To celebrate the longevity of their career, Megadeth is embarking on a special tour. It has been twenty years since the band has released what is commonly considered one of the greatest metal albums of all time, Rust in Peace. In commemoration, the album is to be performed in full. This is an opportunity that no metalhead can afford to miss!
In exactly two weeks (September 15), the highly acclaimed thrash metal band, Megadeth, is due to release their twelfth album. Since the reformation of Megadeth, they have released two albums; this is to be their third. It consists of eleven tracks, summing up to approximately 45 minutes. Though this upcoming record is entitled Endgame, it is doubtful that this album will mark the end of Megadeth.
Tonight was the night that we all have been waiting for (referring to the Edmonton-based metalhead double true followers… huh, guess that’s just me). Thrash metal legends, Megadeth, finally return to Edmonton after thirteen whole months, this time with Slayer! Trust me when I say it was well worth the wait.
Megadeth is still alive and well! Dave Mustaine seems to have found a somewhat stable lineup and has been hittin’ up the studios and riling up the head-banging crowds, making their presence noticed.
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