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AVENGED SEVENFOLD AT IRON MAIDEN SHOWS PLUS NEW SINGLE ‘DEAR GOD’ 7th JULY

by on Jun.19, 2008, under Metal Music News

Avenged sevenfold metal bandAvenged Sevenfold are appearing as special guests of Iron Maiden at many of their shows across mainland Europe and Scandinavia this summer. The sole UK date is at Twickenham Stadium on July 5th. The band will return to these shores to play on the main stage at the Leeds and Reading festivals on August 22nd and 24th respectively, where Metallica headline a bill that also includes Slipknot and Tenacious D.

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Avenged sevenfold dear god singeProduced by the band with Andy Wallace (System of a Down, Linkin Park) on mixing duties, Avenged Sevenfold’s current self-titled album continues their burgeoning reputation as one of the most exciting bands on the contemporary metal scene. The result is an uncompromising collection laden with heavy riffage, fluid leads, battering rhythms and insistent hooks. Highlights of the set include the first single ‘Almost Easy’ and the vehement opening track ‘Critical Acclaim’ as well as ‘Dear God’.

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Avenged Sevenfold will issue the single ‘Dear God’ with ‘A Little Piece of Heaven’ as a limited edition single on July 14th to coincide with this summer’s festival dates and Twickenham Stadium show as support to Iron Maiden.

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Available as a limited edition CD single and on digital download formats, ‘Dear God’ adds a dark country tinge to the band’s patented attack. The CD also features an alternate version of album favourite ‘Afterlife’ that’s also included on the iTunes DMD along with ‘Crossroads’. The 7 Digital DMD will feature ‘Dear God’ supplemented by a live track (title TBC) and the single will also be available as a one-track DMD.

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To hear the single ‘DEAR GOD’  you can stream it by clicking HERE


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