Bullet For My Valentine's Padge Didn't Understand Move On Temper (Week In Review)

On Tuesday Bullet For My Valentine's Padge Didn't Understand Move On Temper was a top story. Here is the recap: (TeamRock Radio) Bullet For My Valentine guitarist Michael 'Padge' Paget has got over the hurt he felt when he was frozen out of writing and recording sessions for fourth album Temper Temper.

And the disagreements that led to the division are behind them as they gear up for the launch of follow-up Venom. Frontman Matt Tuck and drummer Michael 'Moose' Thomas flew to Thailand to create the 2013 album, leaving Padge and then-bassist Jason 'Jay' James behind.

Padge tells Metal Hammer's Merlin Alderslade: "It really pissed me off, to be honest. Being told over email that you're not going to record an album with your band. I'm sure it would piss anyone off. I was f***ing confused, hurt - and I just didn't understand it."

Temper Temper received a lukewarm reception when it was released. Padge says: "Do I think it was for the best in the long run? No, I don't, because our momentum kind of levelled off."

Moose reveals he had his own misgivings. "I wasn't in the right frame of mind to be writing and recording an album," says the drummer. "Me and Matt were getting on, but I felt bad for Padge and Jay." Read more - here.

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