The wait is nearly over. The members of Avenged Sevenfold have been discussing a brand new album for what looks like an eternity now, however they’ve formally confirmed that it will be launched in 2023.
In September, drummer Brooks Wackerman acknowledged that the report was completed in a put up on his Instagram, however given how a lot it has been teased during the last 12 months or so, we have been in search of a extra definitive reply. And upon doing a fast search of the band’s identify, the search copy for his or her web site reads, “Official web site for Avenged Sevenfold. New album out 2023.”
And that seals the deal. But it surely will get even higher.
The band has been sending out merch bundles to followers that embrace teasers for the brand new report. A fan uploaded a video of a card with the band’s brand subsequent to an hourglass, and the 12 months 2023 is written on the again subsequent to an illustration of flowers. An orange piece of merch will be seen within the background, and the fan tagged the members of the band within the tweet, which caught the eye of frontman M. Shadows.
“It is an exquisite morning, it is an exquisite day… everyone is smiling in an exquisite manner,” the singer responded.
It is unclear whether or not or not the person bought the merch package deal on their very own, or if it was despatched to members of their Deathbats Membership. Nevertheless, Shadows wrote about an unique “care package deal” in a separate tweet, noting that members of the fan membership can redeem them on-line now by means of the membership’s web site. The positioning is open to guests, however upon scrolling additional down, affirms that the membership’s “hidden secrets and techniques” are restricted to members solely.
To reiterate, we’re undecided whether or not the mysterious package deal has any relation to the Deathbats Membership, however at the very least we all know the follow-up to 2016’s The Stage shall be out subsequent 12 months for certain. See the tweets under — thoughts Shadows’ Twitter thumbnail — and keep tuned for additional updates.