The members of metalcore outfit Avenged Sevenfold (or A7X) were still attending high school in Huntington Beach, CA, when they formed their group in 1999. Nevertheless, it didn’t take long for M. Shadows (vocals), Zacky Vengeance (guitar), Synyster Gates (guitar), the Reverend (drums), and Johnny Christ (bass) to make an impression with their forceful hybrid of metal and punk-pop. The lineup made its official debut in July 2001, releasing Sounding the Seventh Trumpet on the Good Life label before moving to the Hopeless roster for 2003′s Waking the Fallen. Warner Bros. took interest in the band’s aggressive sound and gave us its breakthrough release, City of Evil, in June 2005. The record reached number 30 on Billboard’s Top 200, propelled in part by the Top Ten success of the single “Bat Country.” The accompanying video was heavily rotated on MTV and Fuse, where live appearances also helped boost Avenged’s growing profile, and the ensemble ultimately won the Best New Artist Award (though they were hardly newcomers) at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards.

As demand for their music increased, Avenged Sevenfold canceled their tour dates for fall 2006 and decamped to Houston, TX, where they set to work on a fourth studio album. Boasting a grittier style of music than previous releases, the self-titled/self-produced disc appeared in October 2007, debuting at number four on the Billboard Top 200 and spinning off the radio single “Almost Easy.” The record also fared well in England, where three songs cracked the Top Five of the U.K. rock charts, and Avenged Sevenfold helped support the release by performing North America on the Taste of Chaos tour. released in September 2008, the CD/DVD package Live in the LBC and Diamonds in the Rough captured the lineup while a tour stop in Long Beach.

After the untimely death of drummer “Rev” Avenged Sevenfold took some much needed time off from the industry to re-assess where the band’s future was going. Recent rumors have indicated new music and tours to come though, so check back often.


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23 Comments »

  1. Comment by jeremy hurst

    dude dont say anything about the drummer im sure they miss him more than any of yall you dont even know him personally they do so just stop

  2. Comment by jeremy hurst

    i can sweep pick and i love playing the afterlife solo i can only play the sweep picking parts but im getting there but i cant make it sound anywhere as good as synyster i think ure freaking awesome and im coming to see you in knoxville tennessee i cant wait and ure guitar is so awesome i want one but im broke sadly and i want the singers glasses lol

  3. Comment by christina

    i love avenge sevenfold i want to go to there concert i have never been to one

  4. Comment by borntorockit

    please come to new zealand

  5. Comment by Tara

    I saw A7X yesterday at the Carolina Rebellion concert. With 17 other popular rock bands performing they were still easily the best and hardest rockin’ band. The concert lasted from 11am until midnight, A7X closed the show and of the 30,000 people in attendance, more than half stayed until the end just to see them. I am now looking for tour dates and tickets in and around NC, i’m DYING to see them again. I love A7X!!

  6. Comment by karly

    When will they be in California :D ??? Ik it will be next year but it will be worth the wait

  7. Comment by brianna

    PLESE COME TO PENNSYLVANIA!!!!!! I HAVE WANTED TO SEE U FOR SOOO LONG!!!!!

  8. Comment by jason

    theres no band like this one they help me get past the hard times in life also god im glad you created these magnifecent people

  9. Comment by jrae68

    welcome to the family tour in lubbock was fucking awesome! the sound couldn't have been any better. bass was hitting hard and everything else sounded clear as hell. great job at the lubbock venue.

  10. Comment by lauren

    please come to either north carolina or georgia! we need you! were having withdrawal symptoms! were starting to like pop…..which i find kinda nasty…………and the fact that you guys are fucking amazing

  11. Comment by Taylor

    Come to Ohio!!!! :D

  12. Comment by COME TO ALBERTA

    Seriously? one canda tour date? your gonna make me travel halfway across the country to see you guys? =S

  13. Comment by Gabby

    I love Avenged Sevenfold! They're like in my top two favorite bands:)
    I want to see you live, but dunno when cause I'm only 15 ><

  14. Comment by metalchick

    please come to long beach!!!! i want to see you guys live with your new drummer!!!

  15. Comment by rose

    come to alabama the red necks nead you here

  16. Comment by Gan Ning

    please come back to baltimore, MD

  17. Comment by ANGIE

    Such talent…it's hard to describe with words. I first introduced Avenged Sevenfold to my husband, then to my 13 year-old daughter. It is difficult to find a lead singer with more vocal range, guitarists who can play the hell out of any song…Avenged Sevenfold will be around for a long while. I would be unbelievably happy to see them play in Birmingham, Alabama or Atlanta, Georgia so I can take the family to experience their magic.

  18. Comment by jose

    you guys are the best of the hole wide world and u r not easy to copy.

  19. Comment by Yohanes Yuka

    A7X always my inpiration. . .

  20. Comment by jamie

    please come to dallas texas!!!!! i love A7X!!! Syn, ur my favorite!!!!!!!!

  21. Comment by Matt Gibson

    Ive been listening to them for 8 years seen them recently for the “Nightmare After Christmas Tour”. They absolutly destroyed it, Ive seen over 15 rock band in concert from Slipknot to Motley Crue. Avenged Sevenfold is by far the best, With M.shadows amazing vocals to Synester Gates’s insane guitar abilitys, Avenged Sevenfold is by far the only true “rock band” left, thats why “Nightmare” beat out Eminem for No.1 album

  22. Comment by courtney

    avenged sevenfold needs to come down to tennessee again!!of course theyll never b the same without James "The Rev" Sullivan R.I.P bt he will always b in the hearts of every avenged sevenfold fan!they're truly my favorite band<3 im tired of freakin country 24-7 so pplleeaassee hhuurryy!

  23. Comment by Lesia Mayson

    Why are a7x not coming to Georgia?

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