Bullet For My Valentine‘s new music video for “Venom”, the title track of their latest album, is a short narrative that continues the events in “You Want A Battle (Here’s A War)”. The newest installment is wrapped in emotive imagery that has multiple meanings and the message conveyed is incredibly raw, like a flesh wound that will take time to heal.
The directing was undertaken by Stuart Birchall who also directed the prequel. According to Birchall, he “discussed taking a more cerebral tone with a darker subtext” this time around, which is apparent from the get-go. “Venom” may not be as heavy as “You Want A Battle (Here’s A War)”, musically, but the tone certainly is. Check out the music video below: