The crowd hung on every line, and the band returned their devotion with precision.Frontman M. Shadows would often extend his microphone so the chorus of those singing in the crowd would fill the room, and in those moments the night became something special. In those moments all doubt rock and roll was anything less than the most powerful force on the planet were wiped from the mind. When everyone was singing along it didn’t matter who you were, where you were from, or what brought you there that night. The only thing that mattered in those moments was the music, and to feel the combined energy of ten-thousand people connected with the same piece of art was something not one person in attendance will ever forget.
Long live rock and roll. Long live Avenged Sevenfold