Avenged Sevenfold

Avenged Sevenfold is a band native to California "The Schwarzenegger State"

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Just The Facts

  1. Avenged Sevenfold's name derives from the punishment God gave Cain after murdering Abel
  2. A7X's demographic ranges from teens who can't mosh to people who play Guitar Hero
  3. Despite the name and some themes in lyrics, they are not a Christian Rock Band. Their guitars are played too well for that.

Avenged Sevenfold's Members

M. Shadows: Vocals


So many angst filled teens in the background

Zacky Vengance: Rhythm Guitar


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Synyster Gates: Lead Guitar


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Johnny Christ: Bass


Pretending to be arrested is fun!

The Rev: Drums


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Avenged Sevenfold Discography

Sounding the Seventh Trumpet:

The debut album of Avenged Sevenfold that was actually recorded when they were still in high school, which is the age of rebelling against parents and asking them to buy instruments so you can express your inner anguish.

Waking The Fallen:

Waking the Fallen would be defined as a better polished album than Seventh Trumpet, mainly because by this time they were out of highschool and had jobs and proceeds from the previous album to pay for the studio time. The only downer with it is that it gets dry after the 4th track until a little before the end.

City of Evil:

Probably the most well known of A7X's albums, where every song is done in clean vocals. Features many lyrical themes and a few biblical refrences to boot. Not to mention, CoE launched Avenged Sevenfold into the mainstream, with the song "Bat Country" topping out a #2 on the charts on top of "The Beast and the Harlot" on Guitar Hero 2 and a few more tracks in EA game releases.

Avenged Sevenfold:

Some would call this Avenged Sevenfold's most versatile album to date. They seem to be in a stylistic purgatory with the varing tones and instrument chords featured.