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Bullet For My Valentine Release 'Live At Brixton: Chapter Two

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE release ‘Live At Brixton: Chapter Two’

Band in the studio recording album number 6

Following the monstrous success of their December 2016 UK tour, - which saw Bullet for My Valentine perform career-spanning setlists all over the UK, in addition to select performances of their classic 2005 debut album, ‘The Poison’, from beginning to end – BFMV have released a very special multi-format summation of their two consecutive sold-out performances at the world-famous Brixton Academy, London.

Titled ‘Bullet for My Valentine - Live From Brixton: Chapter Two’ fans can now experience the intensity of both ‘Night One’ (December 9th 2016’s, ‘career-spanning’ performance) and ‘Night Two’ (December 10th 2016’s ‘The Poison’ performance) on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD, vinyl or via digital platforms.

Purchase your copy at the below links…

Chapter Two, Night One:

Chapter Two, Night Two:

Check out these live videos, both from ‘Night One’ at Brixton...

‘Don’t Need You’ (Live from Brixton Academy, 10th December 2016)

‘Her Voice Resides’ (Live from Brixton Academy, 10th December 2016)

BFMV are currently in the studio recording their 6th studio album; their first for Search and Destroy/ Spinefarm Records.


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