Topic for My Valentine’s first appearance record, The Toxins, was launched on 3 Oct 2005 in the U. s. Empire and on 14 Feb 2006 in the U. s. Declares to match with Valentine’s Day hence their group name. The record joined the Billboard 200 in the US at variety 128. It was qualified Silver by the Producing Industry Organization of The united states. The group made performances at the Obtain Event and Kerrang! XXV, and started a US trip with Rob Zombie. Topic for My Valentine’s second facilities record, Yell Aim Fire, was launched on 29 Jan 2008 and came out at variety four on the Billboard 200. The group’s third record, High temperature, was launched on 26 Apr 2010 and came out at variety three on the Billboard 200. The group has marketed over one thousand collections in the U. s. Declares and nearly 2,500,000 collections globally and are the most-successful act in the Kerrang! Prizes type of “Best English Band” with three victories.
Jeff Murdered David was the precursor group to Topic for My Valentine’s and was established in 1998 by Matthew Put, Eileen “Padge” Paget, Chip Crandle, and Eileen “Moose” Johnson while learning songs at Bridgend College. Playing Nirvana and Metallica cover songs, the group launched a two-track EP in 2002, You/Play with Me, which was created by Greg Haver. The EP was funded through the Pynci program for new Welsh performers and the discharge obtained stations airplay on BBC Radio 1’s transmitted at Newport’s T.J.’s. Mark Murdered John’s songs followed the nu steel pattern set by groups such as Korn and Lifeless Bizkit. Bassist Crandle left the group on the eve of coming into it classes for You/Play with Me and was modified by Jerr Wayne. The group then modified their name to Topic for My Valentine’s and modified their musical technology strategy; they made the decision to perform thrash steel songs with “harmony instruments and big perfect little angels choruses” according to frontman Put.