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Avenged Sevenfold Hit Studio To Record Follow-Up To Nightmare
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 Monday, December 24, 2012

Avenged Sevenfold says that they plan to enter the studio next month to begin recording the follow-up to 2010's Nightmare.

"This album's a little more groove orientated," frontman M. Shadows told NME. "There's a little bit more groove to it, a little bit more focused on bigger riffs. So that's where it's headed - every song has gotta have a huge riff and every song has to have a groove to it."

The California metallers have also written a new song called "Carry On," which appears on Call Of Duty Black Ops II. The band is featured performing the song as digital characters during the end credits of the game.

Avenged Sevenfold released their debut Sounding The Seventh Trumpet in 2001, followed by 2003's Waking The Fallen, 2004's City Of Evil, and their 2007 eponymous album.

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