Fan-filmed video footage of Welsh metallers BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE performing a brand new song — to be included on the group's forthcoming album — this past Saturday (August 1) at the Sonisphere festival at the legendary Knebworth Park, United Kingdom can be viewed below.
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE recently entered a Malibu, California studio with producer Don Gilmore (LINKIN PARK, LACUNA COIL) to begin recording the band's third CD for an early 2010 release.
Regarding lyrical themes for the new material, guitarist/vocalist Matt Tuck previously told U.K.'s Metal Hammer magazine, "There's one song that's about not being able to have what you want. Being in the band, it doesn't happen much. When it comes to girls, you can have the pick of the bunch, but you always want what you can't have, y'know… but it's this one chick, man… so it's a song about obsession."
The upcoming CD will be the follow-up to "Scream Aim Fire", which has sold 318,000 copies in the United States since its January 2008 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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