Bullet For My Valentine stream new track ‘Playing God’

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Bullet For My Valentine have shared another track from their new album.

“Playing God” is taken from upcoming fifth studio LP Venom, scheduled for release on the 14th of August via RCA.

Reflecting on BFMV’s previous album Temper Temper, drummer Moose Thomas said recently: “Working with certain people and producers, if you’ve had a radio hit at one time in your career, they try and make your whole album sound like that.

“We tried to do that on the last album – and we failed miserably. So we went back to our roots and picked up where we left off.”

The full track list for Venom is:

Bullet For My Valentine - Venom cover01. “V”
02. “No Way Out”
03. “Army Of Noise”
04. “Worthless”
05. “You Want A Battle? (Here’s A War)”
06. “Broken”
07. “Venom”
08. “The Harder The Heart (The Harder It Breaks)”
09. “Skin”
10. “Hell Or High Water”
11. “Pariah”
12. “Playing God”
13. “Run For Your Life”
14. “In Loving Memory”
15. “Raising Hell”

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Bullet For My Valentine confirmed to headline Camden Rocks and reveal mammoth UK tour

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Bullet For My Valentine have been confirmed as headlining this year’s Camden Rocks festival.

The news has been kept under wraps until now, with rumours of a secret headliner circulating for some time. The Welsh metallers will play their set at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on the 30th of May.

Says BFMV frontman Matt Tuck: “We wanted to create a shit-storm, really! Hopefully it’ll be the perfect start to the album cycle and we can play some new songs and make a cool event out of it. The festival itself has a good vibe anyway, but with us being there at such late notice… It’s going to be chaos.”

In the meantime, the band have also announced a mammoth UK tour for later this year. You can check out the confirmed dates below.

Bullet For My Valentine’s new album, Venom, is due for release on the 14th of August. The band recently shared a lyric video for new track “No Way Out” and confirmed that Jamie Mathias has joined the band as bassist, replacing the departing Jay James.

“It wasn’t easy revisiting some very dark places to come up with lyrical content for this one,” says Tuck, “but once I knew where it was heading and I was comfortable with letting certain things out – all hell broke loose. It’s easily the most aggressive record we’ve ever done and lyrically it will no doubt touch a nerve with a lot of people that listen to it. I cannot express enough how proud I am of it, and can’t wait for everyone out there to hear it too. We’ve reinvented who we are and are ready to take on the world once more.”

Buy your Camden Rocks tickets here and check out BFMV’s video for “No Way Out” below.

Bullet For My Valentine’s confirmed UK tour dates are:

September
28 Belfast Ulster Hall
29 Dublin Olympia

October
1 Bournemouth Academy
2 Reading Hexagon
3 Guildford G Live
5 Aylesbury Waterside
6 Stoke Victoria Hall
7 Lincoln Engine Shed
9 York Barbican
10 Aberdeen Music Hall
11 Dunfermline Alhambra
13 Middlesbrough Empire
14 Carlisle Sands
16 Leicester Academy
17 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
18 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
20 Swansea Brangwyn Hall
21 Southampton Guildhall
22 Ipswich Regent Corn Exchange

Tickets go on sale this Friday.

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