Avenged Sevenfold - Waking The Fallen


7.3 | 247 votes |
Release date: 26 August 2003
Style: Metalcore

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01. Waking The Fallen
02. Unholy Confessions
03. Chapter Four
04. Remenissions
05. Desecrate Through Reverence
06. Eternal Rest
07. Second Heartbeat
08. Radiant Eclipse
09. I Won't See You Tonight Part 1
10. I Won't See You Tonight Part 2
11. Clairvoyant Disease
12. And All Things Will End

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28.01.2011 - 10:18
Rating: 9
Ultraussie
PERFECT.
I have a rare album cover of it featuring a girl with a skeleton hand.
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01.03.2011 - 15:10
Rating: 9
Mrdissection
Awesome album kick ass
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25.11.2011 - 18:45
Rating: 8
Regolith
Gotta say, I think this album is pretty well done in terms of progressiveness (not like beef). Something about it keeps it from growing too deep in my musical soul (whatever that means). Maybe because I back-catalogued it (listening to COE first).

Still, for dudes around my age (young then) they did prog-metal decent service here.
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25.11.2011 - 20:49
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
Please stop referring to Avenged Sevenfold as a prog metal band. You're discrediting everything else you've ever said and ever will say on this site.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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21.06.2012 - 17:47
Rating: 3
Paw!!
Hah ! they always so arrogant ! all of you like this worst album ? you choose worst ever
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21.06.2012 - 18:57
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Written by Paw!! on 21.06.2012 at 17:47

Hah ! they always so arrogant ! all of you like this worst album ? you choose worst ever

Gives A7X a 1, rates whole BFMV discog a 10.
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forever bummed out
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24.06.2012 - 08:02
Rating: 3
Paw!!
Written by Boxcar Willy on 21.06.2012 at 18:57

Written by Paw!! on 21.06.2012 at 17:47

Hah ! they always so arrogant ! all of you like this worst album ? you choose worst ever

Gives A7X a 1, rates whole BFMV discog a 10.

you right dude !
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27.08.2012 - 15:18
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
This is a pretty good album to be honest. I prefer the vocal style of this album to 'City of Evil', yet the song structures on 'City of Evil' are slightly more interesting to listen to.
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24.05.2013 - 02:18
Rating: 10
Zadion
Written by Troy Killjoy on 25.11.2011 at 20:49

Please stop referring to Avenged Sevenfold as a prog metal band. You're discrediting everything else you've ever said and ever will say on this site.


Say what you will, but this album does have some slight progressive tendencies.
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18.07.2013 - 20:27
Uldreth
I have to say, after listening to it several times for god-knows-what reason, this is actually a pretty decent album.

Vocals are a bit iffy but the guitar melodies are excellent and (although Troy is gone since a very long time so a bit pointless to comment on that but meh) I do agree with the person above me that this album does exhibit a level of progressive songwriting, their structures and way of crafting songs are somewhat unusual for this genre.

And Chapter Four is boss.
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28.11.2016 - 04:20
Rating: 9
Overrwatcher
I know I'm pretty much the biggest A7X hater here, but I heard this album is way different from everything else they put, and that Matt's vocals are less prevalent. And wow this is actually really really good for the genre. They're not anywhere near a prog band but this was far more progressive then their peers and they seem to secretly be huge fans of post-Symbolic Death in terms of riff-writing and flat out copy pasting a Spirit Crusher riff as their intro for Unholy Confessions. The 7+ minute songs (inculding a 2-part song combining for 13 minutes) only add to the progressive feel. Matt's screams aren't very good (coming off more like an Atreyu clone) but his cleans are a lot less whiny and damaged. Still not a good vocalist, but when combined with the poor production, this album is much more listenable no matter how much you may hate him.

It's hard to pick a highlight here, as most of the songs are equally good. I probably would give it to "I Won't See You Tonight", however, which starts off as a surprisingly good ballad and only gets better from there. Other than that, the catchy "Chapter Four", super meaty and groovy "Remenissions", also really catchy "Second Heartbeat", and the wonderful "Radiant Eclipse". No, I still don't like A7X (although I haven't listened to their latest album yet). I just like this album.
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Written by Dr. Strawberry on 12.06.2016 at 19:43

Overwatcher, MS Xena, crumbled him in no time. MS needs you to kill the boredom in here.
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