New Releases: November 5, 2021: Bullet For My Valentine

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For years I’ve been asking Bullet For My Valentine to return to what got me into the band, to begin with. Heavy music, fast music, great riffs, great melodies, great chorus, etc.

I honestly lost interest in the band after Scream Aim And Fire. Not because of clean vocals, but because the band was more worried about competing on your local radio rock playlist. Ballads, radio-friendly tracks, and essentially everything that didn’t bring the band on my radar. I like all kinds of music, but what they were releasing was just generic, and not interesting to me.

Similar to what I said about Dee Snider, I wanted Bullet For My Valentine to return to a band that was very heavily influenced by old-school thrash. Well, thirteen years later, their self-titled album delivered what I had been waiting for.

This album is strong top to bottom, really no weak spots. Again, the silver lining for a lot of bands when it comes to the pandemic is being able to work on their music, and put forward the strongest album of their catalog. And the best-sounding album of their catalog.

This is what Bullet For My Valentine by Bullet For My Valentine is. I can easily argue that it’s better than Scream Aim And Fire, and The Poison. I’m sure I’m not the only one that feels this way.

If you’ve ever remotely been interested in the band before, check this album out.

Here is Bullet For My Valentine with the track "Shatter" off of their latest album Bullet For My Valentine.

Interested in checking out Bullet For My Valentine by Bullet For My Valentine before picking the album up?

Pick your poison, check out the album on either Spotify or Apple Music here.


Limp Bizkit – Still Sucks

The Three Tremors – Guardians Of The Void

Crazy Lixx – Street Lethal

Jim Peterik & World Stage – Tigress: Women Who Rock The World

Diablo Swing Orchestra – Swagger & Stroll Down The Rabbit Hole

Fans Of The Dark – Fans Of The Dark

Bryan Eckermann – Plague Bringers

Sarke – Allsighr

Steve Conte – Bronx Cheer

Another One Down! – A Bitter Descent

Spiritworld – Pagan Rhythms

Memoria Avenue – Memoria Avenue

Bornholm – Spiritual Warfare

Portrayal Of Guilt – Christf*****

Nequient – Collective Punishment

Glassing – Twin Dream

Thangorodrim – Liberation In Unbound Chaos 666

Anomalie – Tranceformation

Funeral Chant – Dawn Of Annihilation

Green Desert Water – Black Harvest

Last Temptation – Stronger Than Fate

Fans Of The Dark – Fans Of The Dark

Schattenmann – Chaos


Like Moths To Flames – Pure Like Porcelain

Hardcore Superstar – Weep When You Die

Carl Sentance – Nervous Breakdown

Lock Up – Hell Will Plague The Ruins


Ozzy Osbourne – Diary Of A Madman 40th Anniversary Expanded Edition

Cannabis Corpse – Tube Of The Resinated

Corrosion Of Conformity – Blind 30th Anniversary

Billy Idol – Happy Holidays


Alan Parsons – The Neverending Show


Narniaa – Soli Deo Gloria – 25 Yeras Compilation

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