AVENGED SEVENFOLD: New Single To Be Made Available Via iTunes Next Week

The first single from AVENGED SEVENFOLD's new self-titled album, "Almost Easy", will be available for purchase on iTunes on September 18.

In other news, AVENGED SEVENFOLD has posted the fourth webclip from the studio (and seventh overall) documenting the recording process of the group's new, CD. Watch it below.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD will reportedly perform on Spike TV's second annual Scream Awards, which will be taped on October 19 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles and air on Tuesday, October 23. Alice Cooper will be presented with a "Rock Immortal Award" at the event, which focuses on the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres in entertainment.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD recently filmed a video for "Almost Easy". The track comes off the new CD, which arrives on October 30.

The new record will follow up the band's 2005 breakthrough effort, "City of Evil", and marks their first attempt at producing themselves.

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