Revolver Interviews M Shadows About Call Of Duty And "Not Ready To Die." - Avenged Sevenfold

Revolver Interviews M Shadows About Call Of Duty And "Not Ready To Die."

Revolver Magazine spoke with M Shadows for a great interview that revolved around “Call Of Duty” and their brand new song “Not Ready To Die.” You can read the entire thing here.

What do you love about Call of Duty?
I don’t know, I just love the competition of being online, and the Call of Duty series, to me, has always been just the one that you can always count on to have a great game coming out next. I love Modern Warfare 2, I loved World at War, I loved all the games. But Black Ops, to me, was so balanced and, not to completely nerd out with you, but there’s so many little things if you’re a video-game player and a first-person-shooter player that you would love about Black Ops that they improved upon from Modern Warfare 2. And if you’re looking at “Zombies,” it’s like a completely separate game. And it’s just as fun to play that as it is to play the multiplayer online. It’s one of those things where you get all this stuff wrapped up into one game. I guess that’s why I’m a big fan of it. I’ve been playing Black Ops since the day it came out, and I still play it to this day online with my clan and stuff. So it’s fun stuff.

What do you think of the new “Zombie” level?

I think it’s awesome. You know, it’s tough to say because I got to be play it on God mode, so I got to run around it, check it out. “Zombies” is weird, because it’s really tough to play it by yourself. A lot of it depends on what weapons you’re getting, and especially from the box. You can get something awesome and just rape, and then you can get a bunch of pistols and come out and be broke. So it’s a weird game and I like playing it with my friends online because a lot of them are better at it than I am because they’ve been playing it for years. And I’m kind of newer to “Zombies.” I’m more into playing the multiplayer maps online, so to me, I love it and it’s crazy. But the new map, it’s hard for me to say exactly what the strategy or whatever is going to be for it, but it looks really cool. There are a bunch of mini-bosses and all sorts of crazy things that I know people are going to be really excited about.