Bullet For My Valentine

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18 Nov 2015


19:45 - 23:00


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Als gevolg van de verhoging van het terreurdreigingsniveau neemt Trix extra maatregelen om de veiligheid van bezoekers, artiesten en personeel te verhogen:

Alle geplande concerten gaan door zoals voorzien. Er is een permanent contact met politie Antwerpen die adviseert over de nodige maatregelen en beslist over verhoogde aanwezigheid.

– Onze beveiligingsfirma zet extra mensen in en zal intensievere controles uitoefenen bij het betreden van de zaal. We vragen iedereen om goed op tijd te komen, om geen rugzakken mee te nemen of onnodig dikke kleding te dragen om lange wachtrijen te vermijden. Het uur waarop de deuren openen staat op deze website aangegeven bij het betreffende concert. Voor Bullet For My Valentine is dat 19u.

Due to the increased terror threat level, Trix takes additional security measures:

All concerts will go on as planned. We are in permanent contact with the Antwerp police. They advise on additional security measures and they will decide on increased police presence.

– Our security company will provide extra staffing for intencified control at the entrance of the venue. We kindly ask you to come in time to avoid long queues. We also ask you not to bring any bagpacks or to wear unnecessary thick clothing.

We will keep this page updated with the latest information.


Bullet For My Valentine

What started out in 1998 as a nu metal band called Jeff Killed John, ended up being Bullet For My Valentine in 2003. Not only did Matthew Tuck, Michael Paget and Michael Thomas change the name of the band, they also decided to go for another music style. This turned out to be a successful move, since record labels suddenly showed interest in the band.

After signing with Sony BMG the band released a self-titled EP in 2004 and their debut album “The Poison” followed in 2005. The band promoted the album across the world at major festivals and on tour with Metallica and Guns N’ Roses.

The second album “Scream Aim Fire” was released in 2008 and was a lot more up tempo and aggressive. For their third album “Fever” the band went back to the sound of their debut album. The record was launched in 2010 with a secret show in London.

Their fourth album “Temper Temper” followed in 2013. At the beginning of this year the band entered the studio yet again to record a new album, which promises to be their heaviest album yet. And a new album is always a good reason to go out on tour, so expect the band at Trix on November 18.

The event is finished.

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