Avenged Sevenfold are taking fans straight to hell and back in their new fiery video for the song ‘Shepherd of Fire.’ The track, from Avenged Sevenfold’s 2013 release ‘Hail to the King,’ was also included in the ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’ video game series as part of the DLC ‘Apocalypse,’ giving fans a good idea of the tone and direction of the song and subsequently, the new video.
For two years now, the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQ in Los Angeles has become one of the hottest venues in the city, regularly hosting big-name bands in a pint-sized club setting. Avenged Sevenfold paid a visit on Friday (Nov. 1) to the venue, located right where KROQ-FM is located, and delivered a loose and wild 45-minute set that was broadcast live over the Internet.
Talent shows can go two ways. Either a kid can display how much talent he or she has at something, or a kid can display how much of a lack of talent he or she has. Those in attendance have to take the good with the bad, and here we have a kid who dazzles the crowd.
Offering up one of the most anticipated tours of the fall, Avenged Sevenfold rolled into the TD Garden in Boston last night (Oct. 9) – six-string's blazing. Only adding to the tour’s mass appeal were the addition of opening acts Deftones and Ghost B.C., making for a triple bill of royal proportions.
Avenged Sevenfold released their sixth studio album, 'Hail to the King,' on Aug. 23. Although the act's fans have been eating up the album, Avenged Sevenfold have been met by various detractors as well, including Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn. Avenged Sevenfold singer M. Shadows responded to Flynn's criticism a short while ago, and now, guitarist Zacky Vengeance has done the same.
Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn recently took a shot at Avenged Sevenfold, claiming that the band lifted hooks from prominent metal bands for their 2013 album, 'Hail to the King,' which Flynn also called a "covers album." Now, Machine Head are suggesting that Avenged Sevenfold have stolen something from them, as well.