Bullet For My Valentine sign to Search and Destroy/Spinefarm Records (UMG)

Welsh metallers Bullet For My Valentine have seen a successful rise and rise in the past 11 years since their debut album release, with as much success on the stage and in the studio it was only a matter of time until they kick it up a gear. Proudly now, that can announce the news of signed a worldwide deal with Search and Destroy/Spinefarm Records (UMG) which will take them to that next level in their journey of world domination.

Coming together as a group of teenagers in 1998, they soon blew up onto the scene with their debut album ‘The Poison’ in 2005, and consistently grew larger with each release, ‘Scream, Aim, Fire’ (2008), ‘Fever’ (2010), ‘Temper Temper’ (2013) and ‘Venom’ (2015). With over 5 million sales worldwide, they have taken a place as one of the greats of the new age with pride, and show their inspirations of the metals greatest before them. With rewards and accolades from top 10 chart entries, arena tours, huge festival slots, Kerrang! Best British Band‘ gong 3 years in a row and Metal Hammer Golden GodsBest British Band‘ awards in 2006 and 2010. They have certainly kept busy in the past 11 years.

With ‘Venom‘ continuing on that every growing success, and the recent singing to Search and Destroy/Spinefarm Records (UMG), this year is set to be the biggest yet, frontman Matt Tuck commented:

We’re very proud and excited to announce our signing to Search and Destroy / Spinefarm Records. It feels great to be part of a family that truly believes in the band and is ready to take us to the next level. It’s been an incredible journey so far – but with the Search and Destroy / Spinefarm team behind us, it feels like we’ve just begun. Here’s to the future.”

About Ash Crowson

Guitarist, photographer, geek, gamer, full on metalhead and allround barfly, if i'm not at work, a gig or studying for my degree, you'll find me at the bar! A fascination with second world war history and military aviation. All with a very dry humour to round me off!

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