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    Tue, 05 Feb 2013 06:35:56

    Exclusive Video: Bullet For My Valentine Discuss the Meanings Behind Writing Process for Three "Temper Temper" Tracks - The band gives us the rundown on a trio of songs from the new album

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    • Bullet for My Valentine - There's something that can be said for a band that has an audience howling way before they step out on stage.  The house lights had not even dimmed for Bullet For My Valentine’s entrance, and the crowd was already chanting song lyrics and attempting to crowd surf – absolutely insane. Once Bullet made their much anticipated entrance the metal heads, moshers, and surfers only grew in their enthusiasm. Through "Your Betrayal" and "Scream Aim Fire," there were more crowd surfers then security knew what to do with.  All the while BFMV shredded the faces of non-surfers. Though there was a good mix of songs performed from all three albums their set seemed a tad bit short, only playing about 12 songs. The crowd clearly loved every minute of every song but there was definitely room – and want – for more.-Lilly Ryden
    • Bullet for My Valentine - There's something that can be said for a band that has an audience howling way before they step out on stage.  The house lights had not even dimmed for Bullet For My Valentine’s entrance, and the crowd was already chanting song lyrics and attempting to crowd surf – absolutely insane. Once Bullet made their much anticipated entrance the metal heads, moshers, and surfers only grew in their enthusiasm. Through "Your Betrayal" and "Scream Aim Fire," there were more crowd surfers then security knew what to do with.  All the while BFMV shredded the faces of non-surfers. Though there was a good mix of songs performed from all three albums their set seemed a tad bit short, only playing about 12 songs. The crowd clearly loved every minute of every song but there was definitely room – and want – for more.-Lilly Ryden
    • Bullet for My Valentine - There's something that can be said for a band that has an audience howling way before they step out on stage.  The house lights had not even dimmed for Bullet For My Valentine’s entrance, and the crowd was already chanting song lyrics and attempting to crowd surf – absolutely insane. Once Bullet made their much anticipated entrance the metal heads, moshers, and surfers only grew in their enthusiasm. Through "Your Betrayal" and "Scream Aim Fire," there were more crowd surfers then security knew what to do with.  All the while BFMV shredded the faces of non-surfers. Though there was a good mix of songs performed from all three albums their set seemed a tad bit short, only playing about 12 songs. The crowd clearly loved every minute of every song but there was definitely room – and want – for more.-Lilly Ryden

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    Welsh warriors Bullet For My Valentine have partnered with ARTISTdirect.com to share a "dirty little secret!" Well, actually they shared three of 'em. They band offered us the exclusive and detailed inner workings, sharing behind-the-scenes stories, the meanings behind and tidbits about the writing process for the new song "Dirty Little Secret," as well as two other tracks from Temper Temper, out February 12.

    You can enjoy this sneak peek a full week before the album, which will easily be remembered as one of the best metal releases of 2013 when all is said and done, lands.

    In this exclusive video footage, frontman Matt Tuck and drummer Moose discuss "Dirty Little Secret," which is "diverse and intricate," as well as being "a sexy song," since it deals with the subject of an adulterous relationship. Then there's "Leech," which is a lyrically nasty but musically epic song about parasitic people who latch onto you because of what you do, which is a situation that most bands find themselves in. And they open up about "Dead to the World," which is a complex song with lots of vocal parts and guitar solos. It was co-written by ex-wrestler and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho!

    So sit back and enjoy this exclusive footage of the BFMV boys offering insight and perspective into songs from their mind-blowing, face-melting, brain-scrambling, embeds-itself-into-your-cranium new album.

    Watch the Video Below!



    Will you be nabbing a copy of Bullet For My Valentine's Temper Temper next week? You should!



    —Amy Sciarretto
    02.05.13

    See our review of the album here!

    See our review of "Temper Temper" here!

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