AVENGED SEVENFOLD Contributes New Song 'Carry On' To 'Call Of Duty: Black Ops II' Video Game

A new AVENGED SEVENFOLD song entitled "Carry On" can be streamed below. The track will be featured on the soundtrack to the video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops II", due out on November 13.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD previously contributed a song called "Not Ready To Die" to the content pack for "Call Of Duty: Black Ops", the wildly successful seventh installment in the "Call Of Duty" video game series developed by Treyarch Studio and published by Activision.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD's fifth album, "Nightmare", was certified gold for sales of more than half a million copies.

The record was the band's first following the death of drummer and songwriter James "The Rev" Sullivan in December 2009 from a drug overdose.

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In January 2011, AVENGED SEVENFOLD named former CONFIDE member Arin Ilejay as the band's new touring drummer, replacing Mike Portnoy (ex-DREAM THEATER).


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