Do they love call of duty
I’m sure he loves call of duty black ops
Love these all released on one album
Where is A7X?
By Nanker Phelger
This band used to be fire and now they appear to be on their way out. Not happy about it, I love the music but after the Rev, with the exception of Mike Portnoy...they've faded fast. Really is too bad.
4stars for the new song
By 113456789 qwyt
4 Stars for packaging these songs together...
I like how they packaged their CoD Zombies music together although it is underwhelming when the tracks were already released years ago. It's a good package for new fans to pick up but old fans will be more critical. Glad you can buy individual tracks, though
I LOVE THIS ARTIST
I really love avenged sevenfold I first heard them when they had produced not ready to die for call of the dead and from then to I listen to them every day
To anyone crying about this
The band told everyone for two weeks what this EP was going to be on social media and in interviews. If you didn’t read and it attention, that’s on YOU, not the band. Tons of fans have been asking for these songs to be in one place for years. Great collection and Mad Hatter is fantastic. Maybe some fans will stop feeling so entitled and pay more attention to future releases.
I've had the last three songs for quite a few years now. Man, what a let down...
Sevenfold releases new track along with old favorites.
By M1911 Master
First, it’s worth noting that a lot of these reviewers simply trash the EP because two of the songs are re-releases. Not sure what the circumstances are of the creation of the EP since Warner Bros is the label. Also, this is NOT a new album. This is a collection of songs the band has written exclusively for the triple A game series, “Call Of Duty: Black Ops”.
There is one new song on this titled “Mad Hatter”, a track that will be used in CoD: BO4 zombies mode. The song channels Avenged’s usual sound, but is more relaxed and groove oriented, sending a dark alternative vibe to the track. A nice change of pace from their usual work, and adds a good bit of variety in the EP. “Jade Helm” is a series of riffs and sound bytes that were recorded for Black Ops 3’s multiplayer mode. There are some awkward pauses in the track, but that’s because each riff was created for a certain in-game purpose (spawn theme, winning/losing theme, etc.). Very cool bits from this one. “Not Ready to Die” and “Carry On” are also featured, but were previously released. These tracks are simply amazing, but are old, and add little value to those who
Overall, the EP is a very good representation of the band, but fails to deliver much that hasn’t been seen before. However, the content itself is more than good, and a first time listener will no doubt be blown away by these four tracks.