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Avenged Sevenfold

Sounding the Seventh Trumpet

Hopeless 660.2

Released on March 19, 2002


Self-described as "heavy fucking metal," Avenged Sevenfold are the newest addition to the Hopeless Records family and will be releasing their full length Sounding the Seventh Trumpet on March 19, 2002. The record was released previously on Good Life Records in Europe and has already received rave reviews. The 13 tracks of Sounding The Seventh Trumpet encompass an immense latitude of sounds and influences, garnering comparisons that are rarely listed in the same sentence together - from Queen, Guns 'N' Roses, NOFX, Slayer and Bad Religion

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 35 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 To End The Rapture  4%
2 Turn The Other Way  9%
3 Darkness Surrounding Voted #1  20%
4 The Art Of Subconscious Illusion  9%
5 We Come Out At Night  8%
6 Lips Of Deceit  8%
7 Warmness On The Soul Voted #2  12%
8 An Epic Of Time Wasted Voted #3  10%
9 Breaking Their Hold  3%
10 Forgotten Faces  2%
11 Thick and Thin  4%
12 Streets  6%
13 Shattered By Broken Dreams  5%
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Jarret from Ypsilanti, MI 
Oct 13 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is awesome. I like Waking The Fallen and City of Evil better but this cd is truly amazing for a debut album. The songs are good and the screaming is more hardcore in this cd I think. It is definetly worth buying if you're an A7X fan and Warmness on the Soul is one of the best songs they have wriiten over thier 3 CD career.

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Joe from Corpus Christi, TX 
Aug 9 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is good. Probably their best. They are most metal on this album, and that is what intially drawed me to them. If you're just getting into A7X, which CD you buy really depends on your taste. This CD is mostly metal, their second is more rockish, and I've heard their third is basically all clean vocals. So I reccommend this one, but the final decision is up to you.

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Sara from Durham, NC 
Jan 15 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

ok, this was kindof disapointing cuz i got A7X-waking the fallen first and there was so much more thought that went into that album, in this album there was definitly something missing, mostly i think they hadnt caught their individual sound and were trying to be like so many other bands and they have potential and you really get to see it in waking the fallen. so if you really like A7X, get this for your collection, but if your trying em out, get waking the fallen first. the song warmness on the sould is pretty dissapointing on this album, i expected so much more.

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Nick from Green River, WY 
Jan 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of the best cds i have ever heard in my whole life. its just such a great cd. warnmess on the soul is a great piono song. the druming is incretable. vocals are amazing. and all the guitars are outstanding. buy the cd along with waking the fallen.

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Ryan from Altoona, PA 
Nov 26 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is a great cd. Not as good as Waking the Fallen but still very good. The overall sound of the cd isn't that great but its a must for any A7X fan.

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Carlos from Los Angeles, CA 
Nov 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

well what can i say ive passd on these guys fora while i got a sampler of them a long time ago i but iwasnt into hardcore before now so i passed on it but ive recently have changed my taste in music still this is stuff is soft compared to every time i die, BTBM, norma jean etc but i still like it i actually have waking the fallen also and i dunnoi enjoy this one better its more screaming then singing and it sound awesome waking the fallen has both singing and screaming its good dont get me wrong but i enjoy the screaming stuff better so if you like waking the fallen alot then you might like this one as well but i think get this one first then get waking the fallen and see how much they have changed ever singe seventh trumphet ohhyeah and i agree with all these reviews warmness of the soul skip it and youll be fine seriously skip it i understan he mustve ben in love when he wrote but nha dude we love you shadows but nah man

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Andie from Sonora, CA 
Jul 19 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I got this album after Waking the Fallen and I definitely think WTF is a better album as a whole but this has some strong points (Darkness Surrounding) but this album also has some definite weaknesses (Warmness on the Soul *cringe*).

I give this album 4 stars only because "Warmness on the Soul" makes my ears bleed.

If you are just getting in to A7X, Waking the Fallen is the album you're going to want to get. Get this one if you're already into them.

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Josh from Avon, CO 
Jun 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

good first effort, i think waking the fallen is better though. dark lyrics and metal riffs like no other (save maybe killswitch engage or slayer). buy this and waking the fallen.

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Todd from Biddeford, ME 
May 27 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I got this album after I bought Waking the Fallen. This album is not nearly as good. There are some really good songs, but there are also a few terrible songs. Warmness on the Soul may be the worst song I have ever heard. Don't get me wrong, i love cheesy metal balads as much as the next guy, but this song goes way beyond cheesy. The first time I listened to the song I cringed. Just plain bad. Take that song out and I give the album 3 stars. With the song, the album drops down to 2 stars.

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Paul from Beaumont, TX 
Apr 8 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

avenged sevenfold is one of my favorite bands. these guys are so talented it's just crazy. sure, they're nothing compared to joe pesci, but who is? this album isnt as good as waking the fallen, but what is? i still give it 5 stars, though. good luck on warner records.

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