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Hard rock band Bullet For My Valentine returns with its third Jive album, Fever, on April 27.

Fever pairs Bullet For My Valentine with producer Don Gilmore, best known for his work with Linkin Park and Good Charlotte. The Welsh band vocalist/guitarist Matt Tuck, guitarist Michael Paget, bassist Jason James and drummer Michael Thomas--recorded Fever in studios both in its native Wales and in Los Angeles album follows 2008 s Scream Aim Fire, which debuted at No. 4 on Billboard 200, a career high for the group, whom Kerrang! named Best British Band in both 2008 and 2009. Worldwide Scream Aim Fire has sold 1 million copies and debuted in the Top 5 in Germany, Austria, Australia and #1 in Japan and reached gold status in the UK and Canada. Their 2006 debut, Poison, has sold a million copies worldwide and certified gold status in America, the UK, Canada and Germany. Since those releases BFMV have rocked audiences on the Taste of Chaos, Mayhem, and No Fear festivals.

The electrifying live band starts a headlining U.S. tour on April 30. Stops for the festival veterans include New Jersey s Bamboozle Festival and Columbus, Ohio s Rock on the Range.


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  • Audio CD (April 27, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Zomba/RED
  • ASIN: B0038VPB5W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,840 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By MRT on April 27, 2010
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1- Your Betrayel, this song opens the album with a thunderous drum beat and great first riff.
2- Fever, this song opens with a very fast heavy metal riff a classic BFMV song
3- The Last Fight, The only song off the album to be made int a music video ... so far
4- A Place Where you belong, this song starts with a classical acoustical bullet riff with a bit of screamo at the start.
5- Pleasure and Pain, One of the Heaviest songs on the album .
6- Alone, a great song sounds opens with a riff ,but then goes into a techcnical metal duet riff this is a great song.
7- Breaking out Breaking Down, what a song its my favorite off the album, this song is bullet for my valentine.
8- Bittersweet memories, the lightest song on the album in terms of screamo and heavy metal guitar riffs
9- Dignity, a brilliant song
10-Begging for mercy, is definetely the heaviest song on the album.
11-Pretty on the outside, is a brilliant end to this album .

My only problem with this is-
NEW album will be released -FEVER deluxe edition with 5 songs added that will be better than half this release. Not cynical,it's what they've done with every album. I like this one,but am getting tired of 2 versions of every album.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 3, 2010
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First, I have to say that I was expecting this departure from BFMV. In an interview, Matt Tuck had stated that Fever would be an album made more for the band itself than for the fans and upon listening to the entire album, I can understand why. Typical BFMV fans will miss the aggressiveness displayed on The Poison and Scream, Aim, Fire, but true BFMV (and true fans of great music, for that matter) will most definitely enjoy this release for its uniqueness. Many of the songs are more personal and possess more of a mainstream feel, but for BFMV this is not a bad thing. If there is one band out there that can mix metal and the mainstream appeal of more catchy hard rock tunes together with superior skill its BFMV. And that is exactly what you will find on their latest album, plenty of catchy and memorable tunes that are equal parts hard rock and metal as compared to previous releases that were 75 percent metal blended with 25 percent hard rock. I would say that this release demonstrates Bullet's musical diversity and shows us that they are not afraid to try something new, and if you are one of those individuals that always expects more of the same on every release from a band, then this is not an album for such closed-mindedness.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ConMan on September 15, 2010
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First off, anyone to say this album "Fever" is no good, can't possible have good taste in music. Ive actually liked BFMV more since I bought this album. This album might not be as "heavy" as their past albums in some peoples opinions, but to me it is just as heavy, and it is a more polished with perfectly written lyrics and music, mainly the music. From start to finish this album rocks even with the lighter songs on the album, which start out accousticly and end up rocking through the chourus with loud guitars. "Your Betrayal" is one of the best over all rock songs I've ever heard, and its intro is badass, so good i think it's better than Metallicas' "Enter Sandman" intro. I know a lot of people will argue that opinion with me, but thats ok, we are all entitled to our opinions.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Metal_Fan486 on August 7, 2010
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Ever since BFMV came into the world of mainstream, they have become more and more popular among many metalcore and metal acts. Everyone love "The Poison" and how it could not have been a better debut with catchy choruses that stuck in your head through the whole entire day while "Scream,Aim,Fire" was high powered and full of speed and amazing guitar work on Matt and Padge's part. Now that they have been around for several years though, and "Fever" has come out, people believe mainstream success has gotten into their head, but I disagree. In my opinion, they stayed true to their roots featuring songs with amazing guitar playing like in the song "Alone" and drums that just sound freakin' amazing as well as lyrics and vocals that hold emotion that go to a deeper level than a normal may believe.

It has been said that BFMV did this album more for themselves than anything else, and in truth, I believe that as when you listen to some of the lyrics they become quite personal for Matt Tuck. Aside from that, people have complained about their not being as much screaming in this album as the other two or the same ferocity like the two previous ones. I will say yes to the first one, but no to the second. Yes, there is less screaming vocals on Jay and Matt's part, but does screaming really make the band? No it doesn't! The music style is what makes the band. The music! Not a type of vocals. It is just something that adds a different side of things or emotion. Now, the reason I say no to the second argument is that there are some heavy songs that show how awesome of a metalcore band they are. "Begging For Mercy", "Your Betrayal", and "Pretty on the Outside" are all songs that have amazing riffs, guitars, drums, the whole nine yards!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Madd_Matt on May 6, 2010
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I'd have to say this is a pretty weak album by BFMV standards. A lot of other reviewers have pointed out the flaws so i wont go too deep. Seems instrumentally/intensity level/lyrically a step down from all previous efforts. Overall pretty disappointed. After my initial listen I was shocked and would have rated probably 2 stars, but after a few more listens I decided to bump it up to 3... and that's where it will stay. You wont miss anything if you skip this album. I'll be waiting for their next release and hopefully they find their cojones along the way.
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