A few months ago, Megadeth and Slayer (with Testament) were touring together across North America on the Canadian and American Carnage tours, though it was cut short due to Tom Araya’s (Slayer) surgical needs. However, it has just been announced that the tour is back on, scheduled from late July through to early September. The locations include both Canada and America, despite being named “American Carnage”. If tickets to your show were canceled, it’s time to turn that frown upside down! Tickets go on sale on February 5th for most dates, some earlier. Be ready, there may be three monster metal bands headed your way!
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!
As you all know, my major contribution to this blog have been my infamous early reviews for albums (mainly progressive or metal). My obvious silence is a result of a lack of exciting album releases these past months, as well as personal reasons. But with our primary contributor leaving, I feel obligated to help seal the cracks in this dilapidated site. Some of you are probably asking, “Are you still alive and well?” Uh, well… we’re still alive. Now I don’t have any definite plans for the near future, but if this blog is still up and running into the new year, here’s what I have coming:
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