Avenged Sevenfold talked about crazy fans, banned songs, music goals and creative work after their first debut performance in HK

As one of the most representative American new heavy metal band in recent ten years, Avenged Sevenfold’s “Hail to the King” Asian tour had been highly expected by Chinese rock fans for ages. After performanced in Beijing and Shanghai, Avenged Sevenfold rocked the stage at Asia World-Expo in Hong Kong on January 14th.

The reporter of Hong Kong indie music information gathering website Bitetone caught up the band during their hectic touring schedule to chat about their live setup, career goals, the creative process and songs writing.

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For the full version of the interview, please go to:http://bitetone.com/2015/02/04/interview-avenged-sevenfold-paying-respect-to-the-king/

Compared to Bitetone, which was more focus on music itself, the interview from South China Morning Post paid more attention on the brand new performing experience in mainland and Hong Kong, especially the shock when it comes to the “regulations” in Beijing.

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sources from

http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1679845/interview-plastic-seats-and-banned-songs-what-happened-when-avenged

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