This band could never release another note of music, and I would be perfectly fine with that.
But Bullet For My Valentine insist on carrying on as a band.
In a new interview, the band’s frontman Matt Tuck says that the next Bullet For My Valentine album will be much heavier than that last turd they released.
“[Our goal with the last CD] was just to kind of work on a different way of writing songs, really, which is backing off tempos and making them a bit less complicated and just writing a simple rock song, really,” Tuck says.
“So that was kind of the theory behind it. Basically, we’re gonna go a lot heavier next time. We just think we’ve kind of done what we wanted to do with [producer] Don [Gilmore]. We just don’t wanna do the same thing again. So now we kind of went from heavy to kind of thrashy to kind of hard rock records. And now we wanna kind of bring a bit more of a thrash metal element back into the sound, really.
“We wanna kind of go Master Of Puppets-y,” says Tuck. “Instead of cutting the songs down and making them simple, we wanna make them really complicated next time.”
Just stop. Please.
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