Bloginity Reviews "Nightmare," Then Calls Out Keith Caulfield. - Avenged Sevenfold

Bloginity Reviews "Nightmare," Then Calls Out Keith Caulfield.

Bloginity have reviewed Avenged Sevenfold’s “Nightmare” which can be read here. After calling the band “one of today’s best rock bands” they take the time to call out Keith Caulfield.

Though Nightmare isn’t the 70-minute shredfest that some fans might have wanted, it is the band’s best offering to date. It features hard-hitting riffs, deep lyrics, wailing solos, skilled acoustic picking, and seemingly infinite replay value. Avenged Sevenfold was pushed to the edge of circumstance, but instead of folding, produce a masterpiece. Rather than wallowing in self-pity, though, Nightmare serves as a tribute to The Rev and doesn’t find the band getting too caught up in sorrow to produce anything worthwhile. In fact, it’s quite the opposite — Avenged Sevenfold channeled the whirlwind of emotions surrounding The Rev’s death and created an album that is wide-ranging, theatrical, intense and unforgettable. But it’s not just the circumstances that make this album legendary — it’s a masterpiece in its own right. If you don’t pick up this album, you will be missing out on one of today’s best rock bands in its indisputable prime.