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Avenged Sevenfold continue expansion of “The Stage” with cover of Rolling Stones’ “As Tears Go By”

Avenged Sevenfold have released their newest cover in their expansion of their latest album, “The Stage.” The cover of the Rolling Stones’ “As Tears Go By” follows covers of the Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows,” Del Shannon’s “Runaway,” and Mr. Bungle’s “Retrovertigo.”

If you’re a fan of Avenged Sevenfold, the song, or gratuitous use of unnecessary artificial film grain, this video’s for you. Check it out below.

Avenged Sevenfold release cover of the Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows”

Avenged Sevenfold is continuing their expansion of their most recent album, “The Stage” with a cover of the Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows.”

“God Only Knows” is the fifth song from their expansion of the album, the others being “Malagueña Salerosa,” a Mexican folk song, a cover of Mr. Bungle’s “Retrovertigo,” “Dose,” an original song, and Del Shannon’s 1961 number one hit, “Runaway.”

You can check out the video of the new cover below.

Avenged Sevenfold release “Runaway” cover ft. Warren Fitzgerald of The Vandals

Avenged Sevenfold just released an unexpectedly awesome cover of Del Shannon’s classic “Runaway”. The song features Warren Fitzgerald of The Vandals on guitar, and it’s completely different from anything else I’ve heard from the band. Give the track a listen below.

Here’s what Warren to say about getting the opportunity to record with A7X:

“I’ve known the Avenged Sevenfold guys for years and obviously Brooks played with The Vandals, and our bands are both from Huntington Beach, so the ties run deep. But I was still surprised and honored that they asked me to play on the track. I think it’s a really cool choice for a cover and the guys were very generous in the studio. They’re all incredible musicians and to have them say, ‘Do what you do,’ was really flattering. So I did, and we had a blast, and I’m tickled to death with how it all turned out.”

Avenged Sevenfold released their latest album The Stage in 2016. It was their first release to feature Brooks Wackerman (formerly of Bad Religion) on drums.

Avenged Sevenfold stream new track “Dose”

Heavy metal favourites Avenged Sevenfold are streaming their latest track “Dose”. Calling it a “tripped out metal song”, the band’s vocalist M. Shadows had the following to say about the inspiration behind the tune:

The lyrics were inspired by an unsolved mystery that dates back to the 1950s about an airline traveler who, if you believe the story, supposedly fell into our dimension from another. According to reports, he showed up in a Tokyo airport with a passport from a country that didn’t exist anywhere on a map. He was detained for questioning, but mysteriously vanished from a room guarded by immigration officials, taking with him all evidence of his existence. It ties into the theory that there are infinite possibilities of our lives being played out across space and time.

Fans can enjoy “Dose” in all it’s “tripped out” finery below.

Greg Graffin talks about Bad Religion’s future, Brooks Wackerman leaving for Avenged Sevenfold

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin, who released his new solo album Millport about a week ago, recently spoke to Loudwire about the future of the band, which includes a new album and a 40th anniversary celebration, which will be in 2020. He explains:

“There’s no end in sight. In fact, in two-and-a-half years, there’s a very important 40th anniversary milestone. Another album is on the horizon, but True North was such a good album that I don’t want to put out something that indicates we’re aging, so it’s gotta be as good as True North. [Laughs] We do plan on getting another record out there, hopefully before that 40th anniversary.”

Graffin also talked about drummer Brooks Wackerman’s decision to leave the band for Avenged Sevenfold, saying, “It wasn’t until he announced it [that I knew he was joining Avenged Sevenfold] but he did tell us he was leaving for greener pastures, but he didn’t put it that way. He gave us ample notice. It was not at all bitter, it was wishing him the best of luck.”

Wackerman was replaced by Jamie Miller, who has played in many bands such as …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, Snot and Souls at Zero (formerly Wrathchild America). He was, however, not the only member of Bad Religion to have left the band in recent years; longtime guitarist Greg Hetson left the band shortly after the release of their latest album True North in 2013 and was replaced by Mike Dimkich, formerly of The Cult.

Brooks Wackerman talks about joining Avenged Sevenfold

Just two weeks after leaving Bad Religion and exactly a week after joining Avenged Sevenfold, drummer Brooks Wackerman talked about Metal Hammer magazine about what led to him becoming a member of the latter band. He explains:

“The first thing I did was go and tell my wife, and she gave me a kiss and we hugged. It was quite a poignant moment. And she said, ‘Go get ’em, tiger!’ [Laughs] Then I called my father and told him, who’s a music educator but wasn’t familiar with the band. So I showed him and few of the videos and he’s just my biggest supporter. I think just telling my family of what I was about to do was an exciting element.”

Avenged Sevenfold last released Hail to the King in 2013 via Warner Bros. Records, and have reportedly been working on a new album. As for Bad Religion, they have not yet announced a replacement for Wackerman, but they are still planning to tour South America in March and record a new album.

Brooks Wackerman joins Avenged Sevenfold

Just a week after announcing he would be leaving Bad Religion, of which he was a member for 15 years, drummer Brooks Wackerman seems to have found a new gig with Avenged Sevenfold.

The band’s frontman M. Shadows made the announcement on the latest episode of Fozzy singer and WWE star Chris Jericho’s podcast, stating that A7X wanted Wackerman to play on their last album Nightmare, “but at the time he was also busy with Bad Religion.” How inconvenient.

Avenged Sevenfold does not currently have any tour dates lined up, so it’s unclear when Brooks will make his debut with the band. Stay posted for more info.

Music Video: Avenged Sevenfold – “Chapter Four”

Southern California metallers Avenged Sevenfold have premiered a music video for their song ”Chapter 4”, taken from the reissue of their sophomore album, “Waking the Fallen”, which was released via Hopeless Records in August.

The video is comprised of live footage from the same show that was used to film the band’s “Unholy Confessions” video.  Check it out below.

Zacky Vengeance talks about next Avenged Sevenfold album

Avenged Sevenfold guitarist Zacky Vengeance told that the band will likely begin work on a new album after they finish touring in support of their latest album Hail to The King, which came out nearly a year ago. Zacky explains:

“I think once we get home, the ideas are going to start brewing. I know Syn’s been writing a ton purely for fun, trying different styles, recording backstage, keeping himself busy. I’ve been thinking of all sorts of ideas, listening to tons of different music to get inspiration — as have all of us. And being on tour, I’m so inspired. Seeing bands like Body Count with Ice-T out there, they’re so old-school and riff-based and over the top and slightly offensive and it’s fuckin’ awesome. So there’s tons of inspiration that I know we’ll be drawing from.”

Avenged Sevenfold recently announced a reissue of their sophomore album, Waking the Fallen, which is set for release on August 26th, 2014 — exactly 11 years after its original release — via Hopeless Records.

Music Video: Avenged Sevenfold – “This Means War”

Southern California metallers Avenged Sevenfold have premiered a music video for their song “This Means War”, taken from their latest album Hail to the King, which was released last August.

You can watch the video for “This Means War” below.

Avenged Sevenfold recently announced a reissue of their sophomore album, Waking the Fallen, which is set for release on August 26th, 2014 — exactly 11 years after its original release — via Hopeless Records.

Avenged Sevenfold announce release of “Waking the Fallen: Resurrected”

California rock group Avenged Sevenfold have just announced the release of Waking the Fallen: Resurrected on August 26 via Hopeless Records. You can view the album trailer below.

The pending album is more than just a re-release of the band’s breakthrough album Waking the Fallen; the new album will feature 11 never-before-heard songs in addition to the 12 tracks from the original release. Moreover, it will have new artwork, the first cut of the music video for “Unholy Confessions”, and a short film featuring the band.

Waking the Fallen: Resurrected is currently available for pre-order here.

Avenged Sevenfold and Hellyeah announce North American tour

Avenged Sevenfold will be touring North America in April and May with Hellyeah.

You can see the tour dates below.

Avenged Sevenfold’s last album Hail to The King was released in August of 2013.

Avenged Sevenfold release music video for “Shepherd of Fire”

SoCal metal act, Avenged Sevenfold have posted the music video for their song “Shepherd of Fire.”

You can watch it here.

“Hail To The King” was released on August 27th.

Avenged Sevenfold stream “Shepard Of Fire” and “Hail To The King” with commentary

SoCal metal act, Avenged Sevenfold are streaming their songs “Shepard Of Fire” and “Hail To The King” along with commentary videos.

You can check it out here.

The new work is set to be released next week, August 27th, through Warner Bros. Records, however you can stream “Hail To The King” in its entirety right here.

The band’s most recent studio album, “Nightmare”, was released in 2010 on Warner Bros.

Full Album Stream: Avenged Sevenfold – “Hail To The King”

SoCal metal act, Avenged Sevenfold are getting ready to release their upcoming full-length album “Hail To the King”.

The new work is set to be released next week, August 27th, through Warner Bros. Records, however you can stream “Hail To The King” in its entirety right here.

The band’s most recent studio album, “Nightmare”, was released in 2010 on Warner Bros.