Bullet For My Valentine Detail New Album “Venom”, Reveal Fall UK Tour (Updated)


Update – May 18th 11:50am:

Band frontman Matt Tuck has now commented on the album:

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“It’s pretty hard to sum up an entire record after spending so much time writing and recording it and all the blood, sweat and tears that have come with this one especially. It wasn’t easy revisiting some very dark places to come up with lyrical content for this one, 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.”

Original Story:

If yesterday’s deluge of Bullet For My Valentine news wasn’t enough for you, there’s more to be had today. The track listing and cover art have been revealed for the bands new album “Venom“, while the below UK tour has also been revealed. “Venom” is due in stores on August 14th.

Venom” track listing:

01 – “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 – “Harder The Heart
09 – “Skin
10 – “Hell Or High Water
11 – “Pariah

Deluxe Edition:

12 – “Playing God
13 – “Run For Your Life
14 – “In Loving Memory
15 – “Raising Hell

The cover art can be previewed over at the pre-order page for the effort. Yesterday, the band announced both the addition of new bassist Jamie Mathias and unveiled this stream of “No Way Out“.

05/30 Camden, UK – Camden Rocks Festival
09/28 Belfast, IRE – Ulster Hall
09/29 Dublin IRE – Olympia
10/01 Bournemouth, UK – Academy
10/02 Reading, UK – Hexagon
10/03 Guildford, UK – G Live
10/05 Aylesbury, UK – Waterside
10/06 Stoke, UK – Victoria Hall
10/07 Lincoln, UK – Engine Shed
10/09 York, UK – Barbican
10/10 Aberdeen, UK – Music Hall
10/11 Dunfermline, UK – Alhambra
10/13 Middlesbrough, UK – Empire
10/14 Carlisle, UK – Sands
10/16 Leicester, UK – Academy
10/17 Bexhill, UK – De La Warr Pavilion
10/18 Folkestone, UK – Leas Cliff Hall
10/20 Swansea, UK – Brangwyn Hall
10/21 Southampton, UK – Guildhall
10/22 Ipswich, UK – Regent Corn Exchange