Metallica & Avenged Sevenfold Hit AT&T Stadium "Kill It"A very stoked crowd got exactly what they expected to hear at a "SOLD OUT "AT&T Stadium
at AT&T Stadium
Hail to the King
at AT&T Stadium
Review by DELGADO, with photos by Ryan Javier
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