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On Saturday, Jan. 21, the famous London O2 Arena hosted a sold out show featuring Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, and In Flames, all of whom rocked the house for around 17,000 fans. 

As the long lines grew around the venue doors, fans waited impatiently to get into the arena for a close spot to watch the amazing line up. Each band brought their own powerful energy to their set and performed several hits which had the fans singing along loudly and proudly throughout the night. 

In Flames performed several songs from their latest album, Battles, including "The Truth" and "The End,"  as well as one of their biggest hits "Take This Life." After completing this tour, In Flames will be touring around Europe in the Spring, and have several U.S. festival spots booked later in the Spring and early Summer. 

Disturbed's famous pyro-heavy set was powerfully received, with fans crowd surfing to all their most popular songs. Additional crowd participation came during their famous cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "Sound of Silence," with fans holding their phone lights high as the band performed the beautiful acoustic track. "The Light" was an additional source of phone lighting during the chorus, as the fans joyously participated in the beautiful and powerful song. Their set closed with their most popular hits, including "Indestructible," "10,000 Fists," and "Down with the Sickness." After the U.K. leg of Disturbed's tour completes, they return to Europe later in the spring to complete the tour run for the Immortalized album cycle. 

Avenged Sevenfold brought their powerful stage show with large screen displays, showing the live stage video feed, as well as videos from some of their popular songs, which inlaced a large Space Man in the center back stage. The band performed  the title song from their newest album "The Stage," as well as hits like "The Beast and The Harlot," and closed the show with their old school "Unholy Confessions." They also included a short acoustic version of "Warmness on the Soul," a rare performance. Avenged Sevenfold continue their tour in Europe alongside Disturbed and have tour stops in the late Spring and early Summer in the U.S. 

Additional information on these artists is available on their AXS Performer Profile pages. 

Check out photos from their sold out London O2 show in the gallery above. Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, In Flames have one more show at the O2 arena  Sunday night on January 22, with a few tickets remaining at the door.