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Sixth studio album by the American heavy metal band. The first album since the death of drummer Jimmy ''The Rev'' Sullivan, the band released four teasers on YouTube showing the recording of the album. Receiving critical acclaim, the album debuted in the UK Albums Chart at #1.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Shepherd of Fire
2 Hail to the King
3 Doing Time

Disc: 2

1 This Means War
2 Requiem

Disc: 3

1 Crimson Day
2 Heretic
3 Coming Home

Disc: 4

1 Planets
2 Acid Rain

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The Professor
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great album, pretty good vinyl.
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2013
This is yet another great hard rock/metal album from A7X. This album is a bit more stripped down in terms of style than previous efforts. However, musically it was great. I think I may prefer Nightmare to this by a small margin, but it''s a great album. My only... See more
This is yet another great hard rock/metal album from A7X. This album is a bit more stripped down in terms of style than previous efforts. However, musically it was great. I think I may prefer Nightmare to this by a small margin, but it''s a great album.

My only complaint is that on my vinyl copy there is a bit of sibilance on the "s" sounds on some of the songs. I use an Audio-Technica LP120 turntable which is great for audio quality so I don''t think it''s from my turntable. If anyone has found their vinyl copy also has that problem, leave a comment!

But the album itself was mastered very well. There was a lot of dynamic range on the album compared to most modern albums. Loading some of the Mp3s that came with it via download code into audacity, I didn''t see any clipping. It''s nice to see a modern album not affected by the loudness war. A7X''s previous efforts suffered from this, but the vinyl masters were different so were not affected, but in this case, it seems the music was mastered well for both CD and Vinyl.

The vinyl also has a special cover that differs from the boring black cover on the CD. Amazon displayed the vinyl art when it was available for pre-order but on the release date they changed the art to be like the CD. This is not the case. I have uploaded the actual vinyl cover so you can see what it looks like. Just check out the pictures.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2013
Hail to the King was meant to draw inspiration from the Pantheon of Metal, imitating the sound of such bands as Metallica, Judas Priest, Motley Crüe and Black Sabbath. The result was a sound that either pays great homage or quite simply carbon copies the bands that... See more
Hail to the King was meant to draw inspiration from the Pantheon of Metal, imitating the sound of such bands as Metallica, Judas Priest, Motley Crüe and Black Sabbath. The result was a sound that either pays great homage or quite simply carbon copies the bands that they drew inspiration from. Knowing A7X like I do, having listened to them faithfully since City of Evil, I''m willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. All eleven songs produced for Hail to the King are solid, and though I am sad to see Portnoy leave the lineup, Arin Ilejay is a fantastic technical drummer and his work is excellent in this album.

Shepard of Fire begins slowly, with a crackling fire that seems content to burn slowly, as if from a nearby string of steel drums with a homeless person warming his hands. The guitar and orchestra come in slowly, and once Ilejay starts his deliberate pounding on those bass and floor toms and the licks begin on the guitar, it''s difficult to stop banging your head.

The title track has an insane riff that continues through the entire song, riding that e string the whole way. The pace of the song itself is much slower, though no less intense than Shepard. Doing Time seems to be this albums Blinded in Chains or Danger Line, a heavy hitting masterpeice that lets M. Shadows'' vocals compete with the feirce guitar work of Synyster Gates. This Means War is the first slow song on the album, but its a deliberate measured tempo that isn''t afraid to shred just as hard as the surrounding work.

Requiem comes off as biblical, with the chants in Latin at the beginning and towards the end of the song, and its measured cadence comes with sosme of Shadows'' best vocals on the album. Coming Home features Papa Gates on the guitar, performing the outro solo as only he can do. The rest of this songs, while solid, are unremarkable, content to blend in with the rest of the album rather than stand out and make themselves be heard.

Saint James, the bonus downloadable song included with the limited edition of Hail to the King, is (I assume) another tribute to James "The Rev" Sullivan, but not a touching, down-tempo tribute like So Far Away was. It keeps in line with the rest of the album, another example of how to pay respect to the Old Gods of Rock, named for the Rev.

(( foREVer ))

In short, Hail to the King is a prime example of what A7X does best, and is quite possibly one of their heavier-handed albums to date. Though the technical guitar can be heard here, this album is more content to grind the E and A strings with most of the technical musicianship being left to Ilejay on the drums. Still a very solid, pulse pounding album, and an excellent tribute to old school rock.
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Let''s Change The Name....
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2014
to Shepherd of Fire and we will be all good here. lol Ok not seriously or anything but that song is currently (and has been for over a month now) my favorite song and the perfect lead in for the album. So how did I discover my new favorite song and this awesome album? Sorta... See more
to Shepherd of Fire and we will be all good here. lol Ok not seriously or anything but that song is currently (and has been for over a month now) my favorite song and the perfect lead in for the album. So how did I discover my new favorite song and this awesome album? Sorta fell into it and am so glad I did. I''ve never really had much experience with A7X, I do own Sounding the Seventh Trumpet but it never really got much play time due to me always having something else I was into listening to. I always meant to get back to it and give it a fair shake but never did. My last purchase before this was Device (excellent btw) and whenever there are artist collaborations on an album, I always make it a point to find out who it is and what else they have done. I love the song Haze so I was like M. Shadows the guy from A7X, guess it''s time to check that band out for real. Decided to start with their newest release and here I am.

Now I am aware that this band has gone through some style changes and the like and that some longtime fans hate the new stuff and some people who hated the old stuff love the new stuff and all the usual drama when a band dares to change anything. I prefer to have an open mind and consider myself a clean slate with A7X since I am starting here. I will go back and listen to Sounding and then fill up my collection with the rest. The music here is right up my alley, nice and heavy with most of the songs having that pump you up aggression that I love so much. A couple of the songs don''t do it for me, but I don''t hate them. I do like them but if I''m not in the mood then I skip them. I really like M. Shadows'' vocal work here. I won''t compare to his past efforts because like I said, clean slate. I also love the darker theme of this album overall. Good stuff.

As for the tracks themselves, as I stated before Shepherd of Fire is my current favorite song and the absolute perfect opener to this album. I love it and often just repeat this song countless times. The lyrics are really appealing to me as is the style of the song. My second favorite is Heretic for pretty much the same reasons. I also really enjoy Hail to the King, Doin Time, Requiem, Crimson Day and Coming Home. Planets and Acid Rain I like but they are the 2 songs I mentioned above. Sometimes I''m not in the mood for em.

Overall I highly recommend this album. I''m quite interested in this band now and will check out all past and future releases from this point on.
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Paula B. Brown
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Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2014
I thought this record was alright but not the band''s best effort. I realize it is hard to come up with amazing stuff time after time, but I thought they could have done a little better. Sadly, the loss of The Rev took something away from the band in many ways. His... See more
I thought this record was alright but not the band''s best effort. I realize it is hard to come up with amazing stuff time after time, but I thought they could have done a little better. Sadly, the loss of The Rev took something away from the band in many ways. His amazing backing vocals are missed. My favorite track is Planets - vocals and arrangement are above average, but I thought some of the tracks lacked imagination, especially the title track. Plus, the homage to Guns''N''Roses, while well-deserved for G''N''R, needs to be toned down a bit. There really are no tracks with the resonance of songs such as Unbound, Brompton Cocktail, The Beast and the Harlot and Bat Country. Don''t get me wrong - it''s very listenable, but in my humble opinion, not up to par. Perhaps the songs will be better showcased in a live show, as are many compositions by touring artists.

As a postscript I just want to add that I was disappointed by the lack of sick, crazy-awesome musicianship that was evident on previous releases. Also, if I wanted to hear old-school metal I wouldn''t have gotten onto A7X. It was their different take on the genre that attracted me to them. I especially loved the melodic piano runs and classical-style guitar parts, as I am a huge fan of classical music as well as contemporary. A7X put me in mind of a metal type of Muse, who also successfully mixes genres of music to include such elements as Chopin, or the ingenius influence of Queen and Ravel''s Bolero on The United States of Eurasia (and collateral damage) from The Resistance.
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Andrew J. Hoel
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Solid Album
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2013
What a surprise! Hail to the King is an album you can play from start to finish without getting bored. It resembles the amazing sound quality from Metallica''s "Black Album." It''s obvious Avenged Sevenfold stripped down the music, added a lot of groove and simple, heavy... See more
What a surprise! Hail to the King is an album you can play from start to finish without getting bored. It resembles the amazing sound quality from Metallica''s "Black Album." It''s obvious Avenged Sevenfold stripped down the music, added a lot of groove and simple, heavy guitar riffs. "Doing Time," is heavily influence by Gun''s and Roses and "This is War," sounds a lot like Metallica''s "Sad But True." However the pre-chorus/chorus in "This is War," is extremely EPIC! M. Shadows'' voice has grown tremendously throughout the years. I personally haven''t owned an Avenged Sevenfold record since "City of Evil" and at the time I was greatly disappointed by the album. So for me this is their comeback record!

It''s important for bands to evolve with their sound and talents. Their next album needs to be different from "Hail to the King." The production value of this record is extremely high and fits this album and this album alone, perfectly. This is how "Hail to the King" will stand out from the crowd and (in my opinion) be the one to beat!

Reasons to buy: Simply heavy guitar riffs, SOUND QUALITY, song structures, great vocals.
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Christopher P. Heckmann
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Album but I miss The Rev and Mike Portnoy
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2013
I think this is a great album and I love all the songs. The reason I give it four stars is because instrumentally it''s not what I''ve come to expect from Avenged Sevenfold. By that I''m talking mainly about the percussion. Maybe we got spoiled with The Rev and Mike Portnoy... See more
I think this is a great album and I love all the songs. The reason I give it four stars is because instrumentally it''s not what I''ve come to expect from Avenged Sevenfold. By that I''m talking mainly about the percussion. Maybe we got spoiled with The Rev and Mike Portnoy filling in on the last album, but the drumming on this album just seems to lack that A7X punch. It''s simple and lacks creativity. Especially on the title track, where someone with moderate drum skills could fill in and play on stage. I know the new drummer can play some pretty intense stuff, since he plays Portnoy''s stuff from Nightmare live. So I wonder why the drumming is so simple and bland on this album. If anyone knows feel free to fill me in. Maybe they''re going for a more radio friendly sound?

Synister Gates is awesome as always, but I think he toned down his solos just a bit. Which is fine, maybe now I can actually play them without endless hours of practice, but I''ve come to expect to be stumped by his work.

That being said, I still love the songs. The highlight for me is Crimson Day, a more ballad type song. Coming Home is also pretty awesome. The low point is the title track. But it''s easy to get into all the songs. This album is not in the league of Nightmare and their self titled album, but it''s still pretty awesome.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another great A7X album with callbacks to the history of metal
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2013
I''m rating this album 5 stars even though it''s not the "best" work from A7X simply because it''s a very solid album from front to back, and probably deeper than "Nightmare", despite the title track of the latter and some good singles. I don''t think it makes any sense to... See more
I''m rating this album 5 stars even though it''s not the "best" work from A7X simply because it''s a very solid album from front to back, and probably deeper than "Nightmare", despite the title track of the latter and some good singles. I don''t think it makes any sense to hate A7X for being one of the few "metal" acts that can sell albums, or arguing over whether they''re metal or not. Ironically, you hear BLATANT callbacks to Metallica ("Sad But True") and GNR on this record, and those were two groups that people often criticized at the time for not being "metal enough". At the end of the day, buzz words and genres don''t matter if you''re just a great band. This is a dark period in time for guitar music in general, and A7X is still one of the better guitar bands out there, IMO.
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Michael O'Clock
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Recommended intro to AVENGED SEVENFOLD
Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2015
This CD is good and probably even great to some fans. I never realized that the Avenged Sevenfold was so popular until I wanted to get the CD to match the signed cover of the liner notes that somehow came into my possession. This is a keeper for my rock ''n roll... See more
This CD is good and probably even great to some fans. I never realized that the Avenged Sevenfold was so popular until I wanted to get the CD to match the signed cover of the liner notes that somehow came into my possession. This is a keeper for my rock ''n roll collection. Although not exactly my style of music, it rocks hard and I like it, unlike some of the scream "singing" tired rehashes of some jerks who want to make a few bucks, have "rock star" status, but haven''t got an original idea, tune, or style.

As a first time introduction to this band, I''ll reiterate that it is surprisingly quite good and I will recommend it.
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Andy Sweeney
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Despite the obvious "influences", this is a great album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 21, 2013
Hail To The King is US metal band Avenged Sevenfold''s sixth album and, probably, their most commercial release so far. Straddling the thin divide between the rock and metal genres with ease with the aid of new drummer Arin Ilejay (who actually only recorded this one album...See more
Hail To The King is US metal band Avenged Sevenfold''s sixth album and, probably, their most commercial release so far. Straddling the thin divide between the rock and metal genres with ease with the aid of new drummer Arin Ilejay (who actually only recorded this one album with them), replacing sadly deceased sticksman Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan, it is probably their most controversial album amongst their fans. Although the majority of AX7 admirers seemed to like it, there were many people who referred to it as their covers album or dismissed it as being too mainstream and not heavy enough. I''m actually a little shocked that, being someone who values originality so highly, I like this album so much. There are so many obvious "influences" on this album that they absolutely smash the line between homage and plagiarism, however, they do it with such style and have made such a listenable, enjoyable, well crafted album that I have forgiven them for it. My appreciation of Avenged Sevenfold comes courtesy of my Stepson, Jamie, who has often referred to them as his favourite band, so it''s fair to say that I''ve heard a lot of their material and have really grown to love them myself (my particular favourites are Nightmare and City Of Evil). This album, however, harks back to one of my favourite periods in metal history, the eighties and early nineties, with ideas, arrangements, riffs and lyrics lifted, lock, stock and barrel from acts such as Iron Maiden (Hail To The King), Metallica (This Means War), Guns ''n'' Roses (Doing Time) and, if you know these bands well, you will be left open-mouthed in amazement at the cheek Avenged have shown with some of the tracks. Having got that out of the way, I cannot help but give respect to Sevenfold for obviously loving the kind of metal I''ve loved over the years and replicating the appeal that era of music had so convincingly, even adapting their playing style and vocal delivery to suit the particular band they are, ahem, paying tribute to. Although I enjoy this album in its entirety, there are a few stand-out tracks for me; yes, it''s basically a re-written Sad But True, but This Means War still manages to be one of my favourite cuts from this release. The classically influenced (I''m thinking Orff''s Carmina Burana), dramatic Requiem is also a highlight and the guitar solo on Crimson Day is nothing short of spine-tingling gorgeousness, making what could be a slightly ordinary song something special. In fact, Synyster Gates'' impressive guitar work throughout the album is almost a masterclass in a wide range of metal guitar styles and he has surely earned the title of one of the true greats of heavy rock. My last pick from the album would be the final track, Acid Rain which has a bit of an III Sides-era Extreme feel to it and is an ambitious, string-filled ballad. Indeed, M. Shadows gives a performance Gary Cherone would be proud to call his own. If you get your reservations out of the way, this is an entirely enjoyable album with impressive musicianship from the band being demonstrated throughout. Of course, some people may not be able to get past hearing Avenged being the ultimate tribute act for their musical heroes, but I think they have made what could easily be described as a classic heavy rock album and also probably the most accessible record in their catalogue to date for those who know nothing about the band. For Avenged fans who particularly love their early material, that may not be a good thing, but for someone like me who has been a fan from Nightmare onwards and hasn''t particularly enjoyed all of the earlier output, it''s a huge positive. You can tell that there has been intricate attention to detail on this album and it is a dark, Gothic, classy piece of work from start to finish, brilliantly produced and mixed too. My love of metal has definitely faded over the years, but Hail To The King is the kind of quality rock/metal release that is more than capable of reigniting my love for the genre.
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Mike Watkinson
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Their sixth, my first
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 28, 2018
I ran across this lot in the random way you do on YouTube. I can''t comment, as at least one reviewer has, on whether there''s any controversy over the album amongst long term fans. The AS songs that I know are the ones on this album, which is why I bought it - their 6th, my...See more
I ran across this lot in the random way you do on YouTube. I can''t comment, as at least one reviewer has, on whether there''s any controversy over the album amongst long term fans. The AS songs that I know are the ones on this album, which is why I bought it - their 6th, my 1st! I don''t know whether or not it''s "commercial", I don''t worry about such things. All I know is it''s a damn good album with no duff tracks on it!
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AJ
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Great Sounding Mid Tempo Metal - Far Better Than I Expected
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 12, 2015
This band seem to be real love them or hate them material; I have to say I was REALLY surprised. Decent songs, very good musicianship and stellar production make for a good package. Yes they may be derivative and the influences are worn with pride; Maiden, Metallica, Guns n...See more
This band seem to be real love them or hate them material; I have to say I was REALLY surprised. Decent songs, very good musicianship and stellar production make for a good package. Yes they may be derivative and the influences are worn with pride; Maiden, Metallica, Guns n Roses, Motley Crue, ACDC etc but at least they''re honest about it!! Its a great sounding album with a production job reminiscent of Metallica''s 1991 album. Everything is clean, clear & defined; the snare drums and bass guitar sounding just like Hetfield & co did back then, the guitars & vocals crystal clear too. Its just good solid mid tempo metal and I cant fault it for that!! It doesn''t always have to be extreme. And of course the symphonic touches & orchestrations are very welcome too, never overused but really adding to the already tasty brew being served. Planets is a great example for this. And so what if This Means War sounds like Sad But True; its hardly as if Metallica never plagiarised along the way or anyone else for that matter - frankly Led Zeppelin built a career on it.
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The Quibbler
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Hail to the King - a great album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 13, 2014
I''m new to Avenged Sevenfold, so I know nothing of their earlier works (my loss I''m beginning to think), but ''Hail to the King'' is simply one of the best albums I''ve bought this year. You can easily see the influence of greats as Guns N'' Roses, Metallica etc. But this...See more
I''m new to Avenged Sevenfold, so I know nothing of their earlier works (my loss I''m beginning to think), but ''Hail to the King'' is simply one of the best albums I''ve bought this year. You can easily see the influence of greats as Guns N'' Roses, Metallica etc. But this doesn''t really matter because it just works and the tracks are classy well produced numbers. Listen to the quality of the guitar playing. This is the sort of stuff that would give Slash a run for his money, and I suspect perhaps even best him. The title track ''Hail to the King'' blew me away. It''s so addictive that I''ve had it on repeat play with the volume on ''11''. A genuine pleasure to discover a band that has rekindled feelings of the raw ''wow'' factor I used to get in my teens/twenties. If you area fan of late 80s/early 90s style hard rock, buy this album, you won''t be disappointed.
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Took a while, but I love it
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 3, 2014
When I first heard this album I didn''t get it. It was nothing like the other awesome Avenged Sevenfold offerings. Like others I assumed that the loss of the Rev spelled doom for this band. After a few more disappointing listens I nearly filed it on the shelf. It wasn''t bad,...See more
When I first heard this album I didn''t get it. It was nothing like the other awesome Avenged Sevenfold offerings. Like others I assumed that the loss of the Rev spelled doom for this band. After a few more disappointing listens I nearly filed it on the shelf. It wasn''t bad, just didn''t feel like original A7X Then I listed again as it was the only thing I had in the car. Like a lightbulb moment I suddenly seemed to get it. It''s often said that a really good album should take some listening to before you really like it. Strange that it should be so suddenly true for this album. Definitely a favourite now. This is war is probably my favourite track. Having got to grips with it we then went to see them in concert. What a truly rocking band these guys are. And somehow this new album no longer seemed out of place among their older songs that they played. Best rock band in the world right now.
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