The Grammy Museum will welcome AVENGED SEVENFOLD to the Clive Davis Theater at L.A. Live in Los Angeles on October 19 for an intimate conversation about the band's career, followed by a special, never-before-seen acoustic performance. A very limited amount of tickets go on sale to the public tomorrow, September 28 at 12 noon PT.AVENGED SEVENFOLD's latest album, "The Stage", was released last October with almost no promotion beforehand. Even though debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 — and No. 1 on the Top Rock Albums, Top Hard Rock Albums and Top Alternative Albums charts — the band has since acknowledged that the unconventional rollout has made for something of a struggle ever since. AVENGED SEVENFOLD frontman M. Shadows recently confirmed to the Razor 94.7 radio station that the band will embark on a full North American headlining tour in January and February 2018. The trek, which will be announced later this fall, was originally "supposed to happen this summer until we got that call from METALLICA, so we decided to put it on hold," the singer explained.
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