Why see Bullet for My Valentine?
The Welsh quartet return
Welsh metal quartet Bullet for My Valentine first formed in 1998 but only found widespread fame when they released their first album in 2005, The Poison, which went onto be certified Gold in the USA. Taking their cues from '80s metal bands such as Metallica and rockers Nirvana, they made their mark on the punk-infused metal of the new millennium to make melodic, dark rock without discarding their metal roots.
Whilst metal virtuosos in the studio, these guys are happiest up on stage tearing it up, cementing their reputation as one of the most fan-oriented metal bands of the new millenium. The year 2015 saw a change in their lineup with Jamie Mathias replacing Jay James as bassist, and the release of their fifth studio album, Venom, which included the monster single No Way Out.