The man was sat on the arm chair, holding his head in his hands. He didn't know what to do, or if he could indeed do anything. All he knew was that it would be better for everyone, and himself, if he just kept his mouth shut.
"I'm so sorry. So fucking sorry…" He trailed off, then suddenly thought back to the moment his band mate, his best friend, had shouted at him, sneering that he never wanted to see him again, and his whole being just suddenly dissolved into heart wrenching sobs.
Intro: I've been with the boys for three years now. I can really say that I'm happy to be here, and I'm sure they are too.
Especially Brian, I really don't call him syn anymore. He's like my father now. We are just a big happy family now. That's what
Johnny said. Zacky still creeps me out a little, He always has. But I still love him. And when we play together, he say's we
sound better together than Him and Brian. But I think he says that just to make me feel good. Then theres Matt. To me he is
“- go down,” I heard laughter.
“What?” My voice echoed off the steel walls as I sat bolt upright in my uncomfortable bed.
“- world go down,” that same voice. It was starting to sound louder, as if the owner of the voice was getting closer to me. A shiver ran down my spine.
“Where am I? What’s going on? Please tell me!” I was starting to panic as my chest seized up, and my breathing quickened.
“Shh, it’s ok,” a whisper wrapped around me and I instantly relaxed. I yawned.
The Rev "Seized The Day" to conquer the "City of Evil" in "Bat Country" and forced the "Beast and the Harlot" to "Scream" their "Unholy Confessions". He left them "Trashed and Scatered" and "Blinded In Chains" with the "Strenght of the World". "A Little Piece of Heaven" in his "Afterlife", now he is "M.I.A" an his "Nightmare" has come to pass. R.I.P. Jimmy "The Rev" Sillvan, you're gone but NEVER frogotten...
I pledge allengence to the Death Bat, of the City of Evil, and to the music we love, one nation under Avenged. With Gates, Shadows, Plague, Christ and Vengeance for all....
Life for me ain't been no Avenged Sevenfold concert
Its had broken instruments and stage lights
And no excited fans,
And no positive energy,
And too much negative energy and sadness-
But all the time.
I've been jumping,
And screaming in excitement,
And sometimes dancing and singing along
Where the band and crowd lost energy
So don't you give up hope.
Don't you stop playing
'Cause you find that you can't play without him.
1. Your walls are covered "Avenged Sevenfold" posters and items.
2. You say the last ten concerts they did, despite their location.
3. You follow their tour bus.
4. You find yourself in a situation like that of their song: "A Little Piece of Heaven".
5. You lost your contact, and it's somewhere near your Avenged Sevenfold posters, and Avenged Sevenfold CDs.
6. There's a guy at the door and he knows you stole the new Avenged Sevenfold album.
7. Not even M Shadows can beat you when it comes to remembering lyrics to their songs.
And so has passed the drummer of Avenged Sevenfold. The Rev. Though it was awhile ago, I still find myself a little broken inside. No I didn't know him personally but he always seemed to be a good guy and was really funny in the "All Excess" documentary and the rest of the band really seemed to live him. Despite what cruelity that was forced on the band, they're still going. It takes the strength of all of them, espically with all that they've been through to keep it up but the sheer horror of it is saddening.
In what will be his first true solo album, rock icon Slash announced today his CD, SLASH, will release in April 2010. The album features an all-star roster of guest musicians including Ian Astbury, Chris Cornell, Rocco DeLuca, Fergie, Dave Grohl, Myles Kennedy, Kid Rock, Lemmy Kilmeister, Adam Levine of Maroon 5, Duff McKagan, M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold, Ozzy Osbourne, Iggy Pop, and Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother.
M Shadows is featured on the 11th track of the album, called "Nothing To Say". You can pick up the album everywhere on April 6th, and preview 30 second clips from...
Ok, I have an idea of what I think on this topic, but i would like to get dome feedback on others out there who love A7X just as much as I do.
Throughout their carrer as a band, Avenged Sevenfold has changed their style as each album goes by and yet they still manage to stay true to the meaning of their band. Many, as it seems to me, have a hard time trying to figure that meaning out though it seems. Let's help out those people.
Sounding the Seventh Trumpet kicked off with To "The End of Rapture", a fast kickass in your face song, followed by many other hardcore punk driven...