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Avenged Sevenfold Singer Reflects On Late Bandmate The Rev

11/17/2016
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(Metal Hammer) M Shadows has revealed that he's kept late Avenged Sevenfold bandmate Jimmy 'The Rev' Sullivan's number in his phone. The drummer died in 2009 - but the vocalist says that, no matter how much time goes by, he'll never complete get over the tragedy.

Shadows tells 2 Hours With Matt Pinfield: "18 years of my life, he was literally at my house every single day. When you lose some that close, it's at times worse than losing a family member. Your whole world is ripped apart - everyone that knew him is a wreck emotionally.

"It goes on for years and years and years. You never fully recover from it - it's something you live with for the rest of your life."

He adds: "There's all those moments where you're like, 'Man, this would be great if he was here for this,' or you want to call him - his number's still in your phone." Read more here.

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