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Hail To The King (Deluxe Edition)

Released on 26 August 2013

Artist: Avenged Sevenfold

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  1. Shepherd Of Fire
  2. Hail To The King
  3. Doing Time
  4. This Means War
  5. Requiem
  6. Crimson Day
  7. Heretic
  8. Coming Home
  9. Planets
  10. Acid Rain
  • Download/art card for bonus studio track "St. James
  • 2 Deathbat "coin art" paperboard coasters

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Most accessible album yet to metal fans.

| | See all CraigJ90's reviews (6)

This album definitely feels like a massive homage to metal through the years which i respect. However, having said that i feel like by doing so they have lost a little bit of what makes them individual in their own right e.g. most metal bands are blues driven i wouldn't have said that about Avenged so far but the heavy blues influence on this record probably serves to place them more comfortably among their peers but the flip side is a loss of some individuality. Furthermore you can't help but feel a lot of restraint here through the lack of showboating dual guitars and more simplistic drums which i think seems like an aesthetic decision and gives the album more groove and bigger riffs as a result. So i guess your take on the album comes down to a matter of perspective all in all i'd say it's a great effort by the band and should open more doors to most mainstream metal fans.

 Hail to the King

| | See all allybongo's reviews (2)

A good album all round, only one song Im not keen on which is Planets, bit on the repetative side, otherwise another good album from Avenged Sevenfold, yay .....

 weak album

| | See all Jeffers5's reviews (7)

good album on it's own right, but if you compare to their previous releases i personnally feel it's a weak album with no real stand out songs. it lacks the punch of nightmare for me and could've been better