Forever and Always

Album: Scream Aim Fire (2008)
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  • Frontman Matt Tuck in Metal Hammer magazine: "When we first went to Texas to record the album this song didn't exist. I wrote the outro part on a tour bus in America. The whole song was written around the Outro. This is a really weird thing of doing this. I'm happy that we had enough time to write this song - it was in the time I had the crap with my throat. It is a nice advantage of what we went through. It is the most epic thing we have ever done. It is about the highs and downs of being in a touring rock band. This song should be played in an arena. The hook of the song is like I wanna stay here forever and always and that's basically my reference: to stay on the stage in front of 10.000 of people. It will be definitely the set closure for the next 2 years."
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Comments: 3

  • Corey from Richmond, VaBest Bullet song EVER!
  • Katie from Medford, Ori want to see them live sooooo bad..
  • Nick from Cairns, AustraliaAnd so the song SHOULD be played on concerts. I mean, dude, you can tell if its made for being played for concerts after hearing through halfway into the song.
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