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  • How come no one has mention AVENGED SEVENFOLD around here before?

    I finally got to hear these guys' music and to tell the truth I was completely blown away. Kinda like Prog meets Shred meets Nu-metal meets Queen. Great guitar work and amazing solos, amazing heavy riffing and very cool vocal melodies.

    So what's the scoop with this band?

  • #2
    they rock, end of story

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    • #3
      good band.
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      Originally Posted by guitarslinger


      a one-titted homemade sexdoll with a magazine page as the face

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      • #4
        i wish their guitarists didn't have such lame names.

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        • #5
          you will hear mixed opinions on these boards about them. i love them, im a huuge fan. i was with the rev the other night actually. theyre all very cool guys.
          My band - A Lethal Dose

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          • #6
            I liked their last album a lot, and thought they were awesome live. I dont like the new album though - his singing style really grates on it. Its much more of a whine and he never sounds like hes actually trying hard like on waking the fallen.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bikehorn
              i wish their guitarists didn't have such lame names.


              I agree. The whole band have lame names.

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              • #8
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by wor lez
                  I liked their last album a lot, and thought they were awesome live. I dont like the new album though - his singing style really grates on it. Its much more of a whine and he never sounds like hes actually trying hard like on waking the fallen.


                  I heard he had some serious vocal issues and was told to pretty much change his style or he would permanently lose alot of his voice.

                  I can't remember where I heard that though...

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                  • #10
                    every once in a while a thread comes up mentioning these guys. great group, im diggin the guitar work big time.
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                    • #11
                      Who cares what their names are!? You know they chose those names just to piss off close-minded macho hXc losers..
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by FWAxeIbanez
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                        thats quite the username you have there... you sound like someone who's opinion we should be listening to! can i have your email address, id love to chat with someone so optimistic and stuff, you know?

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                        • #13
                          Damn fine band if you ask me


                          Lots of interesting influences in their music.
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                          • #14
                            I've only heard "Bat Country" and I like it a lot.

                            But the drums are recorded TERRIBLY - worse than St Anger drums. Which is a shame because it sounds like the drummer kicks ass.
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                            • #15
                              i haven't listen to them in a few years...i remember liking them at the time, though i have no idea about their names
                              ...Dig this-this is the kind of approach I like more: When you walk down the street, is every footstep the exact same way? Of course not. Music’s the same way-it has to breathe. My best ideas didn’t come from textbooks or computers or synthesizers. They came from life. Just look at a flower, or a wave in the ocean, or the way someone walks, and if you really look close, you’ll see music in those things. Visual images are very important to a musician’s creativity...

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