AVENGED SEVENFOLD DVD Due In The Spring
AVENGED SEVENFOLD has issued the following update:
"I'm sure you've heard the rumor that an AVENGED SEVENFOLD DVD is in the works and will be released some time this year. Well, I'm here to set the record straight and let you know there IS DEFINITELY going to be an AVENGED SEVENFOLD DVD out THIS SPRING, but we can't say much more other than filming just wrapped here in Huntington Beach and we're super pumped for you to see it. So stay tuned as the weeks go on for all the details and release info."
AVENGED SEVENFOLD frontman M. Shadows recently told MTV.com that the band plans to take its time writing the follow-up to 2005's "City of Evil". While the boys have been working on new material for a couple of months now, Shadows doesn't see the band hitting the studio until at least May. And when AVENGED do, the singer said they'll track the disc without the benefit of a seasoned producer. "We're 90 percent sure we're going to produce it ourselves," said Shadows, who recently helped produce THE CONFESSION's new LP. "We want to do it ourselves because we know what we want." He said fans can expect the album's tracks to be bigger and longer, and added that he hopes to have the disc out by the fall.
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