BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE Talks To NGTV.com: Video Available
Welsh metallers BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE sat down at the bar with host Shark Firestone of NGTV.com for an in-depth chat about pertinent issues such as their music, the state of world affairs and the joys of writing on passed-out-drunk band members' faces with permanent marker.
Watch the six-minute clip below.
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE cancelled the last five shows on its North American tour last month in order to fly home to support its bassist/backing vocalist Jason "Jay" James whose daughter had been hospitalized. The three remaining members of BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE enlisted their guitar tech for abbreviated sets at Taste of Chaos stops in San Jose and Sacramento, California, but decided they were not comfortable performing that way. BFMV issued a statement saying, "The band is very sorry that they will not be able to play for their fans in Seattle and Canada, but will look forward to having another opportunity when they come back to North America this summer. The band also asks that you keep Jay's daughter and her speedy recovery in your thoughts."
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