Avenged Sevenfold posted another video teaser from their upcoming studio release, Loudwire reports. The short snippet really packs a punch, featuring one of the new songs from their recording sessions with producer Mike Elizondo.
The band has been very mysterious about the release date and fine details of their new disc, estimated to be out at some point in the summer or early fall. They've also kept things top secret regarding the dissemination of all the clues leading to video teasers and first listens to their new material. Their official website has been taken over by an old school radio featuring a dial that can be turned to hear hidden tracks and treasures.
The band has recently posted the video featuring footage from the sessions with producer Mike Elizondo and new music snippet.
The new release will mark the band's sixth studio album and the first written entirely without James "The Rev" Sullivan. Sullivan, their former drummer and major songwriting contributor, tragically passed away in December in 2009. Sullivan was a part of the writing process for the band's latest record "Nightmare" before his passing, although he did not play drums on the record.
While fans wait for more information on the new album, Avenged Sevenfold will be making a few live appearances this summer including stops at Rock USA festival, Heavy MTL and the Aftershock festival.