BULLET: 'Bite The Bullet' Video Released

"Bite the Bullet", the new video from Swedish denim-and-leather rockers BULLET, can be viewed below. The song is the title cut of the band's sophomore album, which entered the chart in the band's home country at position No. 3. The follow-up to 2006's "Heading for the Top" was mixed and co-produced by Nicke Andersson (THE HELLACOPTERS, SOLUTION, DEATH BREATH).

BULLET took part in Stockholm's biggest sports event of 2009. The band was invited to perform in front of 14,000 crazy hockey fanatics at the Ericsson Globe Arena on Saturday, October 3, kicking of a historic evening where Detroit Red Wings squared off against St. Louis Blues in the NHL premiere game of the 2009-2010 season.


Hell Hofer - Vocals
Hampus Klang - Lead guitar
Erik Almström - Lead guitar
Adam Hector - Bass
Gustav Hjortsjö - Drums

For more information, visit www.bullet.nu.


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