Bullet For My Valentine will release their next album via Universal’s Caroline imprint, ending a decade long association with Sony’s RCA/Jive labels.
Bullet For My Valentine’s last four albums have all been Top 5 successes in Australia with the most recent album ‘Venom’ becoming their first number one anywhere in the world.
The British band has signed a signed a worldwide deal with Search and Destroy/Spinefarm Records to be released via UMG’s Caroline Records.
“We’re very proud and excited to announce our signing to Search and Destroy / Spinefarm Records. It feels great to be part of a family that truly believes in the band and is ready to take us to the next level. It’s been an incredible journey so far – but with the Search and Destroy / Spinefarm team behind us, it feels like we’ve just begun. Here’s to the future,” said Matt Tuck of Bullet For My Valentine in a statement.
Bullet For My Valentine have sold over 5 million albums worldwide. The first two albums ‘The Poison’ (2005) and ‘Scream Aim Fire’ have each sold a million.
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