Warner Bros Records sues Avenged Sevenfold

Murray Stassen

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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