BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE Frontman Talks To PETA2; Video Available

peta2, the world's largest youth animal rights organization, recently caught up with frontman Matt Tuck of the Welsh metallers BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE for a chat about his cats, why he loathes fur and how he found out about KFC's bloody buckets. Check out Matt's words of wisdom below.

As previously reported, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE will release the song "Waking the Demon" on Monday, June 16 as a download-only track exclusively through iTunes. There is also going to be a digital comic book based around the track itself available to download.

The video for "Walking the Demon" was written and directed by Max Nichols (son of Academy Award-winning director Mike) and will breathe a visual life into BULLET's lyrics: "There's just no limits to the boundaries you push / I've warned you but still you just f**k with my mind / There's no escape from this rage / That I feel / Nothing is real / Breathe for me, don't wake me from this slumber / Stay with me possession taking over."

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