- Os britânicos Bullett For My Valentine confirmaram que o novo disco vai-se intitular "Temper Temper" e sairá em Inglaterra no dia 11 de Fevereiro, através da Sony Music.
A banda passou o single, e também título do álbum, para as rádios na semana passada e pode ser ouvido na edição #93 de Metal Global aqui! O novo trabalho foi produzido mais uma vez por Don Gilmore, que já tinha trabalhado com a banda no disco "Fever" editado em 2010.
Em entrevista à Voice of Rock Radio, da Africa do Sul, o vocalista/guitarrista Matt Tuck falou da relação com Don Gilmore e da longevidade da banda:
"For me, it's a huge compliment that [Gilmore] really didn't have much input [this time around], 'cause on the last record he did, and it kind of opened my eyes to write differently and to think about, not slowing things down, but kind of... there's no restraint on screaming and restraint on a million miles an hour. It's not necessary, really. We've kind of done that [already]. So on this record, [he kind of] sat back and let me do it without having much input, which to me, knowing Don, is a huge compliment, 'cause it means I've kind of done it right by my own. So, yeah, we've definitely fucking nailed it on this record. I know it's a long way before coming out and anyone's gonna hear anything, but I've lived with [it] and I know what it is, and trust me, it's good."
"We've been doing this eight years now and we're still at the top of the game of... we're still at the top of our tree of our style of music. I mean, no one's really kind of tried to take us over. So we have kind of taken the foot off the gas already a little bit with 'Fever', and the album we just recorded, we've actually backed off a little bit again — not because we don't think people don't wanna hear heavy music, we've actually made it heavier by slowing down and less is more. Like METALLICA's 'black album,' you wouldn't necessarily call it a heavy album, but the sound of it is fucking heavy and it's big and it sounds timeless because of that. It's not a million miles an hour — it's big and heavy and loud. We're not trying to make a 'black' album, we're just trying to kind of take that theory of slowing down, putting less technical bits in and concentrating on the vocals and the meat and bones of the song."