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BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE premiere ‘Don’t Need You: Live at Brixton Academy’ video clip

Bullet For My Valentine have released an official live video clip for ‘Don’t Need You’, evidencing the pure fire (literally and figuratively) of their two consecutive sold-out performances at the world famous Brixton Academy, London, last December.

Watch the video here.

The shows in question saw Bullet For My Valentine perform career-spanning setlists in addition to select performances of their classic 2005 debut album, The Poison, in full.

Pre-orders for Bullet For My Valentine – Live From Brixton: Chapter Two are now live here.

Fans will now be able to experience the intensity of both “Night One” (December 9’s “career-spanning” performance) and “Night Two” (December 10’s The Poison performance) via DVD, Blu-ray, CD, and Vinyl.

Full format details are below:

“Night One” CD (career-spanning setlist)

“Night Two” CD (The Poison in its entirety setlist)

DVD (featuring both nights)

Blu-ray (featuring both nights)

Triple disc Red Vinyl (“Night Two” only)

Additionally, BFMV have started work on a new studio album, which is their first for Search and Destroy/ Spinefarm Records.

 

Upcoming tour dates:

22nd June – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, Canada

23rd June – Montebello Rock Fest – Montebello, Canada

19th August – ELB RIOT Festival – Hamburg, Germany

21st August – Moscow Stadium, Russia

23rd August – St Petersburg Kosmonavt Club, Russia

25th August – Reload Festival – Sulingen, Germany

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