AVENGED SEVENFOLD Guitarist Interviewed On 98.9 THE BEAR (Audio)
AVENGED SEVENFOLD guitarist Zacky Vengeance was recently interviewed on the Ft. Wayne Indiana radio station 98.9 The Bear. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.
After wrapping up their fall dates on the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar festival, AVENGED SEVENFOLD will hit the road for their own headlining "Buried Alive" tour, which launches in Ft. Meyers, Florida on November 23. HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD, ASKING ALEXANDRIA, and BLACK VEIL BRIDES are also on the bill, offering fans an incredible value with four of the hottest bands in rock today. Ticket prices range from $35 to $45, including special family four pack offers in particular markets.
The tour takes its name from "Buried Alive", the fourth single from the Huntington Beach, California rock band's gold album "Nightmare". All three previous singles from "Nightmare" the title track, "Welcome to the Family" and "So Far Away" have peaked at No. 1 on the Active Rock chart. Released worldwide in July 2010, "Nightmare" earned AVENGED SEVENFOLD its highest-ever debut on the Billboard album chart when it bowed at No. 1 and topped Billboard's Rock, Hard Rock, and Digital charts. The title track was the most played song at Media Base Active Rock for 2010.
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