Now that Avenged Sevenfold look like gearing up to release new music, we thought it would be enjoyable to look again on their setlist historical past and see which songs they’ve by no means performed stay.
We have finished this with a few different bands, and it is all the time attention-grabbing to see which songs have by no means made it onto a setlist. Often, the vast majority of the group’s first album had been carried out, as a result of they often do not have as many songs to select from after they first begin enjoying reveals. Curiously, although, that wasn’t the case with Avenged Sevenfold.
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We took a take a look at their Tour Statistics, compiled by Setlist.fm, and plugged in the entire unique songs they’ve formally launched to see which have by no means been performed throughout their concert events. Instrumentals and covers do not depend, however we went via their whole discography from Sounding the Seventh Trumpet (2001), to their 2018 Name of Responsibility compilation EP Black Reign, to their 2020 remastered version of the b-sides album Diamonds within the Tough.
The band hasn’t performed since 2018, so now that these songs are on the market, they’re honest recreation to be performed in the course of the band’s reveals after they return.
Another enjoyable info we realized whereas combing via Avenged’s tour statistics are that their Prime 3 most-played songs are “Unholy Confessions,” “Bat Nation” and “Afterlife,” in that order. They’ve coated Pantera, Iron Maiden, Pink Floyd, Guns N’ Roses, The Rolling Stones and NOFX stay, and the 12 months they performed probably the most reveals was 2006 (146, to be actual).
Scroll under to see the 32 songs Avenged Sevenfold have by no means performed stay, in response to Setlist.fm.
The 32 Songs Avenged Sevenfold Have By no means Performed Dwell
Avenged Sevenfold have by no means carried out these songs stay.
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