In The Studio: Bullet For My Valentine
Two years on from the critical misfire of Temper Temper, Bullet For My Valentine are back in the studio and hell-bent on returning with all guns blazing.
“In terms of sound, it’s probably going to be the most aggressive album we’ve ever done,” affirms Matt Tuck of Bullet For My Valentine’s forthcoming opus. “It’s definitely the most focused album we’ve ever done. It’s a monster, a massive piece of work.”
Fresh from their UK arena tour, the Welsh metal heavyweights are holed up with producer Colin Richardson (Carcass, Trivium) at Metropolis Studios in London, working on the follow-up to 2013’s divisive Temper Temper. Songs are written and, when we dropped in to check on progress, drum tracking was nearly complete, too. Despite being unwilling to open up on the recent departure of bassist Jay James, the guys were in high spirits.