J├Ągermeister achieves first land, sea and air gig with Bullet For My Valentine

By Emily Baker

Jägermeister has continued its Ice Cold Gig series with a gig performed on land, sea and air by Bullet For My Valentine’s Matt Tuck for a group of his closest friends.

Following previous Jägermeister Ice Cold gigs on top of an igloo and a floating iceberg, Tuck began the gig in freefall at 7,000ft with Bullet For My Valentine’s Last Flight after jumping out of a helicopter 15,000ft above Lyngsfjord in Norway. Tuck and then landed on ...

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