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Avenged Sevenfold

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Avenged Sevenfold  Nightmare   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Bat Country   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Welcome to the Family   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Scream   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Almost Easy   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Buried Alive   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Not Ready to Die (from Call of the Dead)   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Afterlife   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Seize the Day   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Beast and the Harlot   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  A Little Piece of Heaven   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Fiction   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Warmness On the Soul   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Critical Acclaim   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Darkness Surrounding   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Dear God   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Unholy Confessions   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Turn the Other Way   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Chapter Four   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  To End the Rapture   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  M.I.A.   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  I Won't See You Tonight, Pt. 1   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  We Come Out At Night   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Second Heartbeat   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Blinded In Chains   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Remenissions   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Gunslinger   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  An Epic of Time Wasted   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  Eternal Rest   buy on itunes
Avenged Sevenfold  I Won't See You Tonight, Pt. 2   buy on itunes

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When they formed at the tail end of the '90s, Avenged Sevenfold were still in high school, which got us thinking — how did they go from the demon-spawn delivery of their debut, 2001's [i]Sounding the Seventh Trumpet[/i], to such welcome detours as the country-fried Americana of "Dear God," the ravaged alt-rock of "Scream," and the Top 40-bound thrash of "Critical Acclaim"? Easy — they've always been that way. If you listen closely, there's a heartstring-tugging power ballad ("Warmness On the Soul") halfway through [i]Trumpet[/i], and its follow-up, [i]Walking The Fallen[/i], takes cues from the [i]Black Album[/i]-era of Metallica ("Eternal Rest") [i]and[/i] the New Wave of American Heavy Metal (see also: Lamb of God, Shadows Fall, Killswitch Engage) they were right in the middle of cofounding.
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