Audio: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE Performs 'Temper Temper' On BBC Radio

An audio recording of Welsh metallers BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE performing their new song "Temper Temper" live at London, England's Maida Vale studios on October 22 during BBC Radio 1's "Rock Week" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

"Temper Temper" is the title track of BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE's fourth album, which will be released on February 11, 2013 in the U.K. via Sony Music. The song will be released on November 25 across all digital providers.

"Temper Temper" was once again produced by Don Gilmore (LINKIN PARK, GOOD CHARLOTTE), who worked on the group's last LP, 2010's "Fever", and was mixed by noted engineer Chris Lord-Alge (DEFTONES, NICKELBACK, AVENGED SEVENFOLD).

As previously reported, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE will embark on a U.K. tour in March. Support on all dates will come from HALESTORM.

"Temper Temper" performance:

"Temper Temper" studio version:

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