AVENGED SEVENFOLD: 'City Of Evil' Certified Gold

AVENGED SEVENFOLD's Warner Bros. debut, "City of Evil", was certified gold in January 2006 by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) for shipments in excess of 500,000 copies. The group's third album, "City Of Evil" is the follow-up to 2003's "Waking the Fallen", which was issued through Hopeless Records.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD frontman M. Shadows recently said that the band has been offered a slot on this summer's Ozzfest. No acts have been officially confirmed for the festival. An AVENGED SEVENFOLD DVD is also in the works, possibly for release this fall.

As previously reported, AVENGED SEVENFOLD's video for their new single, "Beast and the Harlot" has been posted online at WarnerReprise.com. Check it out: Windows Media (56K, 100K, 300K, 450K), Quicktime.

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