Bullet for My Valentine are enjoying the success of their current single 'Riot,' but frontman Matt Tuck tells Loudwire that the song's start initially struck them perhaps in the wrong way.

He recalls of the track's beginnings, "It was just that, 'De-da-de-lada-dow-dow,' that annoying riff that we had that was the intro of the song. It was a riff that Padge had on one of the songs he was kind of writing so we offered to finish it. It was so annoying that it was cool."

Once the band got past the initial 'annoyance,' Tuck says he and the group began to envision grander plans for the song. "I could just hear it being live in a big arena. I thought it would be an amazing song, so we kind of stole that riff from Padge, wrote the rest of the song musically and it was so in-your-face and direct and punk rock that it had that rebellious spirit and anarchy and punk rock, and I just thought 'Riot' was a perfect kind of theme for the song really," explains the frontman.

The singer says it's been great so far hearing the "whoa-oh-oh's" back from the audiences, as the band recently played a show in Cardiff before returning to the States. Tuck says, "I think it's definitely going to be one of the highlights of the Bullet shows for years to come. It's just an undeniably catchy kind of rock song. I just know it'll go over live. The tempo's perfect, the lyrics are nice, the melody's cool and there's that flashy section in the middle where you can get circle pits going. It's kind of the perfect modern kind of metal tune in my eyes, you know what I mean? So yeah, it's good."

Bullet for My Valentine fans will be able to hear 'Riot' on the band's HardDriveLive trek with Halestorm. To see the dates for the tour, click here. And check back very shortly for our full interview with Matt Tuck.