Thrash metal legends Megadeth have released another new song from their upcoming album ‘Super Collider’. Check out ‘Kingmaker’ below. Read the rest of this entry »
Thrash legends Megadeth have released a stream of their new song ‘Super Collider’. Check it out below. Read the rest of this entry »
It has been confirmed that Disturbed frontman David Draiman will provide guest vocals on Megadeth’s new album ‘Super Collider’. Read the rest of this entry »
Thrash legends Megadeth have posted another video update from the recording of their upcoming album ‘Super Collider’. Check it out below. Read the rest of this entry »
Thrash legends Megadeth have released a string of UK tour dates and revealed the first details of their upcoming studio album. Read the rest of this entry »
Thrash veterans Megadeth have announced today that they have officially parted ways with Roadrunner Records. Read the rest of this entry »
Now celebrating the 10th year since its inception, it’s obvious that to mark this important milestone in the event’s history, Download Festival was going to make it truly special weekend to remember. If we weren’t there, we would have thrown a tantrum. Here’s our review of what we thought of the Sunday of what would undoubtedly be a fantastic weekend of rock, metal, punk and alternative music:
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Along with an appearance at this year’s Download Festival, veteran metal outfit Megadeth have announced a very special one-off show in London this June. All details and ticket info can be found below:
You know when you’re on a night out, and you see someone that you sort of know, but haven’t really talked to before? Like a classmate, or a work colleague. You have a couple of drinks with them, and by the end of the night you’ve shared every secret you have and have proclaimed that they are the friend you never had. The next morning you wake up dazed and confused, and after those few seconds when you realise where you are it hits you how you made a total ass of yourself in front of the aforementioned acquaintance. Well, Megadeth are kind of like that. They’re a band that you’re slightly reluctant to listen to or like, but when you’re sat there with headphones blaring, you can’t help but think that you’re a total bellend for never listening to them. Fast forward one hour when the headphones are off though, and you wonder whether you did actually like them or not and you have to make the decision whether to further pursue them or just continue to ignore their existence.