Avenged Sevenfold songs Planets, Requiem, Shepherd of Fire by Shadows - Dimebag almost in Megadeth





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Published on Jul 13, 2013

M. Shadows talks New Avenged Sevenfold songs Planets, Requiem and Shepherd of Fire from new album Hail To The King! -- Dimebag Darrell almost joined Megadeth says Vinnie Paul! -- Alice Cooper new covers album in the works -- New Warbringer update from the studio!

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AVENGED SEVENFOLD vocalist M. Shadows had a chat with U.K.'s Kerrang! magazine about three new songs that will appear on their new album "Hail To The King", out on August 27.

New Avenged Sevenfold Song titles from new album Hail to the King so far:

Shepherd of Fire
Acid Rain

Shepherd Of Fire"

M. Shadows: "This is the very first song. If you just listen to the music, it feels you've been taken down to Hell. From the riffs, to the bells ringing, to the horns, to the drumbeat, it feels like you've been dragged down. It's very like [THE ROLLING STONES'] 'Sympathy For The Devil', in that there's a silver-tongued Devil speaking to you. He's not all about fire and brimstone; he's luring you down and telling you he can make your life better than the guy above. There's a temptation vibe to it, with pure chaos going on behind it."


M. Shadows: "We wanted to make an evil requiem instead of all those ones about, 'Oh Lord, save me.' This one is about the dark lord coming to save you and resurrecting Hell to do it. It's a crazy, out-of-control piece of music with orchestras, strings and all sorts of madness. Then there are other experiences on the album — I take stuff that happens down at our local, Johnny's Bar, and I blow it out of proportion to make a song out of it."


M. Shadows: "This song is an intergalactic Darth Vader-type thing — it's like the Imperial March with horns and a pure metal attack. There's another song called 'Acid Rain', which follows on from 'Planets'. It's the love story of what happens after the planets collide and you get cast into space with your loved one to die. So there are a bunch of dark, crazy stories that are really all over the place, but which are definitely metal."

Sources: Blabbermouth and Kerrang Magazine UK

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