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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000B5253E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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It has always amused me how some metal fans like to think that by putting down bands like BFMV, they are somehow more true to the cause. Not the case. By the way, for any sneerer who doubts my metal credentials, here are 5 bands I love: Shadows Fall, Children Of Bodom, Mendeed, Chimaira and Pantera. I dislike bands like MCR, and think that most emo kids are whiny, overprivileged white-boys without any real problems.
Who knew? I also like Bullet For My Valentine. This is a solid, consistent album not afraid to mix the harder, headbanging elements of traditional metal with a melodic edge. I love metal to bits, but sometimes the constant ear-bleeding assault can get a little monotonous. Bullet, on the other hand, inject some mellowness every now and then to keep their formula fresh. And it works!
You see, what some idiots fail to grasp is, you don't need to be ultra-heavy to be metal. It isn't a cardinal sin to make songs you can hear the words to. Sometimes, I doubt if any of them own an Iron Maiden album between them. '4 Words To Choke Upon', with its distinctive intro and iconic nature, is the crowning glory IMHO. 'Her Voice Resides', 'Hit The Floor' and 'All These Things I Hate' come close, all chugging along nicely. The pace never lets up for long, and by the time closer 'The End' announces itself, you want to hear more. A confident, driven debut from a band who show the promise of greater things in the future, and are already approaching iconic status on the British metal scene. (if you like this, get the self-titled EP too - the one with 'Hand Of Blood' on)
Judge a band not on how 'commercial' they are or how closely they sound like their predecessors, but the quality of the music and how it speaks to you.
And above all, don't listen to reviews from bitter, negative people who have to slag a band off just because they don't exactly match the sound they like.
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By Si on 3 Oct. 2005
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Never judge a book by its cover. When i first heard of bullet for my valentine i dismissed them as another 'emo' band without actually listening to them. my bad. Having heard their self titled ep i realised how mistaken i was. For a start they are not emo at all. I have since been waiting for the best part of a year for their first full length album. The wait was most definately worth it. 50+ minutes of melodic, intense, catchy, heavy, rocking tracks, that left me wanting more. if you love good riffs in songs this album is a must. I personally do love a good guitar riff and this album is full of em. who said the riff had died? If the poison is anything to go by it will be around for a long time yet. A fantastic debut album from one of britains most promising young bands. all i can say is buy it!!!!!!!!
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This is the best album i own, hands down, no way around it. The driven riffs and melodies are isntantly attractive and the solos are stunning. Couple that to some awesome lyrics and this is the best album i now own. If you own any trivium, killswitch, atreyu, metallica, iron maiden, spineshank, F4AF, 36 Crazy Fists, Ill Nino, or even audioslave, then buy this, as there will be something in this for you. Songs of especial note are; 'Suffocating Under Words of Sorrow (What Can I Do)', the best song on the album, 'Hit the Floor' which is a little (only a little mind) more chilled than alot of the rest of the album, 'All These Things I Hate (Revolve Around Me) lyrics with which we could all have sympathised with at some point in our lives and the way it errupts after the intro is awesome (won it a place as my ringtone ha ha :-P) , and finally '10 Years Today' which i must admit is a new take on the theme of loss, but listen to the lyrics and it is as sad and heartwarming (yes at the same time) as they come and lead singer Matt Tuck has done an especially awesome job with that song, obviously drawing on past experiences....
Well done Bullet....keep it up! (Now, when's the next one out? :-P)
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The debut album from Bullet for my Valentine is a record that still holds up well today. The Welsh metal act do a good job combining pop-flavoured melodies with the sound of 80s thrash with a mixture of melodic singing and guttural hardcore uncleans provided by frontman Matt Tuck and bassist Jason Jay respectively. Whilst this album's emo appealing songs and sound may put off traditional metalheads, there is enough variety on this album to make it an enjoyable listen whether on hard-hitting mosh numbers like '4 Words' or confessional ballads like 'All These Things' and 'Tears Don't Fall'. Whilst much of this band's recent output since Fever has been rehashed and juvenile, this still remains an essential record and shows much promise with the band.
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I have to admit that I was originally attracted to Bullet by their recent fame and hype, mainly conjured up by the kerrang awards. However, after hearing the mini album I was hugely impressed by the band, who seemingly offered a raw british and more technical feel to the metal scene, something that only Trivium seemed to have achieved in recent memory with the brilliant 'Ascendancy'.
I came to this full length debut album with caution, not wanting to get sucked in by the hype but I am amazed by what the band has to offer. From emotional twin lead-guitar driven songs to full on metal assaults and mcuh slower melodies that effortlessly interweave the popular but somewhat now exhausted "scream-sing" technique with technical guitar playing, especially solos like those on "Tears don't fall"; it makes it feel fresh and exciting. Technically the musicians are at the top of their games and the album is riddled with powerful anthem-like songs such as "Ten days Today" or "Tears Don't fall".
I have been listening to the album solid for the 12 hours since I have recieved it and I heartily recommend that you buy it and help Bullet for my Valentine gain mainstream fame.
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