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Posted on Jul 30, 2014 03:41 pm
Bullet For My Valentine have issued a brief update regarding the new album, confirming a "heavy" vibe, as well as satisfactory progress.
"New songs coming together nicely. Hope you like em heavy," the post reads, along with a set of devil horns.
As reported, the new album will see the group taking a turn towards their early efforts, steering away from last year's "Temper Temper."
Discussing the "angry record" with Billboard, drummer Michael "Moose" Thomas explained, "It's definitely more of a step towards our first two records. We always like to keep changing our records and our sounds and stuff. I think you have to change, otherwise it gets boring for us and the fans get bored."
Moose continued, "Look at all the great bands through rock history; they changed on all their albums - especially Metallica. Their albums have always changed, and they're the biggest metal band ever. So we just want to keep changing and get to another level each time out."
Back in November, the band premiered a new track "Raising Hell," demonstrating that the return to heavier vibe is definitely on the horizon. You can check out the video below.