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Released June 14, 2011 for Rock Band

1570 users have this song ($2)    
189 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Metal
Album: Waking the Fallen (2003)

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5/5 ordealbyfire
In my opinion, A7X songs in Rock Band are notorious for being challenging and fun goodness. This song is no different. "Unholy Confessions" is probably the easiest A7X song in Rock Band, but that's not to say it's a cinch. Its riff is filled with hammer-ons and is really fun. It's nice to have another Avenged Sevenfold song that's without a finger-seizuring fast solo.
06.14.11 3:53pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
PRO Drums Review LunaticSoul
A7X songs always have pretty good Drum charts: The Rev was a good drummer with a lot of talent, which is clearly expressed in some of the madness you find inside the songs. However, I found his style in this album to be "amateur-ish" in comparison to his later works, hence the chart is good but not "that good". Fast octaves playing on the ride, a pretty simple beat which is just fast and tiresome instead of being technical, and a bit of drum fills which are not that hard.
Most of the difficult work here would be doing the double bass stepchart, which is absent in this Rock Band version. Other A7X songs have. IMHO, better charts. The song itself, though, is pretty cool and if you're a fan of the band you will not want to skip it. :p
06.18.11 8:10pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Avenged Sevenfold: Fun Even When Overplayed Gigakoops
So I start my Avenged Sevenfold reviews. Let me start by saying I don't hate the band. I like a few of their songs, and City of Evil is an awesome album. However, you can only play songs from one band so many times a day before getting a little pissy about it. So in a way I'm looking forward to fun charts, but I've played them all at least twenty times, most of the time not by choice.

That being said, this is a pretty good chart. The main riff has you zig-zagging around the fret board and anchoring different lower notes. The verses have a good mix of chords and HOPOs, and keeps you active the whole way through. The choruses, being the easiest part, has mostly chords with a few HOPOs here and there. There are a few different breakdowns, one of which has HOPOs all over and another has mostly sustains.

The key thing about this one is balance, which it does well. There's parts that have you going all over the place on the fret board and other parts where you can relax without doing absolutely nothing. This chart is definitely a strong one, and if you feel like fitting in with the cool kids in town and getting some songs from this band, make this one of them.
06.13.13 4:43am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
The pro guitar chart really played pretty well, the team they have doing these things does alot to keep them pretty similar to the real thing, there are some artificial or "pinch" harmonics that of course cant be charted to pro guitar and of course after learning somthing on pro guitar when you take it to realtar its up to the player to feel out bends, palm mutes vibrato and harmonics, overall i'd say this chart is a blast and i want more a7x pro ups!!! took me alittle bit of grinding before i could throw gold stars at this one but its so fun to play that it was an easy grind.
09.16.11 11:37am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Best A7X Guitar Chart In My Opinion. Poinkish
This guitar chart is extremely well charted, with a fun zig-zag hammer-on pattern that zips back and forth across the fretboard for the majority of the song, a fun chord strumming section during the clean vocals, and some litle tweaks and variations throughout. Probably the only A7X song not to have a solo in Rock Band I think as well. Totally reccomend this. The A7X song to own if you play Guitar.
06.22.11 10:00pm 1 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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