New Bullet For My Valentine video features footage from 2018 Alexandra Palace, London show
Bullet For My Valentine have released a live video for ‘Piece Of Me’, a track from their current studio album,Gravity which was released in June of last year.
Filmed during the band’s sold-out headline performance at Alexandra Palace, London (November 10th 2018), with SHVPES, Nothing More and Of Mice & Men appearing in support, the show saw Bullet For My Valentine unveiling a new stage set incorporating a giant wall of lights.
Check out the official music video here.
Matt Tuck Says, “We’re so happy to show you all our brand new live montage video for Piece of Me. It was filmed at our Ally Pally show last November in front of 8 thousand very energetic people. We had the night of our lives and as you can see from the video the place went off!! We also recorded the entire show in 360° VR!! A night to remember. Enjoy!”
Meanwhile, Bullet For My Valentine have announced an Aug 2019 Euro tour.
‘GRAVITY’ EURO TOUR DATES
01-Aug-19 TivoliVrendenburg Utrecht Netherlands
02-Aug-19 Big Day Out Anroechte Germany
03-Aug-19 Wacken Open Air Wacken Germany
05-Aug-19 A2 Wrocklaw Poland
06-Aug-19 Kwadrat Krakow Poland
08-Aug-19 Taubertal Festivalgelnde Rothenburg ob der Tauber Germany
10-Aug-19 Rocco Del Schlacko Puttlingen Germany
13-Aug-19 Conrad Sohm Dornbirn Austria
16-Aug-19 Frequency Fest St. Poelten Austria
18-Aug-19 Pukkelpop Hasselt Belgium
20-Aug-19 L’usine Geneva Switzerland
21-Aug-19 Z7 Pratteln Switzerland
23-Aug-19 Den Atelier Luxembourg Luxembourg
24-Aug-19 Reload Festival Sulingen Germany
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Gravity is BFMV’s first album under the Search and Destroy/ Spinefarm Records banner, and aptly sees the band rewriting their own future – finding new ways to invent heavy noise and remaining unshackled by the legacy that comes with being masters of their trade.
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Ex guitarist in Zenopede, ex vocals for a goth covers band that was hailed as the future of Welsh music, former DJ, promoter and nightclub director. Writer for Gear4Geeks’ Blog4Geeks and owner of Gear4Geeks ltd. First published music critique was Kerrang letter of the Week.
Definitely has never been the future, present or past of Welsh music.