Tag: Bullet For My Valentine

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Testament.

Berkeley Californian Thrash Kings Testament should really need no introduction. Their second album “The New Order” recorded at Pyramid Sound Studios, Ithaca, New York and released 32 years ago in 1988 is hugely significant in the World of Metal. Let’s face it, without it, there might not be a Lamb Of God, that’s how important

NEWS: Ruina give “Ceremony” the lyric video treatment!

Multi instrumentalist Harvey Lake unveiled new single “Ceremony” from his project Ruina at the weekend, complete with a b-side cover of “Bittersweet Memories” by Bullet For My Valentine in time for the 10th Anniversary of their album “Fever” so in case you missed it, he’s tapped up Ricky at Shujinko Visuals to help create a

Review: “Ceremony” by Ruina

February saw the debut EP from Bedfordshire Metallic Hardcore act Ruina, a project masterminded by Harvey Lake, whom some may know as the bassist in Oxford Hardcore Punks MSRY but is in fact a Multi instrumentalist in his own right. That being said while the songs on “Nemesis” were written and recorded by Lake, Ruina are

Bootleg: Bullet For My Valentine at Rock AM Ring!

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of “Fever“, the third studio album from Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine, here’s their pro-shot full set from the band at Rock AM Ring in Germany in 2010. Don’t they all look so young? The set features five tracks from that album, a favourite of Ruina Mastermind Harvey Lake.

Under The Influence #46: Ruina on “Venom” by Bullet For My Valentine!

After the mixed bag of “Temper Temper“, Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine had expressed the desire to return to something heavier with their 2015 fifth studio album “Venom“. The departure of bassist Jay James prior to the recording left guitarist and vocalist Matt Tuck to play the bass parts, despite James replacement Jamie Mathias

Riff Police! Pull Over! #100: Horna Vs Bullet For My Valentine!

What if we told you that a Black Metal band were influenced by Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine? Well laugh you might but here’s some evidence for you that might just make you laugh harder. Originally going by the name Shadowed, Finnish Black Metal outfit Horna (Finnish for “Abyss” or “Hell“) have been plying

Review: “We Die As We Live” by Suffer No Fools

Hailing from Ealing in Hertfordshire, DIY quartet Suffer No Fools have been playing together since 2016, releasing a string of live performances, a covers EP and their debut album “Songs For The Restless Youth” in that time. Citing influences in the likes of Metallica, Killswitch Engage and Trivium, vocalist and guitarist Ali Khan, bassist Alex

Bootleg: Bullet For My Valentine at Resurrection Fest!

We’re not 100% sure exactly where Welsh Metallers Bullet For My Valentine are at the minute. Two years ago they released “Gravity” to a luke warm reception as the Metallica fans had incorporated synths into their sound, which for some seemed unnecessary. So here’s a full set from the band at Resurrection Fest in Spain

NEWS: Want to see Effects from Changes? Check out Sea Smile!

Fit For A King vocalist Ryan Kirby has been doing his fair share of guest appearances of late and having appeared on the brilliant new album from Confessions of a Traitor, he’s stepped up once again. This time out he’s joined San Paulo Brazil Metalcore quartet Sea Smile for new song “Effects”, a stand out