Avenged Sevenfold share Call Of Duty score

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Avenged Sevenfold have shared the score that they wrote for the video game Call Of Duty Black Ops III.

The instrumental pieces, known collectively as Jade Helm, are heard in snippets as players progress throughout the new Call Of Duty game, but can be heard in full and in order via the stream below.

A7X say in a brief statement: “Here is the score we did, entitled Jade Helm, for Call Of Duty Black Ops III. You can hear these pieces of music throughout the game. Please enjoy.”

Last week Avenged Sevenfold confirmed former Bad Religion member Brooks Wackerman as their new drummer, replacing Arin Ilejay on the drum stool.

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New music releases, 25th August 2014

Here are this week’s new and notable music releases for the 25th August 2014.

Adrenaline Rush
Adrenaline Rush, Adrenaline Rush

Pale Communion, Opeth
Royal Blood, Royal Blood
Waking The Fallen (Resurrected), Avenged Sevenfold
Manipulator, Ty Seagall
Tied To A Star, J Mascis
Annabel Dream Reader, The Wytches
The Man Upstairs, Robyn Hitchcock
Brill Bruisers, New Pornographers
Foundations Of Burden, Pallbearer
Influence, Phillip Sayce
Devil Seed, Wolf
Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe (Remastered Edition), Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe
High Voltage, Asia
Whispers, Tina Dico
Death Penalty, Death Penalty
Alarms In The Heart, Dry The River
Exit Wounds, The Haunted
Sunday ’91, Annie Eve
Rock Your Face Off, Kix
Phantom Shadow, Machinae Supremacy
Live & Deadly (Limited Edition), Lita Ford

All of the above – and many more! – are available via the Skin Back Alley Music Store, powered by Amazon A-Store.

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Avenged Sevenfold to re-release Waking The Fallen

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Avenged Sevenfold have confirmed that they are to re-release their seminal 2003 album, Waking The Fallen.

Waking The Fallen: Resurrected is scheduled for release on the 26th of August – exactly 11 years after the original album.

The …Resurrected edition will be released through Hopeless Records and will feature the original album, 11 previously unreleased tracks, a 30 minute feature film, music videos and more.

Check out the trailer below to see what you’re in for:

The full tracklisting for Waking The Fallen: Resurrected is as follows:

CD 1:
1. Waking The Fallen
2. Unholy Confessions
3. Chapter Four
4. Remenissions
5. Desecrate Through Reverence
6. Eternal Rest
7. Second Heartbeat
8. Radiant Eclipse
9. I Won’t See You Tonight Part 1
10. I Won’t See You Tonight Part 2
11. Clairvoyant Disease
12. And All Things Will End

CD 2:
1. Waking The Fallen: Resurrected
2. Second Heartbeat (Alternate Version)
3. Chapter Four (Demo)
4. Remenissions (Demo)
5. I Won’t See You Tonight Part 1 (Demo)
6. I Won’t See You Tonight Part 2 (Demo)
7. Intro/Chapter Four (Live In Ventura)
8 Desecrate Through Reverence (Live In Pomona)
9. Eternal Rest (Live In Pomona)
10. Unholy Confessions (Live In Ventura)
11. Second Heartbeat (Live In Ventura)
12. I Won’t See You Tonight Pt. 1 (Live In Ventura)*
13. I Won’t See You Tonight Pt. 2 (Live In Ventura)*
*Denotes bonus tracks only available via pre-orders

DVD:
1. Waking The Fallen: Resurrected Documentary
2. Chapter Four (Live Footage Video)
3. Unholy Confessions (Official Music Video)
4. Unholy Confessions (Original First Cut Music Video)

To pre-order the album, including the exclusive pre-order only tracks detailed above, click through to Hopeless Records.

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Stone Sour and Avenged Sevenfold plan double-header UK tour

Stone Sour and Avenged Sevenfold will be touring the UK together in the autumn, reports Kerrang!

Speaking exclusively to the UK rock weekly, Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor said that the co-headline tour is being planned as a specific reaction to the current trend in “watered down” bills.

“Tours in the past used to be huge events with different types of music,” explains Taylor. “Lately, tours have become watered down with same sounding bands and same sounding songs. What we’ll be offering is a great live and musical experience that will appeal to all different types of music lovers.”

Corey says that the bands are still looking for suitable opening acts for the tour, set to kick off in October.