AVENGED SEVENFOLD To Film Long Beach Concert For Upcoming DVD
AVENGED SEVENFOLD will film its April 10 concert at the Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California on the current Taste of Chaos tour for a live CD/DVD package the band expects to make available by Christmas. Singer M. Shadows recently told The Pulse of Radio that the combined audio-video package will also include some of the band's B-sides. In addition, the group will be utilizing the live footage shot at the Long Beach concert to put together a video for the song "Dear God".
The Taste of Chaos tour also includes BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE and ATREYU, and others. The tour will continue until April 15, when it wraps up in Seattle.
AVENGED SEVENFOLD recently made a previously unreleased track called "Crossroads" available for downloading to fans who bought the CD/MVI version of the new CD. The song is one of 20 that the group recorded before whittling down the album's final track list to 10.
Fans who bought and registered the MVI version of the disc can enter the group's Fan Access Network (F.A.N.), a free fan club offering pre-sale tickets, never-before-seen videos and exclusive music like "Crossroads".
The band will issue more exclusive content through the F.A.N. later in the year.
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