Sunday To-Do: State of Chaos Tour | Rock Candy

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Sunday To-Do: State of Chaos Tour

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Avengend Sevenfold.

4 p.m., Riverfest Amphitheatre. $27.

The premier hard rock festival on the road right now makes a stop in Little Rock. Yeah, it's a Sunday fairly early in the afternoon, but I suspect you can rally. So-Cal's Avenged Sevenfold — the only band to headline the Warped Tour and Ozzfest — leads the pack behind its latest self-titled, self-produced album, which debuted last year at number four on the Billboard charts. Atreyu, from Orange County, Calif., may be named for the kid in “The Neverending Story,” but they kick out punchy hard rock. Hugely popular British metal band Bullet for My Valentine comes through on only its second stateside tour. Plus, there are bands like Blessthefall, from Arizona, and Mucc, from Japan, that sound in the neighborhood of what you'd expect.

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