Avenged Sevenfold are trying to exit their contract with Warner Bros. Records after releasing four albums on the label since 2005, and are now being sued for damages, according to a report in Billboard.
The band are trying to use California's “seven-year rule” to do so, which allows the exit from personal contracts after seven years have passed, but only under certain circumstances.
According to Billboard's report, the 70-year-old law allowing the exit of an agreement after seven years was ...
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