On tar­get with their latest tour

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - LIFE & LEISIRE -

DON’T miss the chance to catch Bullet For My Valen­tine at Ayles­bury Water­side Theatre.

Bullet For My Valen­tine has an­nounced a huge UK and Euro­pean head­line tour, in­clud­ing Ayles­bury on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 5 at 7pm.

Fea­tur­ing vo­cal­ist/gui­tarist Matt Tuck, fe­ro­cious riffs by gui­tarist Michael ‘Padge’ Paget and rapid-fire rhythm cour­tesy of drum­mer Michael ‘Moose’ Thomas. In this tour the trio main­tains their sig­na­ture bal­ance of heavy, cou­pled with surg­ing melody, push­ing them­selves to the next level.

The band also an­nounces the ad­di­tion of fel­low Welsh­man Jamie Mathias as their new bass player and back­ing vo­cal­ist.

Bullet For My Valen­tine mix clas­sic riff-heavy rock with a con­tem­po­rary grasp of dy­nam­ics. They have sold 10 mil­lion al­bums and toured the globe. In the UK, their last tour saw them hit sell out are­nas, in­clud­ing the 10,000 ca­pac­ity Wem­b­ley Arena.

Tick­ets cost £25.90. A £2.85 book­ing fee ap­plies. For tick­ets call 0844 871 7607 or visit www.at­gtick­ets. com/Ayles­bury.

CRIT­I­CALLY ac­claimed three piece folk band Lev­eret are set to play Bucks on their UK wide tour as part of the 56th Lit­tle Mis­senden Fes­ti­val.

Con­sist­ing of Andy Cut­ting, Sam Sweeney – BBC Ra­dio 2 Folk Mu­si­cian of The Year 2015 – and Rob Har­bron, live per­for­mances are im­pro­vised while the mu­sic is rooted in the English tra­di­tion.

Orig­i­nal set­tings of an­cient tunes sit along­side new com­po­si­tions by mod­ern folk tune­smiths.

Mr Cut­ting plays melodeon and is known for his work with Martin Simp­son, Blowz­abella, Chris Wood, June Ta­bor, Kate Rusby and oth­ers.

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