Concerts: Bullet For My Valentine and Trivium live in Milan

Concerts: Bullet For My Valentine and Trivium live in Milan

“The Poison” And “Ascendancy”, are two albums released in 2005 that definitively changed the entire metalcore scene. Both records will be celebrated and played in full by the bands that released them twenty years ago.

Bullet For My Valentine And Trivium announce new dates of theirs today “The Poisoned Ascendancy Tour”: an Italian concert is also planned, which will be held on February 17, 2025 at Alcatraz in Milan. The Scandinavian band will perform at the opening Orbit Cultures.

Tickets will be on sale at the price of 60 euros plus presale rights according to the following methods:

– in exclusive presale by connecting to starting from 10:00 am on April 23rd until 10:00 pm on April 25th. Registration on the site will not be necessary.

– On general presale on MC2Live And Vivaticket starting from 10:00 am on April 26th.

“I honestly can't believe it's been 20 years since The Poison came out, and what an incredible 20 years it has been,” says the frontman. Bullet For My Valentine Matt Tuck. “I'm very proud of what we've achieved as a band over the last two decades and it all started with that debut album. “The Poison” is an important part of our lives musically and personally, we know the huge impact it has had on the metal world globally. This tour will be made even more special as our brothers Trivium will also join us to celebrate and play their amazing album “Ascendancy” in its entirety.”

“”The Poison” and “Ascendancy” are two records whose influence can still be heard today – in the DNA of modern metal,” declares the frontman of Trivium Matt Heafy. “It's amazing to think about the impact the albums had when they came out in 2005. They were both like lightning bolts. Both bands grew up independently of each other in different countries and separate from any movement or scene, but both shared a common love for melodic heavy metal (…) Trivium and BFMV were so busy when ours came out respective albums that we never really got to play together or sit down and celebrate during the whirlwind of constant touring and recording. But that's the purpose of the anniversary tour. It's a celebration by the bands for fans of an important era, and above all it's an invitation to fans to come and spend an epic night with us and sing, let loose and celebrate the incredible power of music.”