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Following the death of Avenged Sevenfold drummer James “The Reverend” Sullivan in 2009, the band marched on, enlisting the help of Sullivan’s drumming hero, Dream Theater’s Mike Portnoy, for their fifth studio album Nightmare. Luckily, the sound of the band remains unchanged, and as one of the best drummers in the business, Portnoy picks up the reigns and rides the Deathbat's double kick in complete synchronicity with Gates, Christ, and Vengeance. Like their previous outings, the group incorporates a New Wave of British Heavy Metal influence throughout Nightmare while paying tribute to ‘80s hair metal with guitar god appeal; but playing retroactive music doesn’t seem to concern them, as long as they play it more skillfully than their forefathers. The group’s influences may be worn on their sleeves, (check out the chugging Metallica "One" breakdown in “Buried Alive,” or the Queensrÿche-style power-ballad “Victim”), but there is no denying that they have some of the best chops in the metal world. Songs shift from their trademark blistering assault to Black album ballads on a dime; M. Shadows continually amazes with his vocal acrobatics, and the opening riff of "Natural Born Killer" ramps up to an inhuman speed. "Save Me" ends the album as one of their most epic songs to date, in a proper 21 gun salute, as thunderous blasts and guitar divebombs interweave into a melodic, heartfelt “Tonight we all die young!” outro. It's a fitting tribute for their fallen 28-year-old comrade, and excellent proof of the band's ability. However, as great as Nightmare's finale is, the Alice Cooper-gone-blue “it’s your fuckin’ nightmare!” chorus on the title track is too cliché to be excused. ~ Jason Lymangrover

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1
Nightmare
00:06:14

David Palmer, Piano - Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Guitar - The Rev, Drums, Backing Vocals - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Stevie Blacke, String Arranger, Strings - Matthew Sanders, Writer - James Sullivan, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Zachary Baker, Writer - Brian Elwin Haner, Jr., Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

2
Welcome to the Family
00:04:06

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Matthew Sanders, Writer - James Sullivan, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Zachary Baker, Writer - Brian Elwin Haner, Jr., Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

3
Danger Line (Album Version)
00:05:28

David Palmer, Piano - Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Stewart Cole, Trumpet - Stevie Blacke, String Arranger, Strings - Matthew Sanders, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Zachary Baker, Writer - The Whistler, Whistle

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

4
Buried Alive
00:06:44

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Guitar - The Rev, Drums, Vocals - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Stevie Blacke, String Arranger, Strings - Matthew Sanders, Writer - James Sullivan, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Zachary Baker, Writer - Brian Elwin Haner, Jr., Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

5
Natural Born Killer
00:05:15

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - James Sullivan, Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

6
So Far Away
00:05:27

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Stevie Blacke, String Arranger, Strings - Matthew Sanders, Writer - James Sullivan, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Zachary Baker, Writer - Brian Elwin Haner, Jr., Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

7
God Hates Us
00:05:19

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Matthew Sanders, Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

8
Victim
00:07:30

Mike Elizondo, Producer - Sharlotte Gibson, Backing Vocals - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Matthew Sanders, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Zachary Baker, Writer - Brian Elwin Haner, Jr., Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

9
Tonight the World Dies
00:04:41

David Palmer, Piano - Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Matthew Sanders, Writer - James Sullivan, Writer - Jonathan Seward, Writer - Brian Haner, Sr., Solo Guitar

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

10
Fiction
00:05:08

David Palmer, Keyboards, Piano - Mike Elizondo, Producer, Keyboards - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums, Vocals - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Jessi Collins, Backing Vocals - Stevie Blacke, String Arranger, Strings - James Sullivan, Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

11
Save Me
00:10:56

David Palmer, Keyboards, Piano - Mike Elizondo, Producer - Ted Jensen, Mastering Engineer - Avenged Sevenfold, MainArtist - ANDY WALLACE, Mixing Engineer - Johnny Christ, Bass Guitar - M. Shadows, Vocals - Synyster Gates, Lead Guitar - The Rev, Drums, Screams Vocals - Zacky Vengeance, Guitar - Stevie Blacke, String Arranger, Strings - Matthew Sanders, Writer - James Sullivan, Writer

2010 Warner Records Inc. 2010 Warner Records Inc.

Descriptif de l'album

Following the death of Avenged Sevenfold drummer James “The Reverend” Sullivan in 2009, the band marched on, enlisting the help of Sullivan’s drumming hero, Dream Theater’s Mike Portnoy, for their fifth studio album Nightmare. Luckily, the sound of the band remains unchanged, and as one of the best drummers in the business, Portnoy picks up the reigns and rides the Deathbat's double kick in complete synchronicity with Gates, Christ, and Vengeance. Like their previous outings, the group incorporates a New Wave of British Heavy Metal influence throughout Nightmare while paying tribute to ‘80s hair metal with guitar god appeal; but playing retroactive music doesn’t seem to concern them, as long as they play it more skillfully than their forefathers. The group’s influences may be worn on their sleeves, (check out the chugging Metallica "One" breakdown in “Buried Alive,” or the Queensrÿche-style power-ballad “Victim”), but there is no denying that they have some of the best chops in the metal world. Songs shift from their trademark blistering assault to Black album ballads on a dime; M. Shadows continually amazes with his vocal acrobatics, and the opening riff of "Natural Born Killer" ramps up to an inhuman speed. "Save Me" ends the album as one of their most epic songs to date, in a proper 21 gun salute, as thunderous blasts and guitar divebombs interweave into a melodic, heartfelt “Tonight we all die young!” outro. It's a fitting tribute for their fallen 28-year-old comrade, and excellent proof of the band's ability. However, as great as Nightmare's finale is, the Alice Cooper-gone-blue “it’s your fuckin’ nightmare!” chorus on the title track is too cliché to be excused. ~ Jason Lymangrover

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