Groundbreakers: City of Evil turns 10

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The end of days has come, dwellers ov the Toilet. Enter at your own risk.

If you’re remotely into metal, you’ve heard of Avenged Sevenfold. Probably accompanying profanities with various degrees of colorful creativity, but you recognize the name all the same. In the last 10 years they’ve become quite the rock stars, and that status has earned them a sizeable amount of hate from a large chunk of the metal community. Be it because of their level of fame, the fact that the member’s real names are so Huntington Beach they chose some incredibly ridiculous stage monikers to compensate, or that they used to look like this:

Avenged.Sevenfold-band-2005

Avenged Sevenfold are one of the most divisive bands in our beloved genre. I, for one, like them, so burn me at the stake of poserdom if you must. But before you do, I suggest you take a few minutes to read about the album that bridged metalcore and hard rock, the record that has unequivocally played a significant role in shaping the last decade’s worth of pop metal. You might even learn something, aside from the thresholds of your own butthurt, of course.

After achieving a decent level of success with their first two albums, Avenged Sevenfold got picked up by Warner and decided to start shifting their sound to be more accessible. See, before they were ripping off late 80s/early 90s metal and hard rock, A7X (yes, people actually call them that) were a pretty straight-up metalcore band, with 2003’s Waking the Fallen considered by many (myself included) to be a staple of the genre as it started to be known in the early 2000s. If wikipedia is to be believed, the members decided to start writing music that was still heavy, but simpler and catchier. The resulting amalgamation of hard rock, metalcore and at times even pop punk is one that sounds strange on paper, but that works when put into practice; album opener “Beast and the Harlot” is the best representation of said combination.

Pounding, groovy beats, twin guitar leads and cheesy choruses make up the first, more to the point half of the album. Just writing that made me think of The Masterlord and Randall Thorr, those guys should love this! Anyway, after the initial barrage, we get treated to a bit of a break in the form of “Seize the Day”, an acoustic ballad that isn’t horrible because it isn’t called “Gunslinger”. This gives way to the second half of the album, that has a much more progressive and experimental twist to it. Every track is over 6:30 minutes in length, and is packed with a lot of things I bet you wouldn’t expect to find: congas on “Sidewinder”, a string section on “The Wicked End” and even gang shouts on “Strength of the World”. Also, the whole album sports a sweet, sweet stringy bass tone that is audible throughout. There really is something here for everyone if you have the patience, because this last part of the record drags on a bit.

At any rate: if I had a dollar for every kid I’ve seen with an Avenged Sevenfold shirt, I’d still have to work, but I’d have a nice, fat security cushion to fall back on. Every current poppy metal band you probably loathe, from Black Veil Brides to Motionless in White to Asking Alexandria, owes a tremendous debt to City of Evil. Sure, it was far from being the first accessible metal album, but at the time it was definitely the most marketable. Avenged Sevenfold proved to the music industry at large that it is possible for a modern metal band to be the next Metallica if you have the songwriting ability and chops to back up a controlled and calculated “bad boy” image. A7X (cringe-barf) left the doors wide open for 21st century radio metal bands, making thousands of impressionable youngsters want to pick up a guitar, a makeup starter kit, and embrace the spirit of 80s glam (only this is DARK mom, you’ll never understand!!!).

Was this a good thing? That’s for you to decide, let me know in the comments. Now excuse me whi-

2007

M. SHADOWS!

-M. SHADOWS


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  • MoshOff

    I am aware that a lot of people might just skip over the article and complain and/or post random crap, so spare me and just listen to some skronk-y grind instead.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9_tZRZOQL0

    • Slit your goats

      SKRONKSKRONKSKRONKSKRONK etc

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1X0Bejwnko

    • great article, my bromosexual! i jammed this album for a while in high school and definitely dug the first half more, in fact i’m gonna listen to it again after i finish K-X-P…

      • The Beargod

        Upvoted for Bromosexual

    • sweetooth0

      Ups on the Crowpath!!

  • I do not mind the music on this album but his voice is so nasally sounding that it makes me want to scream. They are just terrible.

    GL

    • In their defense – the two times I have seen them live (not that I was AT the show to see them) they were spot on. Both performances were very tight.

      GL

  • Scrimm

    Ah jeez

  • Slit your goats

    I can see myself enjoying this if I take my time with it. I might even get over those terrible vocals. Good article MoshOff.

  • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

    Great article. I’m not a A7X fan but this was very well written.

  • ChuggaChuggaDeedleyDoo

    I have to hand it to their guitarists–if there were ever a band that I would have expected the playing level proficiency to remain static, it’s AX7.

    But they definitely grew to be very, very good guitarists since this band first started out, even though they now seem to be much better at covering songs than writing them.

    • MoshOff

      Buuuuuuuuuurn

  • Johnny Christ?? What kind of a walking shit stain thinks it’s cool to give himself a fake tough guy last name?

  • Guacamole Jim

    I’ve seen Avenged live once at a festival, and they put on a stellar show. They’re good musicians and write some catchy tunes – ain’t nothing wrong with that.

    • cosigned! in fact that’d be a cool W think tank idea: bands we don’t like but are totes enjoyable IRL.

      • I can backup this!

      • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

        I love this idea. I have so many possible bands I could choose from!

    • I saw them at Warped Tour like 10 years ago. Watched their entire set because the guitar work is unfuckwithable.

    • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

      Shock you would say that.

    • Actiondonkey

      Best concert experience ever – M. Shadows tells my wife to give me a BJ and 5000 people cheer wildly.

      Long story long, the wifey loves them but I only agreed to go because Ghost was the opening act. We were in the floor and it was sold out; nothing but a human mass of swaying sweaty bodies packed in like sardines. We were about 10ft from the stage and my wife is only 4’10” so she was on my shoulders THE WHOLE DAMN SHOW. Needless to say with all the swaying and pushing my abs/shoulders were screaming for mercy. Then the magic happened. After about 40min into the set, in between songs, M. Shadows points to us in the crowd and asks my wife if I’m her boyfriend. Even though Shadows is one of her ‘celebrity passes’ and she could have easily gotten back stage by denying our relationship, she dumbly replies ‘no, it’s my husband’ and Shadows in turn tells her to give me the best blowjob of my life after the show because I earned it from holding her up all night. The crowd ate it up and started cheering. Suddenly by body didn’t hurt as much anymore and we both still got back stage after the show. I later found out Shadows and half the band were playing with the flu so they weren’t down to party. Still, it was cool to meet them and they were pretty chill and humble guys.

  • Leif Bearikson

    The Rev couldn’t drum to save his life. *GASP*

    • MoshOff

      Apparently he couldn’t 🙁
      Great songwriter though.

    • *pertinent*

      I was driving in a car with A7X on the radio when I got a txt message saying he had died. It was a strange coincidence.

      GL

  • Well said, MoshOff. I haven’t listened to anything after their self-titled, but Waking the Fallen and City of Evil still hold some appeal for me.

  • M Shadows!

    ZOMG M SHADOWS!

  • J.R.

    In my high school it seemed you either liked BFMV or A7X. It was odd.
    Of course BFMV>>>A7X but only because we played them on loop when playing Halo and chillin hard like bros and thus reminds me of (relative) youth.

    • HER TEEEAARRRSSS DON’T FAAAAAAALL, THEY CRASH AROUND ME
      *teabag teabag*

      • J.R.

        I used to think that video was so metal. Really those were my golden years of music. i don’t see myself looking back in the years to come at my relationship with music today like I do now about then (dafuk did I just type?). Probably because I have found where I belong but who knows

        • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

          Teenage angst is a hell of a drug.

        • It’s those formative ones that we’re most fond of.

    • *cough* Trivium’s better

    • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

      Eh, I prefer A7X. I can see BFMV’s appeal, but they never really did anything for me. Also A7X never made Temper Temper. Even the covers album was better than that travesty (Although nothing will be as bad as Dear God)

      • J.R.

        Temper Temper was total flush. My brother swore by it for a while.
        I have Fever tucked around here somewhere but I usually skip songs from it when they show up in my rotation.

        • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

          I never liked BFMV, but at least they usually tried, which they didn’t on Temper Temper. Its like a bunch of Black Veil Brides b-sides, and I hate that band.

          • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

            I saw them on the tour for that album. It was a much better performance than Black Veil Brides who opened for them. I only went because the tickets were free.

          • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

            Probably because BFMV have tolerable material.

          • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

            They were pretty good live. BVB was not. They were touring that stupid concept album they did and it was not good.

          • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

            Thats kind of understandable, because BVB are shite.

  • “Just writing that made me think of The Masterlord and Randall Thorr, those guys should love this!”

    You’ll pay for that, you will.

    • ya burnt, Coral.

    • I was watching this and I was like ‘ayyyy, el malooo, Randall and Masterpants will have tickles’.

      • J.R.

        I was tickled by “ayyyy el malooo”.

    • Maybe it’s time we return to our power metal warrior days

      • Simon “Djentcrusher” Phoenix

        Yeah, you should totally come back and write an article that’s about I don’t know NOT FUCKING GUITAR HERO.

        • I have 3 shows in the next 6 days, I’m about to be in 3 bands, I’ve spent the last month memorizing 3 different sets for 3 different groups, and I’m working an extra 1-3 hours a day to earn more vacation days so I can attend festivals this year.

          Guitar Hero is something I’m intimate with (for better or worse) and was able to write that in less than an hour. Power Metal 101 articles, on the other hand, take 12+ hours, which is actually more free time than I have in a week.

          • Simon “Djentcrusher” Phoenix

            I know. I’m just giving you shit. Still, another PM article would be nice when you actually have the free time.

          • I want to too, warrior

        • INSTEAD, HOW ABOUT ROCK BAND?

    • Lacertilian

      What’s your cat’s name?

  • Dagon

    Where is our resident troll when needed?

    • Hopefully gone forever. There aren’t enough downvotes in the world for another fucking M. Shadows comment.

    • OldMetalHead

      Surprised there’s nothing from Re-posted Avenged Sevenfold Fan too.

      • The Beargod

        He’s dead, suffered a long and painful death. Hopefully.

        • OldMetalHead

          Yeah. As trolls go, pretty entertaining though.

          • The Beargod

            Two or three good ones. The rest…

  • Dagon

    I don’t know about a7x (hehe) but what I do know is that I have been jamming Anorak, Kyuss & Acid Bath non stop in the car this week.

    • I got Kite String on vinyl. <3

      • Dagon

        I know, holmes

        • Guacamole Jim

          Don’t be nice to him. It just encourages him.

    • nbm02ss

      You scream, I scream, everybody screamed for morphine.

      I love me some Dax Riggs solo stuff, too.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma7xcCDaqfc

  • King Shit of Fuck Mountain

    Fuck no.

  • I admire your courage for putting this out with your name on it.

    • I’m p sure that’s what the doctor said to my mom when I was born.

      • The Beargod

        That’s ’cause you’re a fuckin’ coral.

  • OldMetalHead

    Although “Hail to the King” is pretty forgettable. These guys are definitely talented. They put on a great show too.
    https://youtu.be/VurhzANQ_B0

  • “Pounding, groovy beats, twin guitar leads and cheesy choruses make up the first, more to the point half of the album. Just writing that made me think of The Masterlord and Randall Thorr, those guys should love this!”

    I love all those things, observe them done right

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyW5g9DtuU0

  • Mother Shabubu III

    I remember I bought Nevermore’s “This Godless Endeavor” and this album on the same day. I don’t think I ever got around to listening to “City of Evil” passed like track four because that Nevermore album fucking ruled.

    • TheRedman(formerly God ov All)

      Fucking hell it was goddamn amazing!

      The Nevermore album that is.

      • The Beargod

        Yeah, amazing how little of worth such skilled musicians out together can make.
        BURRRNNNNNNN (in the fires of hell, prefereably)

        • Sir Tapir the Based™

          Aren’t you the guy that likes Enter Shikari?

          • The Beargod

            That’s Oli Sykes (Formerly)

          • Sir Tapir the Based™

            No, I remember you liking them.

          • The Beargod

            Yeah, I kinda do. That one song at least.

          • Sir Tapir the Based™

            Yeah, that’s way too much.

          • The Beargod

            That’s pretty much all I’ve heard so it could be more.

        • TheRedman(formerly God ov All)

          Blasphemy! That album was amazing to my mortal ears, but you are of a higher plane oh Beargod in your infinite wisdom. So I will forgive your ignorance.

          • Sir Tapir the Based™

            If Beargod is of a higher plane than you, you’re pretty god damn low.

          • TheRedman(formerly God ov All)

            Wallowing in the muck of a primordial stew sir tapir.

          • Sir Tapir the Based™

            Oh. Then you’re way higher than Beargod.

          • TheRedman(formerly God ov All)

            Oh crap I confused higher and lower again. That explains it.

          • Sir Tapir the Based™

            Only beings below Beargod are nationalists and neo-nazis.

    • That’s like buying a mcdonald’s cheeseburger and a prime rib at the same time

      • Guacamole Jim

        McDonald’s Cheeseburger >>> anything Nevermore has ever produced.

        FIGHT ME

      • Mother Shabubu III

        I used to have this music channel on TV that was basically like a radio station. The minute I heard this song, I was hooked. Being in 10th grade at the time and listening to the dog shit I listened to at the time, I was like “holy shit the dude’s not screaming and this is still heavy as fuck”.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXlD5wjmF6s

        • the noodling in this is great

          • Mother Shabubu III

            The magnitude of riffage on this song and that album is devastating, not to mention the soloing.

    • Guppusmaximus

      I never got into Avenged Sevenfold because from 2000 to 2005 I fell back into the retro Heavy Metal movement that was happening at the time w/ Bands like Nocturnal Rites, Dream Evil, Iced Earth, Demons & Wizards, Lefay,etc…

      • Mother Shabubu III

        I never got into them either. I liked two of the singles from “City of Evil”, but something about them never jived with me.

        • TheRedman(formerly God ov All)

          When it comes to A7X, I don’t like any of their albums, BUT I do like some of their songs. God Hates Us still gets regular rotation on my iPod.

          • Mother Shabubu III

            I KNOW WHY YOUR PRAYERS WILL NEVER BE ANSWERED;

            GOD HATES US ALL!
            GOD HATES US ALL!
            GOD HATES US ALL!

            EDIT: Just realized it was “God Hates Us”, not the Slayer song. Oopsies.

          • TheRedman(formerly God ov All)

            Both good songs. But slayer>>>>>>>>>A7X

        • Guppusmaximus

          Yea, it just seemed like it wasn’t gourmet cheese. Now, “Afterlife” from Nocturnal Rites was my Imported Parmigiana

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDTevpgdOgM

      • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

        I like Demons and Wizards a lot. It’s named after an album from a band I love and they rule.

        • Guppusmaximus

          Yea, that s/t was absolutely awesome. I didn’t like their second release (Crimson King?) as much but it still rocked. What band did they name it after?

          • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

            They named it after King Crimson, specifically In The Court Of The Crimson King.

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      This Godless Endeavor is in my top 10 albums of all time.

  • Stanley

    My Mrs is from Huntington Beach and when we go down to visit her folks, I go running by the condo where the drummer topped himself. What a plonker!

    • British = adorbs

      • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

        He’s Welsh, you intolerant goon.

        • shiiiiiiiiiiiit, if it’s outside of ‘Merica i don’t know one country from another!

          • Stanley

            You’re alright Jimmy. Welsh are British. Welsh are not English!

          • All I know is Americans are Americans. None of this “My family is from blah blah blah”. Fuck you – you are American. Nothing else.

            GL

          • Stanley

            That’s right, GL. Although I really am Welsh and I really am American. What takes precedence? My passport or my nationality, of which I have both.

          • Stanley,

            Apparently I was slightly inebriated when I wrote this comment to you (I actually do not remember writing it at all). I hope you did not take offense by it! For what it is worth – I was speaking in generalities and not talking to you directly. I am sorry.

            GL

          • Stanley

            Ha ha. The post wasn’t written in your usual tone and so I assumed as much. No offense taken at all. You have to try pretty hard to offend a Welsh-American. Or should that be an American-Welsh? lol.

            SL.

          • Lol, you are what you are! Sorry again. I am quite embarrassed.

            GL

          • Stanley

            You do bring up a point that I agree with. Once you move to another country you should adopt all the rules and assimilate as much as possible. I’ve been here for almost 20 years and so I identify more as an American than a Brit. I know a lot more about American pop culture than British for example and I don’t typically follow British politics. But as soon as I open my mouth Americans will hear just another Brit and judge me as such. American friends that I’ve had for 20 years still see me as Welsh and not American. I don’t care either way. I’m just very happy and lucky to be here.

          • Now see this is interesting… I did not know you were not American born. This makes this scenario all the more interesting! lol

            GL

        • Lacertilian

          but Great Britain include Wales, that’s how they compete at sport, right @disqus_tkPTWDpIxX:disqus?
          By poaching from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, South Africa etc.

      • Óðhinn

        Spot on.

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  • I don’t have strong opinions on this band. I listened Waking the Fallen and only Unholy Confessions was the song that stuck with me, and from this record was Beast and the Harlot because Guitar Hero II. It’s just that they aren’t my vibe and I don’t like the M. Shadows vocal style. It’s just taste issues, no worries.

    I still recognize their guitarrist as a good player and they are very good making catchy pop compositions with hard merol sounds.

    Thanks for this writing, moshito!

  • Poseur Diposeur

    I almost wrote a Porcelain Throne about the Zac Brown Band just to troll but now it seems maybe it wouldn’t be such a bad idea…

    • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

      I wrote one about Sly And The Family Stone.

    • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

      Hey, if I got one up for Enter Shikari, you can get one up for Zac Brown Band

      • Poseur Diposeur

        I do really love how this site is both musically diverse and very audience driven. I’ve been bouncing around ideas for something to submit but I have so damn many writing commitments it’s a pain.

        • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

          Amen to that. It is pretty incredible that everything from Taake to Avenged Sevenfold to Kendrick can be featured here.

        • I just love music, as lame as that sounds. I want to talk about it and argue about it and make fun of it. If someone is excited about music and puts together a well written piece about it, I wanna run it.

          • Paris Hilton

            Amen dude. If someone enjoys something and wants to express it then fuck the haters! Petty shit like this is why I don’t say I’m a “metalhead”, despite the fact I listen to metal

  • KJM

    Get off my lawn. NOW.

  • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

    I think I started a revolution. First it was my Porcelain Throne entry on Enter Shikari, now theres a Groundbreakers one on City Of Evil. I am so sor… no I’m not. Its awesome that shit like this is featured.

    • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

      We have a whole lot of different writers with a lot of different interests. We aren’t all going to agree on everything. I imagine most of us dislike A7X, but Moshito made a good argument for them breaking ground, and that’s the entire purpose of this series. If the quality is good, we’re open to running content that goes against the grain.

      • This.

        Moshito was just affirmating that A7X made a huge impact in their genre and helping massify their style using more popular song structures in their record. I mean, a lot of people could discovered merol with their (I know a couple of examples, to be honest…)

        Having a clear view of different perspectives doesn’t hurt and both styles (mainstream and underground) need to learn about each other so that border get thinner and make people to just pick what they want to hear and help the artists to get better recognition (not sales, I’m talking about artistic appreciation). We cannot be like vampires all day long talking shit about others without realizing that there’s still a lot of work to do in the music.

    • KJM
    • gets the comments section blowing up. and of course it’s clickbait for Papa Joe, MAKE IT RAIN!!

      • That’s kinda the thing though – this isn’t clickbait. There’s no gossip or intentionally polarizing opinions at work here. MoshOff wrote a compelling case that Avenged Sevenfold’s influence affected the current state of metal. It seems some folks are incensed that we simply wrote the name “Avenged Sevenfold”. It’s frustrating.

        • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

          They did have an influence on current metal and it does annoy me that people are so enraged about the named Avenged Sevenfold being on this website.

        • i hope you know i was joking!! i’ve been failing at this lately…

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        • more beer

          As much as I hate this band it is still your blog. One article about a band that is hated is much better than every article being about a band you hate. Like some other blogs.

          • Óðhinn

            That’s a good point. If the douche who sings for Avenged Sevenfold ever gets in a Twitter war with Dave Mustaine, Axl will jizz so hard that it just might kill him.

          • more beer

            And drown Vince in the process!

        • Óðhinn

          Don’t think most of it is genuine. The regulars on this website like you, and you actually do cover good music most of the time. I didn’t see any “fuck you Axl” type comments. Plus, discussing Avenged Sevenfold can be like discussing abortion, Israel, or politics…at least for metal fans. Give people an opening to discuss contentious things, and they will.

      • This isn’t clickbait :/

        • Formerly Known As Oli Sykes

          Yes, link is correct. That would be like me writing a Porcelain Throne article on Bring Me rather than Enter Shikari. Despite me genuinely liking them, it would be me intentionally riling people up instead of writing something about a band who (In my opinion at least) are a shining diamond in the sea of turds that is Electronicore.

    • Ahmed Johnson The Reef Eater

      I wrote a Porcelain Throne about a funk band I like. I submitted it but I don’t know when it’s coming up. I also speak about stuff I wish were here of my kind of rock but only JAG has written articles about that kind of classic rock. I’ve been working on a few article ideas but I’m not sure if I’ll finish them.

  • Simon “Djentcrusher” Phoenix

    Zacky Vengeance gets props from me for repping lefty guitarists. Other than that, meh.

    Also, M. Shadows.

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    • Maik Beninton

      I also hate A Times Seven

    • Óðhinn

      Agreed. It’s like an assault with vomit.

  • Guy Dudesman

    I used to rep these guys when Waking The Fallen came out (I was a teenager give me a break) and wasn’t really into City Of Evil when it dropped, it took awhile for me enjoy it. Can’t believe it’s been 10 years though. Wonder when they’ll announce the anniversary tour and play it entirely since that seems to be the hip thing these days.

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  • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

    We aren’t going year by year. This is a series for albums that broke metal ground. Moshoff is arguing Avenged Sevenfold broke ground.

    • Óðhinn

      I see. Well I guess everybody is entitled to their opinion. I respectfully disagree. When you softened your sound to get more fans, we used to call that selling out, and it was a bad thing. 80s hair metal influenced music (sounding like Motley Crue etc.) was going to come back anyway, whether we liked it or not. Selling out by copying an old sound (and not a very good sound) isn’t really groundbreaking in my opinion. If it wasn’t Avenged Sevenfold, I think it would have been Bullet For My Valentine, Trivium or a similar band who did it first.

      If anything, and whether you like them or not, Avenged Sevenfold (along with other bands like Bleeding Through, Eighteen Visions, and Throwdown) broke new ground with their first 2 albums that brought Metalcore (and heavy music) to a young generation of fans by combining the hardcore sounds of bands like Botch with the more melodic metal sounds of bands like At The Gates. I guess that story has already been told though. Anyway, Avenged Sevenfold is not my thing. Beyond their music, I find their politics repulsive too. They are popular though.

      • Dr. W.’s Tentacles

        Not my thing either, homey, but I think Moshoff wrote well. You and I can jam Gojira instead.

        • Óðhinn

          Sounds good. 🙂

  • Óðhinn

    Avenged Sevenfold? Really?

    http://www.reactiongifs.com/r/bFFJysJ.gif

  • Vagengers: Anal Of Urethra

    It was at a Gojira/Behemoth show I actually met my ex-fiance on accident, lol. Still got the shirt and how the fuck Job For A Cowboy were headlining is beyond me. blah blah, told the story on here countless times.

  • InfinityOfThoughts

    ….here it goes: I like Avenged Sevenfold. Even seen them in concert.

    I ask for for your mercy, but I know I’ll see none.