Avenged Sevenfold Teases New Song Written For Call of Duty Black Ops Video Game and Nobody Noticed

Avenged Sevenfold Teases New Song Written For Call of Duty Black Ops Video Game and Nobody Noticed

Last month Avenged Sevenfold forsaken a outrageous spirit about a tentative recover of a new song, and nobody seemed to notice, until now. As reported by Loudwire, on Aug 15h, Avenged Sevenfold expelled a summation video from their European festival dates. At a finish of a clip, a trademark for a video game Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 appears and a brief dash of new strain is heard. This is in anxiety to a arriving game, that is set to dump on Oct 12th and will underline a new A7X strain as partial of a soundtrack.

This is not a initial time A7X has expelled a strain for a video diversion franchise, as a lane “Carry On” was expelled for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. There is no word nonetheless on when a soundtrack manuscript will drop, yet deliberation that a video diversion comes out in a small over a month, fans can design new strain from A7X someday in a nearby future.

There is no word nonetheless on when Avenged Sevenfold will recover a new full-length manuscript as they are still perplexing to solve a extensive legal dispute with their record label, yet a rope did reissue their latest record, The Stage, progressing this year. There has been small other activity from a rope as they were forced to cancel their large North American debate with a Prophets of Rage due to lead thespian M. Shadows wanting to go on outspoken rest.

You can watch Avenged Sevenfold’s summation video in a actor below. The new strain dash starts during around a 3:57 symbol in a video.

Photo credit Mauricio Alvarado

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