Following on from the massive top 30 anthem ‘All these things’, B4MV release the epic ‘Tears Don’t Fall’
June the 12th see’s the release of the brilliant ‘Tears don’t Fall’, single number 3 from Bullet for my Valentine’s incredible debut album ‘The Poison’. It’s been an amazing year or so for Bullet for my Valentine, so much so in fact that it’s now impossible to think back on a time in the UK music scene before they were around.
We’ve had a sold out late 05 UK headline tour finishing up at The Astoria, the sold out Kerrang XXV headline tour in early 06 with Aiden, Hawthorne Heights and Still Remains, countless national magazine covers (8 to date) and cross over press (Q Magazine, Observer, Evening Standard, Music Week, Classic Rock etc), ‘All these things’ being A-listed at MTV2 and daytime play-listed at Kerrang TV, Up-front listed at Radio 1 and receiving plays with Jo Whiley, Edith and Colin, Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens, Ian Camfield at XFM and Bruce Dickinson at BBC Radio 6.
Add to that a late 05 US tour with Still Remains, a support slot on the Rob Zombie US arena tour (his first in 5 years), a May 06 US headline tour, sold out headline shows in Japan, across Europe and Germany (where the video for ‘All these things’ was number 1 on the TRL chart at MTV Germany for March 06) and you have a very full and busy world conquering rock band……and its not about to stop there, oh no……
The guys have been asked to headline The Metal Hammer Awards 2006 in June (and have also been nominated in 3 categories), along with the release of the majestic new single ‘Tears don’t Fall’ on June 12th, this summer will see the band play the main stage at Download Festival on Sunday the 11th as main support to headliners Guns and Roses, as well as main stage at both the Reading and Leeds festivals. They will ALSO be joining the massive US Warp tour AND have now confirmed European support slots with both Metallica and Guns and Roses in the summer……
Yes that’s right……both Metallica and Guns and Roses!!!
Look out for the video Miami shot promo for ‘Tears don’t fall’, featuring a voodoo/swamp inspired setting with exploding cars, tropical rain storms, voodoo magic and a jealously/revenge plot.