Our 5 Favorite Avenged Sevenfold Music Videos to Celebrate the Vegas Contest
Did you know you can win a trip to see Avenged Sevenfold in Las Vegas?! We’re so excited we decided to share our five favorite Avenged Sevenfold music videos!
1.) NIGHTMARE (2011)
“Nightmare” is the lead single for their fifth studio album, Nightmare. It was the first single released without former drummer The Rev, who died December 28, 2009. The music video was filmed by video director Wayne Isham (Motley Crue, Bon Jovi and Metallica). Filmed at Linda Vista Community Hospital in Los Angeles, the music video premiered on July 17, 2010.
2.) SO FAR AWAY (2011)
“So Far Away” is the third single released from their fifth studio album, Nightmare. The song is a tribute to former drummer The Rev and was the first Avenged Sevenfold song Synyster Gates (lead guitarist) wrote completely by himself. When the music video (also directed by Wayne Isham) was released, the bands site crashed due to so many people attempting to watch the video at once.
3.) DEAR GOD (2008)
“Dear God” is the fourth single from their fourth self titled album. The song was written by late Jimmy “the Rev” Sullivan. The music video was released on September 30, 2008. It was the last music video to feature Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan before his death.
4.) A LITTLE PIECE OF HEAVEN (2007)
“A Little Piece of Heaven”, from their fourth self titled album, was written by Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan.
5.) SEIZE THE DAY (2005)
From the their third studio album City of Evil, “Seize the Day” was the the fourth single. The song was written by M. Shadows and The Rev.
We will send the winner and one friend to see Avenged Sevenfolds live at Mandalay Bay. While in Vegas, you’ll stay at the Push Las Vegas Hotel for two nights. We’ll also throw in $500 (for you to spend however you’d like) and a limited edition Hail to the King box set bundle featuring extra music, a canvas print, a book of artwork, and more.