Full Spectrum Rock In Buffalo, "A7X's Stage Production Was Unlike Anything I've Ever Seen." - Avenged Sevenfold

Full Spectrum Rock In Buffalo, "A7X's Stage Production Was Unlike Anything I've Ever Seen."

Full Spectrum Rock have put up their review from Avenged Sevenfold’s stop on the Rockstar Uproar tour in Buffalo, NY.

The set change seemed like it took forever, but was it worth the wait! Avenged Sevenfold’s stage production was unlike anything I’ve ever seen before. The gigantic Death Bat with current drummer Arin Illejay in its mouth. As the rest of the band members made their way on stage, the crowd roared to life with cheers and applause. Shortly after, Avenged Sevenfold broke into their hit song “Nightmare” which further animated the fans. I really admired that they were varying the setlist from show to show on this tour, keeping fans on their toes with one of about four different sets. This particular show had the good fortune of not only hearing this like “Critical Acclaim,” “Welcome to the Family,” and “Afterlife,” but also had the pleasure of witnessing rare performances of “I Won’t See You Tonight Pt I” and “Not Ready to Die” – a new track (the first to feature Arin on drums) that was recorded for the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops earlier this year. Avenged Sevenfold closed out their set with a series of fan favorites: the dark and twisted “A Little Piece of Heaven,” their breakout hit “Bat Country,” and finally the classic “Unholy Confessions.” The set was filled with bursts of fire synchronized to the heavy breakdowns, screaming guitar solos, flawless vocals, and ferocious drum fills. M. Shadows was quite possibly the best I’ve heard, and this was my fifth Avenged Sevenfold concert. There was never a dull moment on stage, and those in attendance showed their support by singing along, throwing up the horns, pulling out the lighters (and cell phones), and opening up the mosh pits. Overall, it was an great performance by a great band.

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