nuevo vídeo Lady GaGa - que recibe su manguito fuera!"
Matt: "¿Qué? ¡Se deja qué? "
Moose: "Sabes, ella se deja pegar un tortazo a cabo."
Matt: "¿En serio?"
Moose: "Sí, al parecer. Esperemos que no sea un hombre. Sé que suena raro, pero creo que ella es genial, para la música pop. Ella escribe todas sus cosas propias, así, que está chido".
Matt: "Sí, ella realmente toca, así que es muy impresionante. Cuando lo hace en el piano y esas cosas a capella es increíble, ella tiene, sin duda, con mucho talento".

Metallica - One

Matt: "Este es un su primer video de música y no sólo es una canción absolutamente épica, pero es un video épico también. Hay una historia muy, muy profunda detrás de todo esto que es grande, y lo eleva de ser un "buen" vídeo a ser un increíble vídeo".
Moose: "Una canción impresionante, y un gran video para ir con ella".

Bullet For My Valentine - The Last Fight

Matt: "Sabes qué, podríamos ser atrevidos y poner uno de los nuestros aquí, nosotros no? Este es 'The Last Fight', que es el primer sencillo 'Fever'. "
Moose: "Este es un gran video. Uno de nuestros favoritos con seguridad".


Fever número 2 en iTunes Store en USA!

Fever en la posición número 2 en iTunes Store en USA!

miércoles, 28 de abril de 2010

Gánate un exclusivo BFMV anillo

Bullet For My Valentine, en asociación con Last.fm, ofrece la oportunidad de ganar este exclusivo BFMV anillo diseñado por 'The Great Frog'. Para participar, rellene el formulario aquí.

Recuerda que debes marcar la casilla en la parte inferior si desea obtener el boletín oficial BFMV para todas las últimas noticias BFMV, nuevos productos, información de pre-venta de tickets y más concursos fantástico!

Bullet For My Valentine en sesión en BBC Radio

Bullet For My Valentine en sesión en el estudio con BBC’s Maida Vale. Da clic aquí o en la imagen.


Matt en RockSound!


Una entrevista con Matt en RockSound! Descarga los scans, gracias a Bullets Daily.

Unlocked Level 8 & 9


- Una carta de Padge



- Una foto inédita de la banda



martes, 27 de abril de 2010

Rock City Interview - Part 2!

BFMV en Big Cheese Magazine!

MySpace Secret Show!

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE WEEK: NUESTRAS BANDAS FAVORITAS

En la semana de Bullet For My Valentine en Rocklouder, revelaran sus tres bandas favoritas.

Devildriver

Moose: “Ellos tienen tiempo, pero acaban de publicar un nuevo gran álbum. Se caracterizan por Dez Fafara, que solía estar en Coal Chamber, que también eran excelente en aquellos días. El nuevo álbum se llama "Pray For Villians" - fue lanzado en el verano del año pasado creo, y es un disco que vale la pena escuchar y celebrar. En realidad no le da la forma de prestigio que se merecen, supongo”.

Matt: “Sí, es una muy buena banda. Muy infravalorado”.


Avenged Sevenfold

Matt: "Avenged Sevenfold son grandes y merecen mucho más respeto de lo que realmente reciben - fue increíblemente triste cuando su baterista falleció. Tendemos a escucharlos mucho. Siempre son buenas y coherentes - álbum tras álbum siempre es muy sólido y son también una banda en vivo asombrosa, como se puede ver arriba".


36 Crazyfists

Moose: "Creo que 36 Crazyfists son simplemente una gran banda. Es una pena que no tengan la suficiente atención como deberían. Vivimos en el mundo de Bullet una gran parte del tiempo por lo que muchas de nuestras decisiones no son particularmente nuevas, pero son bandas que respeto y admiro - 36 Crazyfists son simplemente fantásticos".

Matt: "Yo estaría de acuerdo, 36 Crazyfists son geniales. Hay un montón de bandas consolidadas como que realmente vuelan abajo del radar. No estamos sugiriendo ninguna banda nueva, -como Moose djo estamos en el mundo de Bullet todo el tiempo-, estamos constantemente de tour y escuchamos las mismas bandas todo el tiempo. Así que en algunos aspectos estamos un poco fuera de contacto con nuevas bandas y lo que está pasando en el mundo del rock - realmente no llegamos a escuchar un montón de cosas que son radicalmente nueva,s ni muy nuevos artistas. Es principalmente bandas establecidas que están dentro de nuestro mundo - como Avenged Sevenfold y 36 Crazyfists, por ejemplo. No es difícil salir de ella, pero te concentras en lo que hace una gran parte del tiempo por lo que es un poco estrecho ver hacia otras cosas que está pasando!

lunes, 26 de abril de 2010

MySpace Today Secret Show! Velo en vivo!!

El MySpace Secret Show de Bullet For My Valentineo es hoy en Londres!

Los fans han estado acampando desde temprano en la mañana para ver a la banda y el show está AGOTADO! Incluso si usted no puede estar en Londres para ver a la banda que puede verlo en vivo a las 4:00 pm EST / 9:00 pm GMT

Haga clic aquí para ver Bullet For My Valentine en vivo desde Londres hoy y echa un vistazo a las fotos de los fans haciendo fila de abajo!



Los fans haciendo cola para conseguir entradas para ver a Bullet For My Valentine!




Bullet For My Valentine en Rocklouder

Para celebrar su nuevo álbum 'Fever', el metaleros galesa serán los invitados de edición de toda la semana en el sitio de Rocklouder - aquí pedazo en video de la entrevista exclusiva con Moose y Matt.

La semana pasada les preguntamos a nuestros seguidores en Twitter que hacen preguntas a la banda (por suerte no tuvimos ningún celdas inmundas), y filmamos los resultados - mirada el vídeo para saber las noticias de su próxima gira mundial y otras cosas buenas.

Rock Soound: This is going to blow your mind...

Bullet For My Valentine - Fever
This is going to blow your mind...

Rating: 8 out 10

If you’re a Bullet fan this is going to blow your mind. Covered with all the big choruses and catchy riffs that made Bullet For My Valentine a force from inception, ‘Fever’ is constantly on a melody-heavy crusade for anthems. Always willing to provide their faithful with hooks large enough to threaten arenas, the Welsh quartet have not only kept the form, they’ve unashamedly embraced it.
Although there’s less thrash content than previous album ‘Scream Aim Fire’, the band do retain the aggression that pleased fans from that outing. Tracks such as ‘Your Betrayal’ and ‘The Last Fight’ demonstrate as much from the outset, presenting fast-paced passages before parrying the momentum into upswings of melody. Elsewhere, tracks like ‘Dignity’ and ‘Alone’ lean more towards the choruses of clean-cut epics.
Despite there being some talk that ‘Fever’ would be devoid of easy-consume ballads, both ‘A Place Where You Belong’ and ‘Bittersweet Memories’ are likely to tempt lighters aloft. While each one has the necessary touches of power that make them metallically acceptable, certainly the prior track is still a little more Whitesnake than some fans might prefer.
Signature harmonies, both guitar and vocal, have accented all Bullet For My Valentine albums inside their relatively short career. These cues are provided in sizeable volume on ‘Fever’ and are the elements that will give Bullet fans a frequently occurring reference point from which to navigate. For some they will be a necessary device, as this third full-length has virtually no trace of the band’s metalcore past. Instead a classic metal approach to structure and sensibility has become more prominent. Along with other examples, ‘Pleasure And Pain’ withholds any hardcore posturing while evoking sentimental, Iron Maiden-esque leads and tried and tested progressions. Although the back-glance is highly commendable and provides an effective dynamic, it’s a mindset that instigates ‘Fever’’s greatest flaw. In Bullet’s quest for inoffensive giant-generating content they have provoked songs that while enjoyable are unchallenging. Though super-size hooks are infectious, they’re also incredibly predictable and there are more than a handful of moments inside ‘Fever’ where sections can be foreseen near chord-for-chord. Though unlikely to phase many followers, other listeners may have appreciated greater depth.
Perhaps working with decidedly mainstream producer Don Gilmore (Avril Lavigne, Linkin Park) has been a little transparent but the collaboration has still produced the desired results. You get the feeling that although there are fewer nods to their thrash-favouring past, Bullet For My Valentine are being more honest than ever in creating a melodically-based record that still provides moments of heavy.
While this is ultimately the same Bullet For My Valentine, the band are unavoidably more hook-centric than ever before. However, there’s still not a single track here that would create an unpleasant contrast if dropped into any previous record. ‘Fever’ is unlikely to win Bullet For My Valentine more respect amongst their peers, but this could be the album to persuade non-believers.

For fans of: Avenged Sevenfold, Atreyu, Killswitch Engage


Ultimate Guitar - Entrevista con Matt

Cutting a third album is quite the unique situation. On a group's debut, the band have hardly a care in the world, the debut composed of the tracks they've penned while touring clubs and so on. A second release is affected by the success or lack thereof of a debut however, since certain expectations are placed on the group. Perhaps certain quarters want the group to expand and evolve their sound, and in doing so, this deviates from that group's original sound. In releasing "Scream Aim Fire", this is seemingly what happened to Bullet For My Valentine.

Just over a year after the January 2008 issue of second full length "Scream Aim Fire", in early 2009 Bullet For My Valentine revealed that writing sessions were already under way for the group's third opus. Previous material released includes debut effort "The Poison" (2005-6), not to mention a self-titled EP (November 2004) and the EP "Hand Of Blood" (August 2005). As opposed to waiting for tracks to be penned, vocalist Matt Tuck wrote lyrics at the same time. Bullet For My Valentine entered the studio in April 2009 with producer Don Gilmore (known for having worked with Linkin Park and Good Charlotte), whereas in the past the outfit had worked with Colin Richardson. Tours such as 2009's Mayhem Festival caused a break in recording, demoing occurring in Monmouthshire, Wales and recording occurring in Malibu, California. An early December 2009 update revealed that recording sessions had concluded.

In early February 2010, Bullet For My Valentine travelled to L. A. to film music videos for the songs "The Last Fight" and "Your Betrayal", filming them in two days with director Paul R. Brown. That same month, the title of the act's third album was announced, "Fever". "Fever" will be released in North America on April 27th, and one day earlier internationally, through Jive Records.

On April 15th at 13.30 GMT, Hit The Lights' Robert Gray telephoned Bullet For My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck to discuss "Fever".

Matt Tuck: Hello?

UG: Hello. This is Robert Gray from Ultimate-Guitar.com. Can I speak to Matt please?
Matt: Oh, hi there.

UG: How are you Matt?
Matt: I'm very well. How are you?

UG: I'm ok. Would it be alright if I began the interview?
Matt: Yes.

UG: Bullet For My Valentine began writing new material in early 2009. From there, how did things develop into what became 'Fever'?
Matt: Basically, we just had a long period of time off from touring and press and everything so we could basically concentrate a hundred percent on writing. We didn't have that on 'Scream Aim Fire', and we think it suffered because of that. We just wanted to get a lot of time off to particularly get the right songs, and that's what we did really. We did demos of them, and when we were happy and had enough material, we went into the studio with Don Gilmore and recorded it for real.

UG: In an interview, you said that the recording sessions for second studio album 'Scream Aim Fire' "just ripped (the members') hearts out of wanting to be in a band". What did you mean by that statement?
Matt: Just because of the process, we didn't get proper time to write songs. We wrote 'Scream Aim Fire''s songs while we were on tour. I was going through a physical battle with my voice, not being able to sing, and we were trying to write songs to please other people like critics and journalists who were saying bad things about the band - that we weren't a real metal band etcetera. We weren't extremely happy with the end result; there's great stuff on 'Scream Aim Fire', but it was never the album it could've been for multiple reasons really. 'Scream Aim Fire' was an album we wrote to try to prove people wrong, and wasn't an album we made for ourselves. 'Fever' is an album that was a hundred percent us; we didn't listen to anyone's opinions, what critics' opinions were, or what people thought we should do, or how we should sound. We wanted to be a hundred percent us, and natural, and if we liked it, then it was good enough. We should've done that the second time around, rather than listening to other people's opinions.

UG: 'Scream Aim Fire''s material was written for other people, as opposed to the band itself?
Matt: Some of it was written a hundred percent for us, but we tried a little bit too hard to be metal when we should've just carried on doing what we did really - like we did on all of 'The Poison' material. So yeah, 'Scream Aim Fire' was a decent album, but it could've been better.

UG: Bullet For My Valentine chose to work with producer Don Gilmore as opposed to working with Colin Richardson who the group had worked with before, stepping out of its comfort zone. Why did Bullet For My Valentine want to work with Don Gilmore?
Matt: Working with Colin was great, but we thought we had gone as far as we could with him. With all due respect to Colin, he's not a record producer - he's an engineer. We needed someone who actually looked at the songs, ripped them apart, restructured them, and gave ideas, whereas in the past, we just basically did everything ourselves. We knew we had the potential to be bigger and better, but we needed someone to push us further, and Don was the man for the job really.

UG: Would say that Don was the first real producer Bullet For My Valentine has worked with?
Matt: Yeah. Like I said, everything we did in the past Padge, myself and the other guys did by ourselves. We produced the albums, and Colin just recorded them. This was the first time that we actually worked with a record producer.

UG: When Bullet For My Valentine produced itself during recording sessions in the past, has it been difficult to get a handle on things so to speak? Like in terms of whether a certain take was the best take the group could achieve, for example?
Matt: No. Our quality control is extremely high anyway. Don really didn't do a lot in the studio until it came to the vocal side of things, and then as soon as we started laying vocals down, we knew if we needed to edit the songs or reduce the guitar parts. He let us take control over the musical side, because we don't really need help in that way. We're quite capable of doing that ourselves because we have a very high standard anyway.

UG: How did Don Gilmore help you cut the best vocals you were capable of?
Matt: Just by pissing me off I think (laughs), if I'm honest. He was quite brutal when he didn't think something was good enough, whether that was lyrically, melody-wise or performance-wise. He was all about the vocal production. He just brought out the best in me, and opened my eyes to what I could achieve really because I was settling for things that were decent but could've been better. He wouldn't let it go until it was the best it could be.

UG: Lyrically and vocally, would you say that 'Fever' is the best album Bullet For My Valentine has recorded thus far?
Matt: Oh yeah, by far. I think everyone who hears it will also realize that as well. It's quite an obvious progression in quality, really.

UG: Was there any specific advice which Don Gilmore gave you on a vocal or lyrical level that you'll take with you when you enter future recording sessions?
Matt: Yeah, everything. It just proved that I could really sing when I really, really tried and I committed myself. He just made me realize that I should try different things, and different lyrics and different melodies, and not to settle for the first thing that I come up with, and to try alternatives.

UG: You said that Don Gilmore coerced you to cut the best vocals that you could by pissing you off. At times, how heated did things get between you and Don?
Matt: It got really tense a lot of the time. He was thinking what he was suggesting was better, and I was thinking what I was suggesting was better. In the end, instead of fighting about it we just tried both. Sometimes it was his ideas that worked, and sometimes it was my ideas that worked, and sometimes it was a combination of both of our ideas. It was just working as a team, and letting go of the egos really; not him thinking that he knew best or me thinking that I knew best, but working as a team.

UG: Did it take you awhile to see where Don was coming from?
Matt: Yeah, totally. Like I said, everything we did in the past was by ourselves. It was just hard to think about what other people were suggesting because we've achieved what we've achieved in our career off our own backs, so obviously thought we knew best.

UG: On 'Fever', what is Bullet For My Valentine exactly?
Matt: Just a great British rock band, I think. I think 'Fever' is a definitive point in our career, and is gonna do very well. Even if it doesn't, me and the boys are extremely happy with it. Should it fail, then at least we stuck to our guns and failed on our own terms. If 'Scream Aim Fire' wasn't successful, it would've been all for shitty reasons - that we wrote the album for other people. If we're gonna fuck up, we wanna fuck up on our own terms.

UG: Would you define Bullet For My Valentine as a metal band, or a hard rock band?
Matt: I dunno. I could say both, to be honest. Regardless of what I say, people are gonna think differently, so it doesn't really matter. People label us in genres all the time which aren't accurate, or a true representation, which shows that some people aren't really paying attention. People can call it whatever they want, whether they like it or don't like it.

UG: In talking about 'Fever', you've referenced Metallica's 'The Black Album' (1991). What qualities does 'Fever' share with 'The Black Album'?
Matt: I dunno. 'Fever' is a solid album from start to finish really, and in my opinion and the boys' opinion, and of course the people that've heard it. It is an album of all killer and no filler, and is a solid album from front to back. People are always gonna have preferences in terms of which songs are their favourites, but the album as a whole is solid. I think an album like 'The Black Album' has that quality from track one to track whatever. Every single song is a potential hit.

UG: In terms of its music, is 'Fever' more straightforward?
Matt: Yeah. 'Fever' is a lot more straightforward, and a lot simpler than anything we've done before. That's what makes it sound a lot more solid I think; there's no excess fat on the drums, the vocals or anything. 'Fever' isn't overproduced, and is just a very, very solid all-round record.

UG: In writing and recording future albums, is this a musical direction you could see Bullet For My Valentine continuing?
Matt: Yeah. What we realized with Don was that by stripping things down and making things simpler, it makes it a lot better, a lot more understandable, a lot more listenable, and a lot more classic. It's definitely a formula we'll be continuing with on future projects.

UG: Can you see Bullet For My Valentine working with Don Gilmore again?
Matt: Yeah. We'd definitely consider it next time around. We'd see how the album goes, and when we start thinking about producers the next time around, he'll definitely be on the list. Also, it'll depend on whether he wants to do it or not - it's not really up to us, unfortunately. You can ask producers, but they may not be available or may not even want to do it. We'll just have to see when the time comes.

UG: In what ways is 'Fever' a more mature album for Bullet For My Valentine?
Matt: I'd say 'Fever' is a more mature record; it's more mature in the respect that we're not trying to overplay things, or trying to establish ourselves as having the best drummer or singer on the planet. We've done everything that the songs dictate, and just what the songs need, rather than trying to show off or trying to be too clever, and be mature in the knowledge that the most important thing is the song, and not us as individuals.

UG: You've said that the lyrics to 'Fever''s title track are about "getting intoxicated by a woman who's bad news". Were those lyrics based on your personal experiences?
Matt: Well, kind of. All women are bad news really (laughs), but it depends if you find a good one or a psycho. But yeah, "Fever" is about rock 'n' roll excess, and having a good time - the song is about lust, basically. It's not about someone in particular, but the general male instincts to fall in love with bad girls really.

UG: Why did you opt to promote "Fever" to title track status, and call the album that?
Matt: Just because it was a real short, catchy title. There's no big deep meaning behind it. We just thought it'd be a cool name for an album really.

UG: You've also said that one of 'Fever''s tracks takes a dig at those who've criticized Bullet For My Valentine.
Matt: I think you're referring to "Dignity".

UG: Does it really piss you off then when music fans feel that Bullet For My Valentine aren't that good of a group?
Matt: No, not really. Me and the boys constantly focus on just doing what we do. People can have opinions and repeat anything as much as they want, but it doesn't change anything for us. It might piss us off and it's not nice to read or hear about, but at the end of the day we do what we do, and we're pretty fucking good at it and we've become successful. We're very focused on just doing our job, rather than worrying about what other people think. That's gonna happen regardless of who you are and what you do.

UG: One of 'Fever''s tracks touches upon the subject of suicide. Is that related to the Bridgend suicides that've been reported in the media in recent times?
Matt: No. It isn't related to Bridgend and what happened there a couple of years ago, but is just a fictional story that I thought about, like how I would react if I could make amends with someone before they died - before it's too late. If you had a chance to make amends and not to live with that guilt for the rest of your life. It's nothing to do with the Bridgend thing.

UG: In interviews, you've mentioned how a friend of yours took his own life when you were fifteen. Did that inspire you to write those lyrics at all?
Matt: I've sung about that, but that was on 'The Poison'. That was the song "10 Years Today". We kind of got that out of our system back then, so it's not about that scenario either.

UG: Have you had any Bullet For My Valentine fans approach you, fans who've possibly said that the group's music is what has given them strength?
Matt: We do get a lot of fans that take inspiration from our music in a positive way, fans who are going through hard times mentally, physically in their lives. It's just a nice thing to hear, that we do make an impact on someone's life in a positive way. It's just an amazing thing.

UG: Is providing inspiration a conscious move on the part of Bullet For My Valentine, or unintentional?
Matt: No, it's totally unintentional. If you start to think and write songs with that in mind, it gets a little bit weird. If you start thinking about stuff like that, it'll just totally fuck up the writing process. Again, you'll get too concerned about what might happen or not happen and what people will think or not think about it. I just do my thing, and if people like it and take a positive influence from it, then that's awesome.

UG: And "The Last Fight" is about drug addiction.
Matt: "The Last Fight" is a song about drug addiction, but comes from the point of view of the person who's trying to help this person, and they just keep getting their help thrown back in their face. The song "The Last Fight" is a bold way of saying "This is the last time I'm going to help you. If you throw it back in my face one more time, you can just fucking do what you wanna do". It doesn't come from the view of the addict, but from the view of the person who's trying to help, yet keeps getting it thrown back in their face.

UG: Bullet For My Valentine obviously tours a lot, so is it sometimes difficult to refuse such temptations? You've probably been offered drugs a few times by whomever, I would've thought.
Matt: It's not difficult to resist at all. It's something me and the boys have never indulged in and don't intend to. It's just bad news. If someone did come up to us and offer us anything, we'd tell them straight where to go. It isn't something that we condone or support. It's not good.

UG: Do you just choose to not bother with people of that nature then?
Matt: No. People can do what they wanna do; as long as it doesn't affect what we do, then that's fine. We do have friends that indulge in certain things now and again, but as long as it doesn't get out of control and respects their personality and who they are, then whatever. Each to their own. You can do what you want. It's not for me to say what people can do, but for me personally and the rest of the boys in the band, we don't do it because we don't want to.

UG: Lyrically speaking, what are some of 'Fever''s other tracks about?
Matt: The majority of them are just love songs; that's where the name came from, and that's what I write most about. There's a song there about getting in a relationship, it going wrong, and then just being a bit blasé about it, moving on really, and not dwelling too much on stuff. "Bittersweet Memories" is a song about being addicted to a chick who you really love so much, but she's a fucking nightmare and you had to let her go. That's what we do best. That's what I like to write about.

UG: Bullet For My Valentine filmed two music videos in late February 2010 with Paul R. Brown, which were for the tracks "The Last Fight" and "Your Betrayal".
Matt: Yeah. We flew over to L. A. and shot the two videos in two days. "Your Betrayal"'s music video is based on the seven sins; it's quite visual, and there was a lot of post-production on it. The effects look really cool. "The Last Fight"'s music video had a very simple narrative really; it's just a performance video with two guys fighting who are very evenly matched, and at the end you find out he's fighting himself. They're quite simple videos, but they look very, very cool.


Nuevas fotos de Bullet

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BFMV en Guitar Edge

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AllMusic: Fever


El thrash / metalcore Gales de la banda Bullet For My Valentine vendió muchos discos con su álbum ¿The Poison' de 2006, mezclando riffs de la vieja escuela del metal y el contenido lírico emo de una manera similar a sus pares como Atreyu. En su segundo álbum, de 2008 'Scream Aim Fire', que se convirtió en un acto de metal mucho más agresiva y seguro, va un poco más fácil en las letras sobreexcitadas del diario de entrada a favor de los himnos estilo Trivium como "Eye of the Storm" y "Waking the Demond". En su tercer disco, que es la consolidación de su estilo y el dividir de la diferencia entre sus dos discos anteriores, ofreciendo cantar ultra-limpio y letras recargadas de la perdida de un amor sobre un lecho de acceso controlado y ha disparado la batería, riffs de guitarra- solos de ambiente. Después de haber aparentemente superado los problemas de garganta que lo atormentaba en la época de 'Scream Aim Fire', la voz de Matt Tuck es fuerte y comprometida, ya sea en temas pesados como "Your Betrayed" o baladas como "Bittersweet Memories". Este no es un álbum de una banda pionera con posibilidades de remodelación de su género en su imagen, es un disco sólido por un grupo que conoce sus propiafuerza.

The Guardian: Fever


'Fever' comienza con un ruido sordo de tambor de ataque militarista, antes que de cantante Matt Tuck haga la pregunta razonable: "¿Me estoy volviendo loco, mi sangre está hirviendo dentro de mis venas?" Es un comienzo visceral, pero el tono se tranquiliza con "The Last Fight y "A Place Where You Belong". De hecho, a lo largo de los muros del sonido que se construyen por Michael Paget y de Tuck en las guitarras hay un fuerte oído para la melodía del tipo que los ha sacado de las naves de metal a las tiendas de discos y en la corriente principal. Divertido, pero lo suficientemente ruidoso para que su padres se preocupan por sus oídos. Y de eso se trata, ¿no?



BFMV en Blunt Magazine!

Fever scans



Gracias a Bullets Daily

3 Niveles desbloqueados

- Qué escuchaban los chicos durante las grabaciones.


- Un video: Detrás de cámaras para Kerrang!

- Una carta de Moose

K! Podcast con Bullet

Who is the next?

jueves, 22 de abril de 2010

Entrevista con Matt - The Aquarian

Hailing from the United Kingdom with meager beginnings, not too unlike founding fathers Black Sabbath themselves, Bullet For My Valentine eradicate the mundane formulas and shake the insincerity out of the status quo. Matt Tuck’s voice is the Devil’s whistle tone and together with the forked, speed-driven campaign of his rhythm guitar, Michael Paget’s lead guitar, Jason James’ bass and Michael Thomas on drums, BFMV are raising themselves to the same caliber of distinction as Lamb Of God, Killswitch Engage and Pantera.

Their third effort, Fever, testifies that digging deep into the mines of metal still produces sterling results. “Your Betrayal” is an instant powder keg that gets it’s fuse ignited by a stick of dynamite, and “Pleasure And Pain” scorches and claws at the skin like the unforgiving desert sun, while contrastingly “A Place Where You Belong” deviates with it’s plush mourning. Overall, Bullet For My Valentine’s masterful demonstration of their craft and Matt’s lyrical delivery makes Fever personal and instantly fetches the imagination. The band has well-penetrated the charts with their previous releases, The Poison and Scream Aim Fire, and has toured with Metallica and Iron Maiden, and will surely slay and force the Bamboozle crowd into submission.

Interviewer: You have such a distinctive, well-shaped sound. You insistently know it’s Bullet. Was that your main objective this time around?
Matt Tuck: No, our biggest objective was to make a great sounding album. To be a 100 percent what we are. I think that’s why you’re picking up on the fact that it’s so instantly recognizable that it’s us. We just wrote like we did in The Poison days, we loved it, and we weren’t trying to please anyone else but ourselves. So the main objective was to just be happy with what we’ve written, and not try to prove anything to anyone else anymore. We just have to play music, and do what we do.

Interviewer: You’ve obviously had a lot of success and popularity, so does that push even more into that mindset, sort of giving you that extra confidence?
Matt: Yeah, I think so with the number of sales that we’ve had and the experience, and the sheer number of shows over the last six years. We’ve done the hard work now, we’ve cemented ourselves in the music world and we’re very comfortable with what we do and who we are. We’ve kind of proven ourselves. We’re a good band and we’re capable of big things as long as we keep working hard and keep doing what we do. Having the experience that we’ve had over the last six years has definitely cemented the belief in ourselves, and we’ve been just as hungry as we’ve ever been. The more success we get, the more we want. I don’t think that will ever go away.

Interviewer: How has the success affected you personally, like on a day-to-day basis?
Matt: It hasn’t affected me personally at all. Me and the boys still live in Whales, we haven’t moved out anywhere and done the rock star thing, you know move to L.A. or anything like that. We are the exactly the same people we’ve always been, we just get to make a career out of something we love and we got some money from that. We get to have quite a nice lifestyle because of it. That’s the only thing that has changed with us really, having a great job and the opportunity to have nice things and not having to struggle anymore like we did before we got signed. We didn’t have anything, we were losing jobs, we were broke, I was in debt up to my eyeballs, so the only thing that has changed is financial security and a lifestyle thing, but we are still the same people that we were, we are just fortunate to have a job doing something that we totally adore.

Interviewer: It’s very professionally and insightful of you to have that perspective. People that don’t have that seem to lose their success as quickly as it came.
Matt: Yeah, but we’ve had a very working class upbringing being from Whales, we didn’t have a lot growing up. We had to work really hard for any recognition at all before the band got signed. It’s kind of the way we were brought up by our parents and where we are from that we are very hard working, down-to-earth people anyway. Since we got signed we’ve become even more hard working and humble, so we are not taking it for granted. We are extremely thankful that we’ve been given the opportunity and we are just trying to hold onto it, really.

Interviewer: To shift gears a bit, you guys are the heaviest band on Bamboozle Festival this year. Is that why you signed on, to just blow everyone out of the water?
Matt: Yeah, but that’s not the only reason why we signed on. We signed on because it seems like a good time, and we’ve never done it before and it seemed like a good opportunity, like all festivals are to play in front of people that aren’t your fans for a change. It’s a great opportunity to play in front of people who wouldn’t normally come to see you or give a shit, but the at same time, it’s kind of nice to be the black sheep of all the bunch by being the heaviest or more alternative or weirdest, that way you do stand out and you do make an impact. That was the reason for us doing Warped three years ago, it was because we were by far the heaviest act on there, and it certainly worked to our advantage.

Interviewer: The band is so authentically metal, is there any artist or style of music that your into that may surprise people?
Matt: I‘m very much a rock metal guy, and always will be, but something that people wouldn’t expect is that I am into songwriters and musicians rather than like computers and pro-tools and keyboards. I just really can’t get my head around why people would do that. It’s not really a creative idea, anyone could do it, operating an instrument and just putting a pre-made thing together. I just don’t like it. I am really into Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, Bob Dylan and just proper old school songwriters, which I didn’t hate growing up, but that’s what my dad used to listen too. I never really appreciated it, because I just didn’t care as a kid. Now I’ve grown up, and I appreciate songwriting and the storytelling behind it and the performance part. Those artists are by far the best on the planet and they don’t influence me as such, but they just open my eyes to the possibilities of what could happen and how real your life could be in a song, and how heartfelt it can be.

Interviewer: You can definitely see the storytelling portion in your music. Each song can be it’s own mini movie.
Matt: It’s definitely something I really try hard to capture, a lot of the stuff I write about starts out as real life happenings and situations, but I have to exaggerate. I feel like after the first verse is done, I get stuck and I need to really go to town and not Hollywood it up, but like you said, I need to be really colorful with it. That’s what I’ve always done really, and I feel like people really like that. It gets their brain thinking about the lyrics, which I think is awesome.
Interviewer: Totally, ‘A Place Where You Belong’ feels like a ‘see you on the other side’ theme.
Matt: Yeah, that’s definitely the thinking behind the song. It was an idea which I was thinking about last June, me and my girlfriend had separated for a month and now we are back together now. We just had a child recently, which is cool, but the way it ended for that month was kind of bad. I was kind of a douchebag and it ended a completely wrong way and I wasn’t a gentleman about it. I will always regret that, and it just got me thinking that life is too short and I’d never be able to forgive myself if something had happened to her during that month. So I just started to write about that, but it wasn’t powerful enough, so I had to take it to an extreme where people go, ‘Fuck, those lyrics are really dark.’ The song was influenced by that scenario and I just had to take it off somewhere to make it really, really powerful.

Interviewer: Is this your first child?
Matt: Yeah, this is my first one. He’s awesome.

Interviewer: It’s going to be hard for you to go on tour.
Matt: I am trying not to think about it right now, because I don’t know how I am going to react. I’d never done it before, but I can’t see it being a happy day. Even though, it’s going to be exciting, we get on plane and go to the United States, and play live every night, which is awesome and what we love; having a kid has totally turned my life upside down a little bit. It’s going to be a day of very mixed emotions, but it’s going to be something I have to do. I am not the only guy that has to do it, other musicians, policemen, soldiers, so I am not the only one.

Interviewer: Before you know it, he’ll get big enough to go out with you.
Matt: Yeah hopefully, the band will get bigger and more successful and we get to dictate more of the travel and if it’s possible, I would like to take him on the road a little bit. Especially, while he’s young and introduce him to the lifestyle, which I would have loved when I was a little kid.

Interviewer: ‘Dignity’ is another awesome song on the record, it just speaks to the moral core in all of us.
Matt: The song is about dignity and pride, and standing up for what you believe in and not letting anyone put you down. I have to put up with people who don’t know me, but think they do, and I have to put up with criticism just for the sake of people who don’t like the music, but that’s cool. That’s who I am, that’s what I do. Fuck you, that’s what the song is about. I am not going to change who I am or what I do. I would rather die with dignity than bow down to you, it’s kind of sad, but it comes with the territory of being in a rock band.

Interviewer: What’s been one of those moments for you that have let you know you have arrived?
Matt: My God, I could speak to you for about five hours. We’ve done amazing things since day one, somehow we’ve done something right and the stars have aligned for us. Getting a record deal is the biggest achievement and highlight of our life. Not even of our career, but our life. We worked so hard to accomplish with no guarantee of even getting anywhere near a record deal, so achieving that is the biggest highlight of our lives. That and playing with and touring with idols that made me want to pick up a guitar in the first place, especially for me was [James] Hetfield and Metallica. To jam with them onstage and get to know them and get drunk—it’s something that doesn’t even register and it’s so untouchable, it just doesn’t compute in my brain. Being on tour with Iron Maiden and now this year, with the new album ready to drop and what we can accomplish in this year-and-a-half, I’d say we’ve got the most exciting times to come yet as well. So I don’t know, the world is our oyster.

Catch BFMV at the Bamboozle Festival at the Meadowlands Sprts Complex in E. Rutherford, NJ, on May 1. bulletformyvalentine.com.

miércoles, 21 de abril de 2010

'Your Betrayal' -- Nuevo Video

La banda sensación galesa Bullet For My Valentine ha publicado su nuevo video 'Your Betrayal'en la página de su disquera. El clip cuenta con la banda tocando detrás de un muro de llamas y delante una pared de ventanas que representan imágenes de los pollitos de moda, caliente. De hecho, el clip se llena de imágenes atractivas, pero chicas perturbado, incluyendo una que se cubre la cara con barro y suciedad y otra explota tirando de cuerdas, como en esquí acuático.

En un momento dado, salpicado de animación rojo y atrás de la pantalla cabezas de chicas, y en todo, las palabras de letra cursiva como "codicia", "envidia" y "gula" - tres de los siete pecados capitales - en un parpadeo casi subliminal. También hay fotos de carne en descomposición cubiertos de gusanos, creando alguna que otra preocupación, simbolismo que inquietan a la gente sobre la carne. Claramente, el vocalista Matt Tuck está bastante descontento con una reciente "traición" y se está la frustración de su pecho en la canción.

'Tour Betrayal' es el primer sencillo de Bullet For My Valentine del próximo álbum,' The Fever ', que sale el 27 de abril. La intro de la canción incluye un pasaje que recuerda la música de Darth Vader en 'Star Wars', y el resto de la canción es un tema comercial de metal a mediados de ritmo que cuenta con voces que van desde susurros, gritos a melodías azucaradas estilo Avenged Sevenfold.

Scans de la Kerrang! para descargar


Descarga los scans de la revista aquí. Como siempre gracias Bullets Daily.

Bullet For My Valentine confesó a Rocklouder que son grandes fans de Lady Gaga


En una entrevista exclusiva como parte del lanzamiento del nuevo disco 'Fever' de Bullet For My Valentine, la banda ha confesado que tiene un gran respeto por la superestrella.

"Sé que suena raro, pero yo hago" Moose admitió baterista.

Vea un fragmento de la entrevista exclusiva, arriba.

La banda subió hoy su próximo álbum 'Fever' en MySpace como un pre-estreno especial de pre-lanzamiento para sus fans.

Fiebre elevará las temperaturas de los fans del metal en todo el mundo [BBC]

Bullet for My Valentine son la mejor banda de metal británica desde Iron Maiden. Esa es una afirmación que (todavía) le duele a los fans del metal más quisquillosos, que continúa afirmando que, debido a que BFMV se centra en enormes canciones (y tienen una inclinación por las baladas melosas) en lugar de grandes letras, y tienen meticulosamente arreglado el pelo que es más un salón que cuadro de sudor, carecen de credibilidad. Simplemente no es cierto. Ellos simplemente tienen más cuerdas en el arco de una banda de metal promedio, por lo que su lugar está seguro y estable en la cima.

En 2008, el 'Scream Aim Fire' segundo disco de la banda, llegó al top cinco en el Reino Unido y los EE.UU. cuanndo se lanzó y para su siguiente material de peso el productor Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Avril Lavigne) fue contratado para crear un álbum que estará en todas partes. BFMV está se ha propuesto dominar el mundo, y con 'Fever' muy posible lograrlo.

Los tambores militares de 'Your Betrayal' abren el álbum con la intensidad de la infantería y un pocos riffs crujientes maravillosos dando paso a Matt Tuck quien susurra a la locura. Este enfoque se mantiene en todo el material, el título homónimo muy amistoso de la pista y la increíblemente frenética 'The Last Fight'. Los tres hacen un trío de apertura brillante.

Aunque Tuck sigue siendo un compositor horrible. Esto es tan cierto como una declaración de la primera frase, y es la otra cara de la monda, menos atractiva de BFMV. Todas las canciones cuentan parejas que pierden el amor a cada paso, y estribillos repetidos que son ineludiblemente, lastimosos al odio. Por suerte, las canciones molestas de siempre siguen por riffs impresionantes, y es este método que asegura que cada canción es lo suficientemente simple para ser memorable - podría decirse que lo único que cuenta en un ascenso al estrellato.

Tal vez como un reconocimiento de sus críticas, sólo hay una balada real que se encuentran en 'Fever' - pero 'Bittersweet Memories', con letras de desesperación infantil y el deseo desesperado, es el track más débil de aquí. La más brillante es 'Alone', que golpea un riff que arrasa todo el camino a su esencia - es seguro que le dará escalofríos al que lo escucha, por su tal su magnitud.

A pesar de las letras por mejorar los esfuerzos anteriores, en otros lugares 'Fever' representa un importante paso hacia adelante, y prácticamente garantiza que BFMV cumplirá las expectativas de sus anteriores producciones. Un conjunto excepcional de canciones, esta colección aumentará la temperatura de los fans del metal en todo el mundo.


The Last Fight Pictures

Gracias a Bullets Daily pueden descargar las fotos de Matt acá.

Gánate una lona autografiada por BFMV

¡Ganáte una de las cuatro lonas de Bullet For My Valentine firmadas por la banda! ¡Buena suerte! CLIC AQUÍ.







Entrevista de Jay en "The Racket"

Jay fue entrevistado por Andrew Haug de "The Racket" hace unos días. Hagan clic aquí para descargar el audio. Gracias a Bullets Daily por subirlo.

martes, 20 de abril de 2010

Level #3: Unlocked! Carta de Matt

Escucha el disco completo Fever

Así es chicos ya podemos escuchar el disco completo en el MySpace de la banda, acá. Qué les parece?

Bullet For My Valentine lucha por la supremacía del metal!

Bullet For My Valentine se están preparando para su mejor año en la historia! Pero, no se equivoquen, ya que estos cuatro amigos revelan a la revista Kerrang! de esta semana, que su gran éxito no ha sido fácil y han tenido que luchar por todo lo que han logrado...

Armados con un nuevo álbum, Fever alcanza 5 K la mejor puntuación.

lunes, 19 de abril de 2010

Descargar toda la conversación de Matt sobre 'Fever' en Rock Show [BBC Radio]

Esta tarde, noche en UK, Matt nos habló de 'Fever'. También criticó el título de la canción entera. La versión es de alta calidad, como siempre, gracias a nuestra querida Martina de Bullets Daily. Descarga acá.

HT+1 Member exclusive

Bullet se aparecen en el 'Garden State Plaza Hot Topic' ubicado en 1228 Garden State Plaza , Paramus, NJ 07652 el Jueves, 29 de abril a las 5 PM! HT. Miembros del HT+1 club pueden pre-ordenar el nuevo disco de Bullet For MY Valentine, 'FEVER', o comprar cualquier playera de BFMV y recibir una pulsera que garantiza la oportunidad de conocer a la banda el 29 de abril. ¿Necesita más información? de inmediato, llama al Garden State Plaza Hot Topic' 201.291.7899.

El líder de Bullet for My Valentine "Tuvo una maldita gran infancia"

A veces, cuando se habla con los músicos sobre la educación de su infancia es como caminar sobre una cuerda floja. Algunos han dicho que nunca quiere hablar de su juventud en las entrevistas. Otros abrazan los recuerdos, sin embargo, cuentan historias de horror de sus vidas pasadas. Luego están las almas que tenía una educación aparentemente normales pero tienen miedo a compartir recuerdos de la infancia por temor a destruir 'la credibilidad del metal' que es cada vez más importante. Matt Tuck, líder de Bullet for My Valentine, no cae en ninguna de estas categorías. Hablar con el hombre durante cinco minutos y sabes que estás hablando con alguien que se ha enseñado modales. Menciona esos modales y usted consigue una respuesta interesante.

"Es raro que la gente tenga esa mentalidad de que si usted está en metal, que es todo lo que puede ser la entrada ya la tienes que vestir en tus malditos hombros y ser metal constantemente. Quiero decir, que no está bien. Soy un ser humano igual que todos los demás. Me gustan las cosas, no me gusta las cosas. Pero eso es sólo lo que soy y no tengo miedo de ser amable y decir que tuve una maldita había gran infancia y tengo una gran vida. Esto no significa que no puedo escribir maldita música pesada", expresó Tuck a Noisecreep.

Si la última parte de esta afirmación parece un poco tensa, es por una buena razón. Tuck dice que está enfermo del estereotipo de que todos los músicos de metal debe provenir de hogares abusivos y ser un mounstruo, "osos pardos, hombres duros que se meten en peleas y cocaína".

Para Tuck, no tener una vida muy dura no significa que no pueden explorar los temas dolorosos y experiencias a través de su música. De hecho, es todo lo contrario. Así que mientras él sea gritando acerca de las mujeres rápido, demonios internos y el suicidio en el escenario, hablar con Tuck educadamente después del concierto y que probablemente ha hecho un nuevo amigo.

"Me gusta hablar a la gente cómo me gustaría que me hablen. Sólo soy un tipo muy frío. Pero me gusta estar en una banda de metal y este tipo de trabajos".

Bullet for My Valentine dará a conocer 'Fever' el 27 de abril a través de Jive.


viernes, 16 de abril de 2010

BFMV en BBC Radio 1 Rock Show lunes por la noche!


Hola chicos, asegúrense de sintonizar en línea a BFMV 1 Rock Show con Dan Carter P, a la medianoche del lunes, con una obra exclusiva de una pista de 'Fever' título del nuevo álbum que saldrá el 26 de abril en el Reino Unido!!

Escuchen aquí.

Fans de Reino Unido pre-ordenen el álbum AQUÍ:

iTunes (pista libre b-side!)

Play.com (gratis descarga de 'Last Fight')



Level #2 Unlocked: 'Your Betrayal' Behind Scenes

Al desbloquear en facebook 'Spread The FEVER' el segundo nivel, podemos ver un video detrás de cámaras de la realización de 'Fever', click aquí.

A BFMV no le importa compartir disquera con Britney Spears


Cuando Bullet For My Valentine comenzó hace más de una década, eran conocidos como Jeff Killed John. Los años pasaron, y la banda tomó su apodo actual. Con el tiempo comenzaron a llamar la atención de la disquera, y unos pocos vinieron a tocar, como Roadrunner y Jive. Cuando el empuje vino, Bullet for My Valentine no tenía problemas para acceder a la casa discográfica de gente como Britney Spears y Chris Brown. No es que las estrellas del pop tuvieran algo que ver con la decisión de la banda. Era más de un pez grande, una especie de pequeña laguna del escenario.

"Somos la única banda de metal en esa disquera, y obtenemos el 100 por ciento de la atención", explica el líder Matt Tuck a Noisecreep. "Si continuamos con una independiente, de menor tamaño, el sello underground como Roadrunner o algo que sólo firma a las bandas de metal y ya contaba con 100 de ellos - quiero decir, que el tipo de mercado a un cierto nivel y simplemente no tienen la experiencia y el poder en la industria de la música que te empuje a un gran nivel. Y estar en un sello grande como Sony, Columbia y Jive, que dominan la industria. Y tienen un suministro interminable de poder y dinero para promover y ayudarte".

Al final, Tuck explica que fue una decisión "fácil" para ir con Jive más que con Roadrunner y otras disqueras que presentaron ofertas. La banda se le ofreció la libertad artística y la oportunidad de crecer como banda para los próximos dos decenios. Al final del día, mucha de las decisiones tomadas por los miembros de Bullet for My Valentine giran en torno a la longevidad. De decidirse por una etiqueta para escoger compañeros de gira, la selección de canciones para el nuevo álbum, la banda hace todo lo que se orienta hacia lo atemporal. Cuando se ponen en camino esta primavera en la parte posterior de la "Fever", que tendrán el apoyo de Airborne y Chiodos. Ahora un acto encabezado, Bullet for My Valentine obtener el honor de elegir su propio recorrido y el apoyo del aire era de alta en la lista corta.

"Son realmente grandiosos, la banda de rock sólido 'en vivo'", dice Tuck de los rockeros australianos. "Siempre un poco como para recoger más de un proyecto de ley ecléctica que sólo tres o cuatro bandas de la misma clase de género. Los elegimos a dedo por el hecho de que son muy diferentes a nosotros pero son muy, muy bueno, al mismo tiempo. No nos importa, no se trata de ser "eclipsado" por nosotros, no se trata de eso. Se trata de poner en una buena noche de puro entretenimiento por un precio del boleto".

Un nuevo álbum también significa nuevas canciones que tocar. Esperar a escuchar por lo menos cinco nuevos cortes de 'Fever' cuando Bullet For My Valentine esta de gira esta primavera y verano. De hecho, Tuck dice que le encanta tocar todo el álbum, pero él sabe que los fans quieren más variedad. La banda ha reservado varios conciertos del festivales para el año 2010, incluyendo Download, Rock on the Range, Rock Am Ring, Nova Rock y más.

jueves, 15 de abril de 2010

BFMV - Alternative Press

miércoles, 14 de abril de 2010

Pregunte a Bullet For My Valentine!

RockLouder entrevistará a Bullet For My Valentine mañana, así que manden sus preguntas vía twitter aquí.

Difunde 'Fever' y desbloquea contenido exclusivo de la banda!


Corre la fiebre y desbloquea contenido exclusivo de la banda!
Da click en la imagen o aquí.




martes, 13 de abril de 2010

Q&A with FML.nl

BFMV en Kerrang! Magazine



En el número de esta semana viene la entrevista con Matt sobre su paternidad.