AVENGED SEVENFOLD Members Guest On New GOOD CHARLOTTE Single

AVENGED SEVENFOLD's M. Shadows and Synyster Gates have collaborated with GOOD CHARLOTTE on "The River", the first single from GOOD CHARLOTTE's upcoming fourth studio album, "Good Morning Revival".

"We've been friends with AVENGED for a long time. This wasn't planned, but it ended up working out," GOOD CHARLOTTE singer Joel Madden said in a statement. "We were sitting around listening to some new music and they liked that song so we asked them to jump on. It felt right and sounded really cool. Aside from being friends of ours, we're also fans of their music and since this is our first collaboration, we couldn't be happier that they're a part of our record."

M. Shadows and Synyster Gates appear in the video for "The River", which was shot last week in Los Angeles with director Marc Webb.

"Good Morning Revival" is slated for a March 20 release via Epic Records.

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