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The band's current lineup consists of lead vocalist M.
Shadows, rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Zacky Vengeance, lead guitarist and backing vocalist Synyster Gates, bassist and backing vocalist Johnny Christ, and drummer Brooks Wackerman.
I never deal in absolutes, but right now it's leaning heavily towards 2020." While I'm bummed about no touring for awhile, I'm very happy for their family additions and eventual new music. I'll be ready to roll for the next record."While the band had to cancel their summer tour, they helped fill the musical void by releasing the song "Mad Hatter" for the video game.
With 2019 already stocked full of major releases, Avenged Sevenfold provide us with one of next year's first major album options.
Shortly afterward, Matt Wendt left for college and Justin Meacham, the previous bassist of Suburban Legends joined Avenged Sevenfold.
In late 2000, the foursome took on their initial stage names and recorded their debut album, Sounding the Seventh Trumpet.
The Stage is their first conceptual album and it marked another stylistic change for the band, moving towards the progressive metal sound.
To date, Avenged Sevenfold has released seven studio albums, one live album/DVD, two compilation albums and eighteen singles and have sold over 8 million albums worldwide.
In 2011 drummer Arin Ilejay joined the band on tours and recording.In early 2001, lead guitarist and old friend Synyster Gates joined the band and they re-recorded the introductory track "To End the Rapture" for the album's lead-single/EP, Warmness on the Soul, released in April.Although their debut album was initially planned for a late April release, it was pushed back multiple times and eventually released in June or July 2001 on Good Life Recordings.However, Avenged Sevenfold's style had evolved by the band's third album and first major label release, City of Evil, into a heavy metal and hard rock style.The band continued to explore new sounds with its self-titled release and enjoyed continued mainstream success before their drummer, James "The Rev" Sullivan, died in 2009.