“Like a true warrior.”
“Dave is a fighter and he’s at his best when he’s pissed off…so look out cancer!”
Complete with a cover of a Soundgarden classic.
“Talk or shut the fuck up.”
“Shocked, devastated and saddened don’t begin to describe my feelings”
Some very scientific projections using the Oldify app.
The fiery frontman calls bullshit on the perception he’s hard to work with in a recent radio interview.
Dave Mustaine has spoken more about the guitar tech that he publicly fired following Megadeth‘s recent show in Brisbane. While chatting with fans yesterday via Periscope (a live video streaming platform owned by Twitter), MegaDave refused to apologise for posting a video in which he called the tech a “piece o’ shite” and a “waste
Dave Mustaine has delivered a minute-long announcement that he has fired his “piece o’shite” guitar technician after Megdaeth‘s show at Brisbane’s Eatons Hill Hotel last night. Mustaine took to his Periscope account after Megadeth’s set, which was the group’s final show of their current Australian tour, to apologise to fans and to berate his guitar
Megadeth have touched down in WA and are getting ready to kick off their first Australian tour in half a decade. Tonight’s show in Perth will mark just the second time ever that the band’s new lineup has played together on the same stage, and frontman Dave Mustaine is pumped. MegaDave hasn’t felt this jazzed
Megadeth have made good on their promise of new material, today unveiling their new track Fatal Illusion online. A hint at what is to come from their newly-titled new album, Dystopia, due to be released on January 22nd 2016, Fatal Illusion showcases the seminal thrash act’s new lineup, proving founders Dave Mustaine and Dave Ellefson
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has denied reports that Megadeth are responsible for dropping heavy metal outfit Newsted, fronted by Jason Newsted, ex-bassist for Mustaine’s former outfit, Metallica, from their recently announced Soundwave 2014 sideshow tour. Yesterday, Soundwave announced that the thrash metal legends requested that Newsted be removed from the triple bill, which also includes
Megadeth mastermind Dave Mustaine has attempted to crush floating rumours underfoot, specifically speculation that his band are the anonymous outfit to whom Slayer frontman Tom Araya was referring when he explained that “one particular band” was preventing more Big Four shows. “It’s not the politics between bands; it’s the politics of character in one particular
Disturbed‘s David Draiman will be a guest vocalist on Megadeth‘s forthcoming album Super Collider, if tweets from Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine are to be believed. Mustaine churned out two tweets overnight alluding to Drainman’s inclusion on the record. The first thanked him for laying down some vocals, and giving a quick plug for his side
Though there’s still a few months until its June release date, the 14th studio album from Megadeth, Super Collider, is now fully recorded, with the band taking to Facebook and Twitter to tell the world the good news and also explain some strange curiosities to do with the number 13. The band have been working
Megadeth have entered the mixing stage of their forthcoming record – according to an update from frontman Dave Mustaine. Mustaine did a brief post on his Facebook page, in which he told fans that he was “pumped” about the new material, and that they’ll soon have some tracks to listen to. “Played guitar, sang, &
Everyone give Dave Mustaine a high five. In another example of why heavy metal stars are some of the nicest people on earth, the Megadeth frontman is funding a new soup kitchen, which is being set up in Haiti. Haiti is recognised as the poorest country in the Americas, according to the Human Development Index,
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine now has one of the most metal stories to tell ever. Brent E. Hendrixson Ph.D. and the scientific community have tipped their hat to the iconic Mustaine by naming a recently discovered species of tarantula after him. …And no, it’s not a ginger spider. Nor was it kicked out of a
Megadeth’s frontman Dave Mustaine has taken the time during a gig in Singapore to express his views on the recent violent tragedies of the cinema shooting in Aurora, Colorado; and the Wisconsin Sikh Temple murders. While conversing with the crowd during Megadeth’s performance at Fort Canning in Singapore on August 7, Mustaine has suggested both