Bullet Unveil “Stay Wild” Music Video
June 8, 2011
Swedish sleaze rockers Bullet have posted a music video for their new single “Stay Wild”, from the band’s latest album ‘Highway Pirates’. Filmed by Marcus Svensson and Hugo Anderson of Chillin Pictures, behind the scenes footage from the video can be viewed here.
On February 5th Bullet held a huge release party for ‘Highway Pirates’ in their hometown Vaxjo. The party was totally sold out with almost 1000 people attending, and the band delivered a classic rock show, finishing off with singer Hell Hofer sawing off the arm of a guy playing keyboards. In true Bullet spirit, specially made Bullet beer and hot dogs were served.
The overwhelming response from the media, the killer chart position, and the atmosphere on the release party held on the countryside to a countryside audience all makes it clear that Bullet has become kind of an institute — there’s something in Bullet’s music for everyone. At the moment there seems to be nothing stopping Bullet from becoming number one in the heavy metal scene. Album of the month award and Jury winner in Sweden Rock Magazine, album of the month award and Richterskala winner in Germany’s Rock Hard all point to one thing — Bullet is now getting the pay off from all the hard work they’ve put into creating music over the years.
‘Highway Pirates’ is Bullet’s third album, and the follow-up to ‘Heading For The Top’ (2006) and ‘Bite The Bullet’ (2008). The album was mixed by Tobias Lindell, who has worked with bands like Europe, Mustasch and Hardcore Superstar.
Bullet hit it big in 2008 with the album ‘Bite The Bullet’ which climbed to position 3 in the Swedish charts and topped the Sleaze Roxx Top 10 of 2008 which led to Bullet being one of the most booked bands in Sweden the following year. The success culminated when they made an acclaimed performance as support act to AC/DC at a sold out Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden.