Bullet For My Valentine
It looks as though Bullet for My Valentine will be approaching their next record at a more lengthy pace. The group, who had already taken some time off while singer Matt Tuck worked out his guitar chops with Axewound, ran into another complication as guitarist Michael "Padge" Paget just underwent back surgery.
Matt Tuck is a busy man, splitting his time these days between fronting Bullet for My Valentine and playing guitar in his new project AxeWound. It's the latter project that's getting out and playing shows at the moment, but both bands have been busy behind the scenes working on new albums.
Bullet for My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck is wasting no time moving full speed ahead with his new project, the band AxeWound. After revealing the lineup, which includes Cancer Bats' Liam Cormier on vocals, and offering a free download of 'Post Apocalyptic Party,' the band has now unveiled a batch of European tour dates.
After much teasing, fanfare and anticipation, Bullet for My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck has finally revealed both the name and first song from his "metal as f---" side project. It's called AxeWound and it features Cancer Bats' Liam Cormier on vocals, Mike Kingswood of Glamour of the Kill on guitars, Joe Copcutt of Rise to Remain on bass and Jason Bowld, formerly of Pitchshifter, on drums.
Welsh metal titans Bullet for My Valentine have just entered a studio in Thailand to begin the recording process for their fourth full-length album. Earlier today (Feb. 15), frontman Matt Tuck tweeted a picture of drummer Michael "Moose" Thomas laying down drums for the yet-untitled upcoming album.
Hurricane Irene may have roared in to New England like a lion but it was the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival that left chaos in its wake. The one day mega-rock extravaganza took over the Comcast Center in Mansfield, Mass., on Tuesday, Aug. 30 (after being postponed two days because of Irene), for what would be an all-you-could-eat-buffet of riffs, licks, and devil horns.