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Released on 26 July 2010

Artist: Avenged Sevenfold

5.0 out of 5 (22 customer reviews) | Write a review

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  1. Nightmare
  2. Welcome To The Family
  3. Danger Line
  4. Buried Alive
  5. Natural Born Killer
  6. So Far Away
  7. God Hates US
  8. Victim
  9. Tonight The World Dies
  10. Fiction
  11. Save Me

customer Reviews

 Average rating (22 reviews)

 "beautifully Dark"

| | See all CraigJ90's reviews (6)

Well I managed to get a copy of this album early and it is special. It is the true follow up to 2005 album City of Evil taking a more serious focused and dark tone then the experimental self-titled album.

The highlights so far are opening track Nightmare. Welcome to the Family- which has all the makings for the next single and Fiction which is a truly eerie song with duel vocals between Jimmy and Matt over the strangest of piano keys, basically the A Little Piece of heaven of this album- in true Jimmy fashion. Throughout the entire album there is a recurring theme of darkness and the bands pain and bleak outlook is apparent throughout- especially on the song So far Away where it feels like Shadows could burst into tears at any second and at times has a somewhat numb feeling to it. Arguing fans can also put to rest the over-debated issue of whether or not Shadowz can scream as there heaviest song to date God Hates Us is the angriest song from the album and the bands longest song to date Save me would not sound out of place on Waking the Fallen.

Every Avenged Sevenfold fan has a duty to get this album as it marks the end of an era and should be encouraged to share this with new and old fans alike.

 Great.. urm just great AX7 really are good.

| | See all Angrypeppy's reviews (98)

I bought this album based on the other positive reviews. Although it is the only AX7 album I own, I will now order the others. On a first listen it did not really click, but on the second stint it did. I have even bought several other copies to give as Christmas presents. My metal addiction is varied over all metal genres and this was a pleasent surprise. I was not a fan and once I found out about the tragedy in the band, I am converted. To 'get' this album for me was great as the band have done so well to hang this together not just well but superbly. The title tracks lyrics get in your head and you find yourself singing the track at work.. Just need to avoid the boss !! If you are unsure at this reduced price you must be barking!.

 Best Avenged Album to date

| | See all BushyMoose's reviews (13)

This is a masterpiece, like most of fans out there, I had been looking forward to this album since before Jimmy died, I am glad to say that this in my opinion is the best album they have ever made. Not just because of the passing of 'The Rev' but because the amount of musical emotion that they involve in the music is excellent. I can't recommend certain songs but I can recommend them all. Just an excellent album. It's managed to reach #1 on the Billboard charts and managed to get top 10 in most countries. Definately going to be the bands most successful album. If there is one song that stands out it would be 'Fiction' the last song by Jimmy that he wrote, it's very sad and gives you goosebumps because of the message it holds.

Every person who has ever listened to Avenged Sevenfold should buy this, it's fantastic and I cannot get enough of it.


| | See all MRNICK's reviews (14)

another great album from A7X, I've been a fan since their early days and love the direction they've taken as a band. this album is as good as any other and is a must for fans new and old.

R.I.P. Jimmy, you will be remembered foREVer.

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