Bullet For My Valentine Albums
If you are interested in some new and loud music, then you should know about some Bullet for My Valentine albums. Bullet for My Valentine consists of loud and distorted guitars, a double bass on the drum, and a combination of screaming and singing. If you enjoy any of these types of things in your music, then you will definitely want to give some of Bullet for My Valentine’s albums a listen.
- “The Poison” The first album by Bullet for My Valentine, “The Poison” consists of some of the bands biggest hits including “Tears Don’t Fall” and “All These Things I Hate.” This Bullet for My Valentine album also includes some lesser known but still good songs such as the title track “The Poison,” “Cries in Vain” and an intro that is completely instrumental.
- “Scream Aim Fire” Bullet for My Valentine’s sophomore album, “Scream Aim Fire,” was much heavier and louder than the previous one. “Scream Aim Fire” was better received than “The Poison,” evidenced by the numerous hits that came from “Scream Aim Fire.” The best songs from “Scream Aim Fire” include “Scream Aim Fire,” “Waking the Demon” and “Hearts Burst into Fire.” You should check out all of these hits from the Bullet for My Valentine as well as their lesser known songs including “Say Goodnight” and “Deliver Us from Evil.”
- “Fever” Bullet for My Valentine’s most recent album is titled “Fever” and returns to the quieter and more emotional feel of “The Poison." The big hits from “Fever” include “Your Betrayal” and “The Last Fight.” These are definitely the best tracks off of the album but once again, the rest of the album is satisfying enough so give the whole thing a try!