Swedish hard rockers BULLET have released the following statement:
"Fellow headbangers and hellraisers! Erik Almström [guitar] will no longer be a part of BULLET as he has been since the start of this band back in 2001. This decision is well thought through and there is absolutely no hard feelings between Erik and the rest of us in the band. This is Erik's choice and his reasons are his own. We wish to thank him for the ups and downs, hardships and fun times we have experienced together. Now it's time for BULLET to reload once more, but rest assured, we will be back early next year with new shows as we have no plans to go slow!"
The official lyric video for the song "Running Away" from BULLET can be seen below. The track comes off the band's fourth album, "Full Pull", which was released in North America on September 25 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Gutterview Recorders in Solna, Sweden with producers Nicke Andersson (HELLACOPTERS, ENTOMBED) and Fred Estby (DISMEMBER).
A single, "Full Pull", was released on July 13 via Nuclear Blast Records. The single was made available digitally and on vinyl, with various colors.
BULLET's third full-length album "Highway Pirates", entered the official chart in Sweden at position No. 3.
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