SOURCE: Warner Bros. Records

July 11, 2007 13:01 ET

Avenged Sevenfold Brings "All Excess" to the Big Screen

Band Marks DVD Release With Special Screenings

BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire - July 11, 2007) - On the eve of the release of Warner Bros. Records' Avenged Sevenfold's first-ever DVD, "All Excess" premieres in cinemas in select U.S. cities on July 16th at 8pm. This special event will occur in theatres in Los Angeles, St. Louis, San Diego, Detroit, Phoenix, Parsippany, NJ and the band's hometown of Huntington Beach, CA.

This unique viewing experience offers the perfect platform for Avenged Sevenfold to celebrate the July 17th release of "All Excess." With the DVD release, the band treats their fans to something more than just a collection of videos or live performances (although both of those are present here). With "All Excess," A7X offer a rare glimpse into their roots, what it's like to live on the road for thirteen months and document how the band has been able to forge such a strong relationship with their army of fans.

"This DVD has been eight years in the making," says A7X front man M. Shadows. "We didn't want to cheat the fans by putting out a standard live DVD. Instead we wanted to focus on giving back to our fans by showing them what makes five best friends from Huntington Beach eat, sleep and breathe the Avenged Sevenfold lifestyle. 'All Excess' shows everything from life backstage, on the bus, and some of the first shows in our hometown. We didn't leave anything off that fans have been asking about for years. Unlike cookie-cutter concert DVDs, this is a documentary you can watch again and again for years to come."

A number of limited edition, autographed movie posters will be given away to a few lucky fans in each theatre as well as available for sale in the lobby. Brand new merchandise and advanced purchase of the DVD will also be available in theatre lobbies.

Tickets for the July 16th 8pm premieres of "All Excess" are on sale now at for the following cities and cinema locations:

Mann Chinese 6 Hollywood                Los Angeles, CA
Charter Center Theatre                  Huntington Beach, CA
Ultrastar Theatres Mission Valley       San Diego, CA
Parsippany Cinema 12                    Parsippany, NJ
Emagine Novi                            Detroit, MI
Harkins Tempe Marketplace 16            Tempe, AZ
Tivoli Theatre                          St. Louis, MO

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