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Update: Avenged Sevenfold is now streaming "Nobody" here alongside the announcement of their new album and two massive shows! The original story is as follows.

Original story: After a long series of teases that all started with the band getting "hacked" in February, Avenged Sevenfold is finally giving fans a concrete answer.

The band has posted a mysterious livestream video with a countdown that ends tomorrow, March 14 at 11am EST. The video also seems to confirm the theory that Life Is But A Dream is the album title (look at the artwork on the right), and that artist Wes Lang is involved with the artwork (the similarities are… too similar).

Two other interesting things to note about the video – seems like the theory that the first single being called "Nobody" is correct given the title off to the left, and doesn't that logo with the hourglass look familiar? It's the exact same logo one fan got as a postcard along with their merchandise in 2022. So clearly Avenged Sevenfold has been playing the long game with this one.

As a recap – it all started over the weekend when Avenged Sevenfold was "hacked." Fake cancellations for festivals were posted to their social media and an AI replicant of vocalist M. Shadows got onto the band's podcast to read off a statement.

Avenged Sevenfold responded that none of what everyone was seeing was true, and eventually issued a statement saying "Our accounts were compromised over the weekend and have now been recovered. Our festival appearances have not been cancelled. For the time being, please go to our Discord at the link in our bio for all future communications. Thank you for your patience."

The games really began when the "hacker" revealed themselves to be Libad5343. Libad5343 posted a photo of themselves logged in to the Avenged Sevenfold Twitter account on a browser that also had the site Libad5343.net open. That site kept changing over to offer fans vague clues and puzzles to figure out, and eventually told everyone to go "touch grass." The site has since returned to its original form.

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