With Christmas coming this week, Loudwire recently asked a few rockers for their favorite holiday memories. Avenged Sevenfold ‘s M. Shadows was one of those musicians, and like many children of his age, his first gaming system was his favorite gift he ever got.
Avenged Sevenfold recently released a new song "Carry On" on the smash video game, Call of Duty: Black Ops II . They also appear in the game, after the credits, as animated versions of themselves, playing the new track. We recently had a chance to chat with A7X frontman M. Shadows and we talked not only about "Carry On" and Call of Duty but also about his band's next album, due in 2013, and his favorite record of 2012.Wiki info
Shadows has made guest appearances on numerous albums by various artists. He is featured on the Steel Panther album Feel the Steel and sings a verse of "Turn out the Lights. " He also produced The Confession's 2007 album, Requiem, which, according to an interview, M. Shadows was one of the first steps which led to Avenged Sevenfold self-producing their 2007 self-titled album. Shadows also sings In "The River" by Good Charlotte on the album Good Morning Revival along with fellow band member Synyster Gates with his guitar solo. In 2012 Shadows and fellow Avenged Sevenfold member Synyster Gates made a brief cameo in the war game Call of Duty: Black Ops II in which they provided the voiceover of. Also, in June 2013, Matt competed in the sold out 128-team Call of Duty bracket at MLG Anaheim, placing in the Top 48. The April 2013 release of the band Device's self-titled album featured his vocals throughout track 9, "Haze". Shadows also sang "Nothing to Say" in Slash's self-titled solo album, as well as "Go Alone" in Hell or Highwater's debut album. He was also featured on Fozzy's album Sin and Bones singing alongside Chris Jericho in the song "Sandpaper".
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