Espy Rock Glasgow Review, "A7X Cemented Their Place Back In Glasgow History!" - Avenged Sevenfold

Espy Rock Glasgow Review, "A7X Cemented Their Place Back In Glasgow History!"

Espy Rock have put up their review of Avenged Sevenfold’s show in Glasgow. You can read the entire thing here.

Not to be outdone, Avenged Sevenfold brought even more to the table! With a full stage set-up of a cemetery, the band opened with a haunting rendition of new album opener and title ‘Nightmare’. After playing half a set with varied results from ‘Critical Acclaim’ to ‘Buried Alive’ the backing changed completely to a huge picture of fallen drummer Jimmy ‘The Rev’ Sullivan. The band then went on to play ‘So Far Away’ in “Jimmy’s favourite country” and the crowd possibly sung the loudest I have ever heard a crowd sing for one song, followed by the chant of “Jimmy” you could tell it meant a lot to the band. The band did play an amazing set but I felt there were a few songs missing that left me a little disappointed, mainly ‘Seize The Day’ (although that may have reduced me to tears after ‘So Far Away’ and ‘Afterlife’) and ‘Bat Country’. Overall though, Avenged Sevenfold cemented their place back in my heart and back in Glasgow history!

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