Avenged Sevenfold announce "Buried Alive" tour and plan new music video
After they complete their headlining Rockstar Energy Drnk Uproar Festival tour and their appearance at Las Vegas' new 48 hours Festival in October, Avenged Sevenfold will hit the road in the US for a short series of tour dates for the "Buried Alive" tour with Hollywood Undead, Asking Alexandria and Black Veils supporting.
Hitting the locations missed out by their Uproar Festival tour dates, A7X will head to the following locations on their tour dates in November and December:
"Buried Alive" tour dates:
Nov. 23 - Fort Meyers, FL - Germain Arena
Nov. 25 - Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Nov. 26 - Augusta, GA - James Brown Arena
Nov. 28 - Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Center
Nov. 29 - Pikeville, KY - East Kentucky Expo Center
Nov. 30 - Fort Wayne, IN - Allen County War Memorial
Dec. 02 - Madison, WI - Alliant Energy Center
Dec. 03 - Minneapolis, MN - Target Center
Dec. 06 - Green Bay, WI - Resch Center
Dec. 07 - Duluth, MN - Amsoil Arena
Dec. 09 - Grand Forks, ND - Alerus Center
Dec. 10 - Bismarck, ND - Bismarck Civic Center
Dec. 12 - Billings, MT - Metra Park Arena
Dec. 13 - Missoula, MT - Adams Center
Dec. 14 - Yakima, WA - Sun Dome
In the time between Uproar and the "Buried Alive" tour the band will be filming their new music video for the track "Buried Alive" from their number 1 album "Nightmare".
The band want to shoot a video to match what they feel is the strongest track on the "NIghtmare" record, released in summer 2010, and even spoke with Rob Zombie as a possible director to help them create "something cool with it, something underground, exciting and kind of crazy" but he's currently busy with his latest movie so is unavailable.
"We're looking for a good, like, video director — not necessarily a video guy but more of a movie guy. We talked to Rob Zombie, unfortunately he's doing his new movie right now or he'd want to do it. But we want to do something cool with it, something underground, exciting and kind of crazy. We're not gonna edit it (The track is 6 minutes 44 seconds long), so who knows what's gonna happen with it, but we feel it's probably the strongest track on the record." says A7X frontman M Shadows about the upcoming "Buried Alive" video plans.
More details available at www.avengedsevenfold.com
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