Evigshed's Nightmare After Christmas Cincinnati, OH Review. - Avenged Sevenfold

Evigshed's Nightmare After Christmas Cincinnati, OH Review.

Evigshed have put up their review of Avenged Sevenfold’s set on the “Nightmare After Christmas” tour in Cincinnati, OH. Check it out here.

Finally, as time passed and the stage crew finished their job, the curtains fell. A man suspended from the rafters and hung over the graveyard scene with the Nightmare album cover behind. Suddenly, the entire crowd screamed, “It’s your fucking nightmare!” Avenged Sevenfold appeared on stage and begun the show with “Nightmare” which brought every person in the audience to their feet. The energy the band brought to the crowd was absolutely unbelievable. Throughout the entire arena, every fist was in the air, singing along. Arin Ilejay was an incredible addition to the family for the duration of the tour. M. Shadows, vocalist, sang “Danger Line” in support of the troops overseas. The conversions between their newest album and their older hits, kept the crowd on their feet and wanting more.

Avenged Sevenfold began to walk off stage after the song “Unholy Confessions,” but were begged for an encore. Sure enough, they returned and a spotlight hung over an organ in remembrance of The Reverend, Jimmy Sullivan. M. Shadows performed “Fiction” which was dedicated to the former drummer. Next, Shadows invited the audience in singing one of their most famous hits and the last song of the night, “A Little Piece of Heaven” which ended the show on a happier, upbeat note. As for the rest of Avenged Sevenfold’s fans, Shadows announced they will be performing once again this year at Rock on the Range.

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