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Talk Is Jericho Podcast – M Shadows Of Avenged Sevenfold.
January 28, 2014, 9:24 pm
Filed under: Interviews, M Shadows

M Shadows was a guest on Chris Jericho’s Talk Is Jericho podcast (9:10) and spoke about reactions from fans upon hearing new music from Avenged Sevenfold, selling 160,000+ albums during this day and age, choosing set-lists and what their set-list plans are for upcoming tours, doing as much as they can with their stage production, having three major stage sets to rotate usage with, how much the “Bat Country” music video cost to make, the decline of physical album sales over the years, creating their stage-name as teenagers, how the band got involved with the Call Of Duty franchise, filming their Call Of Duty cameo, Avenged Sevenfold’s Hail To The King: Deathbat game and how Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan is involved, recording new songs for Hail To The King: Deathbat and including new versions of older songs, how life is 4 years after Jimmy’ passing and what he misses the most about him, giving Arin Ilejay the opportunity to build his own legacy, what his favorite song to play live is (it’s also his favorite song that Avenged Sevenfold has written) and much more.

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Great interview! Adam Shadler? Chris is hilarious!

Comment by Forever Avenged

It’s a good interview, but what bugs me about radio call-in interviews is the host’s microphone.
I know that it’s hard to make a phone-call sound super clear, over the radio, but it’s harder to follow what is being said when the show host (in this case, Jericho) is constantly going ‘mm-hm’, ‘right’ and ‘yeah’ directly into the mic – the mic is louder and clearer than the call.
Perhaps the mic volume could be turned down while Shads talks, and turned back up when a question or opinion is needed.
That’s my opinion about ALL phone interviews on the radio, not just this.
But, in all, it was an interesting listen.

Comment by Sarah Myers

I loved hearing about the live show and hearing more about the production of it all. To me it almost sounds like they have rented out storage for their stages in separate countries. “Yea, we just left the deathbat chilling in England…”

(not an exact quote)

Comment by Steve




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