Jagermeister's Ice Cold Gig became the world's first air, sea and land gig - Matt Tuck and his friends toast to success beneath the northern lights

No matter what you did or who you are, Bullet For My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck had a much cooler weekend than you.

Teaming up with German spirit brand Jagermeister for their Ice Cold Gig series, Tuck now holds the record for performing the world’s first continuous gig spanning air, sea and land. Beginning by performing ‘The Last Fight’ during a freefall at 7000 feet, you can’t help but feel that he may have slightly missed a golden opportunity to play ‘Tears Don’t Fall’.

Tuck then performed ‘Venom’ while dashing along the Lyngsfjord, Norway, on a speed boat, followed by being pulled across the land by Siberian huskies while playing ‘Bittersweet Memories’. You know, just in case BFMV weren’t metal enough already.

Sadly the only people who got to witness this glorious gigging experience were a couple of Tuck’s buddies. Fortunately, Jagermeister have shared some highlights of the event, which you can view and grow jealous of below.

By Tom Roden

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