Every Avenged Sevenfold album ranked from worst to best

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Fans have expressed their opinion, and it’s time to draw up the Avenged Sevenfold album ranked from worst to best.

Avenged Sevenfold has been working on the new album for a long time and we can’t wait to listen to new music.

8. Diamonds in the Rough

This album is unknown to many and is considered the worst despite including some beautiful songs such as Crossroads, Dancing Dead and Until the End.

7. Sounding the Seventh Trumpet

Sounding the Seventh Trumpet is A7X’s debut album and apparently, not everyone likes it.

This album is really heavy compared to the last ones released.

6. Hail to the King

Hail To The King is the first album with a new drummer as an official member.

This album has a different sound than the previous ones and not everyone liked this change.

Drummer Arin Ilejay tried to give his best but was replaced for ‘The Stage’, released 3 years after Hail To The King.

5. The Stage

The Stage is the latest album released in 2016 recorded with the new and current drummer Brooks Wackerman.

The Stage has a different and more complex sound and includes some really cool songs.

4. Waking the Fallen

Waking The Fallen is the second and first album with bassist Johnny Christ.

This album includes many of Avenged Sevenfold’s most popular songs such as Unholy Confessions, Chapter Four and Second Heartbeat.

3. Avenged Sevenfold

This album is one of my favorites and I love all (ALL) of the songs on it.

2. City of Evil

I started listening to Avenged Sevenfold thanks to this album.

The first song I listened to on Avenged Sevenfold is Strength of the World: City of Evil includes many of the best songs from A7X (according to longtime fans).

1. Nightmare

Nightmare is Avenged Sevenfold’s best-known album.

Unfortunately this is the last album on which the drummer of the band The Rev has worked, who died before the release of the album.

In the Nightmare album there are some demo recordings in which The Rev sings, such as the song Fiction written by him.

The drum parts are recorded instead by Mike Portnoy, who helped A7X complete the album after The Rev’s death.

Avenged Sevenfold paid tribute to The Rev by dedicating the song ‘So Far Away’.