Considering how rock/metal artists and their awards categories have been treated in recent history during GRAMMY telecasts, you’d think we would be used to being treated like the proverbial red-headed stepchild by now. However, the 60th GRAMMY Awards telecast has taken things another major step further.
Avenged Sevenfold rocked Nashville this past Friday (January 12), and despite Music City battling some harsh winter weather, the band managed to heat up Bridgestone Arena with a little help from a good friend.
It’s been a big year for Avenged Sevenfold, and they’re going out with a band with the deluxe release of their latest studio album The Stage, the acoustic live album Live At The GRAMMY Museum and the band’s very first GRAMMY nomination.
Haven't been accumulating those Avenged Sevenfold bonus tracks the group has been releasing this year? Not to worry; They'll all be available soon as part of an expanded, deluxe edition of the group's latest album, The Stage.
After spending this past summer on the road with Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold have unveiled a list of headlining tour dates for 2018, and they’re bringing Breaking Benjamin and Bullet For My Valentine out for the ride.
Avenged Sevenfold is turning down the volume next month for what the group calls a "special, never-before-seen acoustic performance" which will take place Oct. 19 at Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. Prior to the performance, the band will offer "an intimate conversation about our career."
Avenged Sevenfold has released a cover of Mr. Bungle's "Retrovertigo" as part of the continuing "expansion" of its 2016 album, "The Stage." The track, released digitally, is one of six covers the group made during sessions for "the Stage" that are being released over the course of this year; It follows last month's issue of…
Members of Slipknot, Stone Sour, Avenged Sevenfold and other bands are mourning the death of Dave "Big Shirt" Nicholls, a front-of-house sound engineer who's achieved somewhat legendary status among both musicians and fans.
While fans who have tickets to tonight’s Metallica gig at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field might be bummed Avenged Sevenfold won’t be on the bill, the band certainly has a good reason for backing out.
Disturbed has added its voice in reaction to the tragedy on Monday (February 20) in Stuttgart, Germany, where a local stagehand was killed when another crew member accidentally fell from the rigging above while tearing down Avenged Sevenfold's stage set.
The Avenged Sevenfold family suffered a tragic loss on Monday night (February 20) in Stuttgart, Germany, when one of its crew members was seriously injured and a local stagehand identified only as Marvin P. was killed while tearing down the band's stage.