Hail To The King  - Avenged Sevenfold

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Avenged Sevenfold - Hail To The King Produced by Mike Elizondo, "Hail To The King" is Aveged Sevenfold's sixth album and is the follow up to the band's 2010 release.
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Produced by Mike Elizondo, "Hail To The King" is Aveged Sevenfold's sixth album and is the follow up to the band's 2010 release.

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. Shepherd of Fire
  2. Hail to the King
  3. Doing Time
  4. This Means War
  5. Requiem
  6. Crimson Day
  7. Heretic
  8. Coming Home
  9. Planets
  10. Acid Rain
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Amazing

Liamzl on 23.08.2013

Brilliant album, catchy, rockin' and a good direction for the band

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thank god for a7x

c6h1202 on 23.08.2013

I was scared that being the first whole album without rhe rev it would suffer, I like how they payed respect to the rev and didnt put insane drum solos into this album, it sounded layered, but they pulled it off, not as good as self titled or nightmare, but definitely getting up there and over all it was simpler technically than other album but blew minds

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Perfection

Marty Smith on 24.08.2013

This album is simply brilliant

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