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Avenged Sevenfold Buried Alive Tour

Avenged Sevenfold kicked off their Buried Alive Tour recently at the Germain Arena in Estero Florida. With support from Black Veil Brides, Asking Alexandria, and Hollywood Undead, this show was a hard rock night to remember! With a massive stage set and loaded with their signature pyro explosions, Avenged played an in your face set with nonstop energy. Kicking off the night with their megahit Nightmare, the band blasted through a set list including Welcome To The Family, A Little Piece Of Heaven, Unholy Confessions, and fan favorite Bat Country. The bands intense guitar solos were out of this world, being played with perfection every time. M Shadows vocals with his signature rasp made it feel just like you were listening to their CD. They ended the night playing Save Me amid a shower of sparks and 20 foot flames. While Avenged’s popularity continues to grown exponentially, and the venues they play get bigger and bigger, the band still puts on a show so great that you feel like they are playing it just for you! Read the rest of this entry

World War 3 Tour w/ Hollywood Undead

Hollywood Undead continued their very busy 2011 by headlining the World War 3 Tour along with Asking Alexandria, Borgore, We Came As Romans, and DRUGS. This lineup was jam packed, with a band for fans of every music style.  At one of the last stops in Tampa FL, Hollywood Undead played a high energy set loaded with cyro explosions and an impressive lighting system. The band played fan favorites like “Undead” and “Everywhere I Go” along with material from their more recent albums. While they only wore their signature masks for a few songs, that didn’t bring down the energy level at all. Fans were eating it up, chanting “HOLLYWOOD” in between every song. The band played 15 songs, almost an hour and a half of constant jumping and singing along from the crowd. Ending with “Hear Me Now,” Hollywood made it clear that they are not going anywhere, they will be having just as much fun on the road for years to come! Read the rest of this entry