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Gallery: Bullet For My Valentine Celebrate Gravity’s Release With Epic hmv In-Store

Massive metal band. Intimate live show.

To coincide with the release of their new album Gravity, Bullet For My Valentine have been taking to various hmvs around the country for a series of very special record signings – and one killer performance.

Last night (July 2), the Welsh metal titans played at London’s hmv 363 Oxford Street in what the store’s Head of Events, Simon Winter called the loudest and hottest PA we’ve ever done. We had a bare chested mosh-pit and when the band played they nearly blew the roof off the store!”

If you don’t believe him, check out the snaps – taken by James McCauley/hmv – below. Brilliant stuff…

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You can catch Bullet For My Valentine live at the following dates this year:

October

24 Berlin Columbiahalle
26 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
27 Cologne Palladium
28 Munich Zenith
30 Zurich Samsung Hall
31 Bologna Estragon

November

3 Leipzig Haus Auensee
6 Paris Casino de Paris
7 Rockhal Esch-sur-Alzette
8 Tilburg 013
10 London Alexandra Palace
11 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

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Bullet For My Valentine 2018 Uk Shows
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