BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE To Play 'Secret' London Show

April 9, 2010

According to Kerrang! magazine, Welsh metallers BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE will celebrate the release of their new album, "Fever", with a secret show in London, England on April 29.

The news was announced by the band during an online chat with fans.

Fans can find out how to get exclusive tickets to this one-off concert by going to this location.

This will be the band's first U.K. performance since Sonisphere festival in August, 2009, and will be their only U.K. show until their headline dates at the end of 2010.

Due in the U.S. on April 27 (one day earlier internationally) via Jive/Zomba, "Fever" pairs BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE with producer Don Gilmore, best known for his work with LINKIN PARK and GOOD CHARLOTTE.

The band — guitarist/vocalist Matt Tuck, guitarist Michael Paget, bassist Jason James and drummer Michael Thomas — recorded the CD in studios both in its native Wales and Los Angeles.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

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

"The Last Fight", the new video from BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, can be viewed below.

"Fever" follows "Scream Aim Fire", which debuted at No. 4 on The Billboard 200, a career high for the group, whom Kerrang! named "Best British Band" in both 2008 and 2009. Worldwide "Scream Aim Fire" has sold one million copies and debuted in the Top 5 in Germany, Austria, Australia and No. 1 in Japan and reached gold status in the U.K. and Canada.

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE starts a headlining U.S. tour on April 30. Stops for the band include New Jersey's Bamboozle Festival and Columbus, Ohio's Rock on the Range. Upcoming international festival highlights include the Download Festival in the United Kingdom, Germany's massive Rock am Ring and Rock im Park, Sweden’s Metaltown, Belgium's Graspop Metal Meeting, Austria's Nova Rock and Italy's famed Gods Of Metal.

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