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BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE Release Official Video For First Single ‘OVER IT’






BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE have revealed an official music video for ‘Over It’, the first single from forthcoming opus, ‘Gravity’.

Watch the video for ‘Over It’ here: http://vevo.ly/jX49e7 or here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4K0JLU6FKE







‘Gravity’- due for release on June 29th - marks BFMV’s first album release under the Search and Destroy/ Spinefarm Records banner, and aptly sees the band rewriting their own future – finding new ways to invent heavy noise and remaining unshackled by the legacy that comes with being masters of their trade.


The four musicians have stretched their creative wings like never before, delicately balancing film-score electronica and icy synths in their trademark hellfire of hard rock. With drummer Jason Bowld joining founding members, singer/guitarist Matt Tuck and fellow axemanMichael ‘Padge’ Paget, plus bassist Jamie Mathias, part of the Bullet story since 2015, this is a band reborn.


Pre-orders for ‘Gravity’ will be live imminently, along with special bundles.


BFMV will be touring with fiery dedication as they hit the US throughout April, May and June, before playing second to headline on the Friday of Download (UK) Festival – their first home-turf festival performance in five whole years. The band will then headline European summer festivals and venues before travelling to Japan for the Summersonic event.


For a full list of announced dates please visit www.facebook.com/BulletForMyValentine



Further shows, taking BFMV to the end of the year, will be announced very soon.

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