Avenged Sevenfold Cancel Tour To Record New Album
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Huntington Beach, CA quintet Avenged Sevenfold have announced cancellation of tour dates. The band will not be playing scheduled UK fall dates, and have postponed plans for a winter U.S. tour in favor of entering the recording studio.
Avenged Sevenfold hopes fans will not be let down, but rather will look forward to seeing them back on the road with new songs to share. The band have been writing songs for their forthcoming album, and are eager to work on a forthcoming album.
Singer M. Shadows explains the band's decision, "We love our loyal fans and want to continue giving them the freshest, most awesome show and material possible. We've been playing songs from City of Evil around the world for 15 months and now feel it's time to bring them something new. We're honored by the growing audiences wanting to see our show, but feel an obligation to our fans to always give them the best we have to offer. We've started writing and can't wait for our fans to hear what we're working on."
Avenged Sevenfold have spent the last year touring non-stop behind City of Evil, which also spawned the adrenalized hits "Bat Country" and "Beast and the Harlot." They completed a spring U.S. arena tour and several European dates with personal heroes Guns N' Roses and Metallica. M. Shadows currently graces the cover of Revolver Magazine alongside James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich of Metallica. The band most recently finished up a run as a mainstage headliner on Ozzfest.
Cancelled A7X tour dates:
10/21 Manchester - Apollo
10/22 Newcastle - Carling Academy
10/23 Glasgow - Barrowland
10/25 Wolverhampton - The Civic Hall
10/26 Brixtom - Carling Academy
10/27 Cardiff - Cardiff University
10/29 Norwich - Norwich U.E.A.
10/30 Southampton - Southampton Guildhall
10/31 Nottingham - Rock City
11/2 Leeds - Leeds University Union
11/3 Dublin - Ambassador Theatre
Source: Plug In Music
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