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NoiseCreep: Avenged Sevenfold Triumph At Southern California Stop On Uproar.
October 12, 2011, 8:44 am
Filed under: Avenged Sevenfold, News, Reviews

Chris Epting has published his review of Avenged Sevenfold’s set on the Rockstar Uproar tour in San Diego, CA.

Following powerful main stage sets by Three Days Grace, Seether, Bullet For My Valentine and Escape The Fate, the near sellout crowd got what it seemed most of them came for – a blistering A7X set that spanned most the group’s entire career.

Kicking off with a fire-and-brimstone version of the title track from their last album, ‘Nightmare,’ the band steamrolled through ‘Chapter Four,’ ‘Welcome to the Family,’ ‘Almost Easy,’ ‘Buried Alive,’ ‘Afterlife,’ ‘M.I.A.,’ ‘God Hates Us,’ ‘A Little
Piece of Heaven,’ ‘Bat Country,’ and the ferocious closer, ‘Unholy Confessions.’ Their massive stage set included their now iconic Death Bat centerpiece, constant flame towers and a state-of-the-art lighting rig.

Lead singer M. Shadows wasted little time on chatter, though he did pause to remember The Rev which seemed to delight the delirious crowd – based on the number of “Sullivan” t-shirts studding the crowd, clearly the fan base has not forgotten the beloved drummer – in fact, his legacy seems more alive than ever.

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=) Love it……I wish they would come to Atlanta again!!

Comment by ashleigh

I agree that his legacy is more alive than ever, even with new fans joining the family daily…

Comment by Morgan

What are these “Sullivan” shirts the reporter speaks of?!?! More importantly WHERE CAN I GET ONE?!?!?!! Did they add new merch or something>

Comment by Anonymous

They are just fan made t-shirts.

Comment by lauren

As long as Avenged Sevenfold is performing he will always be there. foREVer!!

Comment by axemother

fuck yeahhh! one of those REV shirts were mine!
it said foREVer on the back with his number 0

Comment by mksoler@gmail.com




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