Bullet For My Valentine has produced their own honey mead. They’ve called it Waking The Demon, named after a track from their second album, Scream Aim Fire. So, to create this honey mead, they’ve joined forces with Lyme Bay Winery.
According to the Waking The Demon website, the honey mead is described as “a rich honey flavour with balanced acidity, honeyed notes and a backing of gentle spice.”
More still, it’s a “ferment of honey, water, and spices”. The end result is a “smooth, rich drink which can be enjoyed on its own or mixed as a base for cocktails.”
Plus, the website warns that at 14.5% ABV, the drink is “not to be toyed with!”. Better still, as promised via the band’s Twitter, bottles and T-Shirts are available too.
We’re very excited to launch this great collaboration with Lyme Bay Winery. Introducing: Waking The Demon Honey Mead. Bottles and t-shirts available to purchase now from: https://t.co/6XMHKHisTwpic.twitter.com/B16OhSFGy3
— BFMV (@bfmvofficial) March 13, 2020
Bullet’s most recent album, Gravity, was released in 2018. Most notably, the record steered down a more electronic path. As a result, the band explored new sounds away from their metal roots. Gravity has spawned five singles and was awarded three and a half stars in a review by Dannii Leivers on Metal Hammer.
Dannii said: “Depending on where you’re sitting, they’ve either dropped the biggest clanger or made the bravest jump of their career to date,”
She added: “But one thing is certain: Gravity sees Bullet once again boldly eyeing up the world’s biggest stages with rejuvenated determination.”
In July 2019, Bullet for My Valentine unveiled a music video of live tour footage for their single, ‘Piece of Me’. In a track by track interview with Metal Hammer, frontman Matt Tuck described ‘Piece Of Me’ as “one of the angriest songs on the record”.
Check out the music video for ‘Piece Of Me’ below.