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[[Andrew Murdock]]}}'''City of Evil''' is [[Avenged Sevenfold (Band)|Avenged Sevenfold]]'s third studio album. It was released on June 6, 2005 with [[Warner Brothers Records|Warner Bros. Records]]. As opposed to the band's first two albums, this was their first album with no growling or screaming in it from [[M. Shadows]], and the guitar tracks were noticably more rhythmic. It sold over 30,000 copies in one week. This album brought great fame and recognition for the band and it hit number two on Billboard mainstream rock charts. This was Avenged Sevenfold's heavily needed break through. In August of 2009, the album became platinum.
 
[[Andrew Murdock]]}}'''City of Evil''' is [[Avenged Sevenfold (Band)|Avenged Sevenfold]]'s third studio album. It was released on June 6, 2005 with [[Warner Brothers Records|Warner Bros. Records]]. As opposed to the band's first two albums, this was their first album with no growling or screaming in it from [[M. Shadows]], and the guitar tracks were noticably more rhythmic. It sold over 30,000 copies in one week. This album brought great fame and recognition for the band and it hit number two on Billboard mainstream rock charts. This was Avenged Sevenfold's heavily needed break through. In August of 2009, the album became platinum.
   

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City of Evil
Released June 6, 2005
Recorded 2004-April 2005
Length 1:12:43
Label Warner Brothers Records
Producer Avenged Sevenfold

Andrew Murdock

City of Evil is Avenged Sevenfold's third studio album. It was released on June 6, 2005 with Warner Bros. Records. As opposed to the band's first two albums, this was their first album with no growling or screaming in it from M. Shadows, and the guitar tracks were noticably more rhythmic. It sold over 30,000 copies in one week. This album brought great fame and recognition for the band and it hit number two on Billboard mainstream rock charts. This was Avenged Sevenfold's heavily needed break through. In August of 2009, the album became platinum.

Track ListEdit

  1. Beast and the Harlot
  2. Burn it Down
  3. Blinded in Chains
  4. Bat Country
  5. Trashed and Scattered
  6. Seize the Day
  7. Sidewinder
  8. The Wicked End
  9. Strength of the World
  10. Betrayed
  11. M.I.A.

Themes & MeaningEdit

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