Avenged Sevenfold - Avenged Sevenfold

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Release date: 30 October 2007
Style: Heavy metal, Alternative metal


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01. Critical Acclaim
02. Almost Easy
03. Scream
04. Afterlife
05. Gunslinger
06. Unbound (The Wild Ride)
07. Brompton Cocktail
08. Lost
09. A Little Piece Of Heaven
10. Dear God

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This album came to bring even more popularity to this band, and is, in my opinion, their best album so far. "Self-Titled" I guess because it pretty much defines the band, and all their unique music. We can call them a metalcore band with some heavy metal influences, that are more visible in this album. Many people can say they're kind of "emo" nowadays because of their devoted fans, but as far as I'm concerned they are more than that and, above all, great professionals.

published 29.06.2009 | Comments (25)

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06.05.2011 - 07:15
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Not best, but damn good
16.09.2011 - 18:29
Rating: 10
Delicious album! A Little Piece of Heaven was my favorite song for a long, long time followed directly by Lost.
Woah!? I'm a female? No way! You're far too observant. Tone that down a bit.
03.11.2011 - 04:18
Rating: 8
I thought this album was a great comeback to city of evil.
02.06.2013 - 17:35
Rating: 10
The Eternal
So, i think this is much better than other albums, b'cause if once, you listen to afterlife, or almost easy,you will taste what i talkin' about.
04.10.2013 - 23:04
Rating: 6
Honestly, I don't think this album is bad as people say it is-but then again, I can kind of understand the reasons as to why people would hate this album. I mean, as the album's first track suggests, what A7X were obviously aiming for with this album was "Critical Acclaim", and whilst they didn't quite achieve that, some songs on here really prove surprises. There's 'Almost easy', which virtually eclipses the rather average 'Critical acclaim' with its catchy structure and well-executed instrumentation, then there's the epic 'A little piece of heaven' and 'Afterlife' is beautifully melodic. However, those three songs seem to me to be the only truly decent songs of the album, with the remaining seven proving lacklustre at best. It's perhaps over-shadowed by the career-defining 'City of evil', but it could have been much better.
16.03.2015 - 17:59
Rating: 8
I am not into this style but this was an enjoyable album.. Afterlife and Almost Easy are the best songs imo..
Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!

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