BULLET To Release 'Full Pull' Single
Swedish hard rockers BULLET will release a new single, "Full Pull", on July 13 via Nuclear Blast Records. The single will be available digitally and on vinyl, with various colours.
The track listing is as follows:
Side A: "Full Pull"
Side B: "Get On"
"Full Pull" is the title track of BULLET's new album, which will be released on September 14 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Gutterview Recorders in Solna, Sweden with producers Nicke Andersson (HELLACOPTERS, ENTOMBED) and Fred Estby (DISMEMBER). The band states, "We think this is going to be our best album thus far. Expect the hardest-rocking BULLET album yet recorded!"
BULLET's third full-length album "Highway Pirates", entered the official chart in Sweden at position No. 3.
"Highway Pirates" was mixed by Tobias Lindell, who has previously worked with such Swedish rock bands as EUROPE, MUSTASCH and HARDCORE SUPERSTAR.
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