Awesome, but I still like Slipknot more. :)
this album is completely in memory of Jimmy "the REV" sullivan the main one for The Rev is 'so far away' in which when i am watching the music video i break out in tears and listen to the end if 'the danger line' i find is to go to jimmys famly like its his dying words, and fiction is the band's good-bye to jimmy. RIP jimmy no one will ever replase you as my fave drummer and may you continue to rock in heaven.
This is a bone chilling album. That's the perfect way to describe it. I am proud of Avenged Sevenfold for getting back up on their feet after the loss of their beloved drummer Jimmy Sullivan passed away. I feel truly connected to this band, I can't explain how important they are in my life. Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan is a legend, and he is my hero, and foREVer will be. His death caused a great pain in my heart, and when I listen to "So Far Away" and "Fiction" I feel close to tears. (I mostly cry when I hear his voice, anyway). This is how we can all say goodbye to him, so listen to this album and enjoy what M.Shadows, Synyster Gates, Zacky Vengeance, and Johny Christ created to say goodbye.
R.I.P Jimmy. I love you.
It's still using the WINNING formula of CITY OF EVIL; If you're a fan of AFI, you will love what NIGHTMARE has in store. It's not as convoluted as their S/T release which yielded the best song and hit, "Almost Easy", which I thought the PATTERN of the song and hit of "Almost Easy" had better put to good use on NIGHTMARE and it does with the title track and "Welcome to the Family" also works as another potential hit in the making. Give NIGHTMARE a listen!
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