Altitudes & Attitude (Megadeth/Anthrax) Premiere New Music Video For “Part Of Me”

Altitudes & Attitude premiere an official music video for their track “Part Of Me“. The band pairs Megadeth‘s David Ellefson with Anthrax‘s Frank Bello and they’ll be out for an U.S. mini-tour together next month. Guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal is expected to sit in with them on the below run of dates:

04/03 Chicago, IL – Reggie’s
04/04 Ft. Wayne, IN – Sweetwater
04/05 Dayton, OH – Oddbody’s Music Room
04/06 Fremont, OH – Midwest Rhythm Summit
04/07 Flint, MI – Machine Shop

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Roadkiller Premiere Full-Album Stream Of Brand New Self-Titled EP

Thrash metal unit Roadkiller are now streaming the entirety of their self-titled EP. The album is highly recommended for fans of Megadeth, Motorhead and Exhorder.

Listen/Buy/Stream the EP below:

Roadkiller by Roadkiller

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Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Hints That Metallica Are The Holdouts On More “The Big Four” Concerts – Suggests Touring As “The Big Three”

With Slayer calling it quits after one final world tour, Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine lately expressed his hopes that “The Big Four” (Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax) would perform at least one more show before they officially become “The Big Three”.

In a recent interview Mustaine further spoke of the potential for a few more shows from the “Big Four” and the possibility that they do it without Metallica, who appear to be the holdout. Says Mustaine:

“I think if you asked the three of us that, our camps would probably say yes. If Anthrax, Slayer and Megadeth all want to do it, and Metallica doesn’t, then what do we do? The Big Three? I’m sure that a lot of people would like to see that, and that may be what it is. You know, you may end up having it be the Big Three plus No. 5 if we have Exodus play with it. But it’s not about just doing concerts for the sake of concerts. It was about the movement. It was about what we did together as a group.

Excluding Anthrax, we’re all like neighbors almost ’cause we all lived so close. It was just a half hour to an hour at at most between each other’s houses on the freeway. So, I think it would be great to do more “Big Four” stuff – do one in Japan. Do one in South America – we never did one in South America; we haven’t done one in Asia. Give the people an opportunity to see it before it goes away forever.”

?? Attention #metal fans ?? @Megadeth‘s @DaveMustaine tells @EddieTrunk whether a #BigFour show will happen before @Slayer retires ?? @Anthrax @Metallica pic.twitter.com/Hoia0qCSKQ

— SiriusXM VOLUME (@siriusxmvolume) January 30, 2018

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Dave Mustaine Tells His Initial Vision With Megadeth Was To Destroy Metallica – Thinks He Is Now Over His Animosity Now

When asked by a fan on Twitter what his measure of success and vision was when starting Megadeth, he answered:

“My measure of success was if I ate that day or not, and my vision was destroy @Metallica and stop living in a van. Good thing I got over my animosity for leaving the band. I’m glad we reconciled… where’s the Big 4 shows???””

Mustaine was ejected from Metallica in the early 80s for his drug abuse. Mustaine and Metallica reconciled back in 2004.

My measure of success was if I ate that day or not, and my vision was destroy @Metallica and stop living in a van. Good thing I got over my animosity for leaving the band. I’m glad we reconciled… where’s the Big 4 shows??? https://t.co/nmq6eBIeeH

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) January 13, 2018

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Saxon Debut Title Track Of Upcoming New Album “Thunderbolt”

NWBHM legends Saxon will release their new 22nd studio album, “Thunderbolt”, on February 2 via Militia Guard (Silver Lining Music). The new outing was once again helmed by producer Andy Sneap, who has previously worked with Judas Priest, Megadeth among others. The album will feature original artwork by longtime Saxon collaborator Paul Raymond Gregory.

An official video for the title track can be seen below:

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My Enemies & I Premieres New Track “The Game” From Upcoming Debut Album “The Beast Inside”

Richmond, VA’s metalcore outfit My Enemies & I is streaming its new track titled “The Game“. It’s from the band’s new Johnny K (Disturbed, Megadeth) produced album, “The Beast Inside“, out November 03rd on Fearless Records.

Check it out below.

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Six Feet Under’s Chris Barnes To Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine: “You’re The King Of The Assholes”

Last night Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine publicly took issue with Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel over his version of how he unsuccessfully tried to sign Megadeth in the 1980s in his new book “For The Sake Of Heaviness: The History Of Metal Blade Records”. While Mustaine and Slagel appear to have since buried the hatchet, the manner in which Dave Mustaine called out Brian Slagel drew a fiery response from Six Feet Under’s vocalist Chris Barnes. Six Feet Under is signed to Metal Blade Records.

Barnes tweeted the following:

You sir are a FUCKING ASSHOLE.

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

Takes one to know one. https://t.co/i8qrXTlHFt

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Yeah I guess so.. But you’re the King of the assholes, enjoy your throne. https://t.co/S1c3w6A4oL

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

Chris what would you do if someone wrote something false about your band? Not that anyone would. Would you speak up or would you do nothing? https://t.co/Tgo2VH1OGK

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

I think he’s trying to protect Brian, but completely failed. Ignobility ruined his message. Now he looks like trash and that’s sad. ?? https://t.co/WIopGefdeR

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Some unknown Seattle musician from metal blade that made a fool out of himself. Big talk from a cell phone. https://t.co/qJj91rqz4a

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Too funny. I would defend my label too, but not like that. Now he just looks ignorant after Brian apologized. I hear crow taste like chicken https://t.co/IIMx1g6Uks

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

I’m vegetarian

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

No one cares Chris. You are a complete waste of time for all my followers and your one. Have a life. https://t.co/HzReQdp4Kv

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Awwwwww someone went bye bye boo hoo ?????? pic.twitter.com/FRajtShpK5

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

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Six Feet Under’s Chris Barnes To Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine: “You’re The King Of The Assholes”

Last night Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine publicly took issue with Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel over his version of how he unsuccessfully tried to sign Megadeth in the 1980s in his new book “For The Sake Of Heaviness: The History Of Metal Blade Records”. While Mustaine and Slagel appear to have since buried the hatchet, the manner in which Dave Mustaine called out Brian Slagel drew a fiery response from Six Feet Under’s vocalist Chris Barnes. Six Feet Under is signed to Metal Blade Records.

Barnes tweeted the following:

You sir are a FUCKING ASSHOLE.

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

Takes one to know one. https://t.co/i8qrXTlHFt

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Yeah I guess so.. But you’re the King of the assholes, enjoy your throne. https://t.co/S1c3w6A4oL

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

Chris what would you do if someone wrote something false about your band? Not that anyone would. Would you speak up or would you do nothing? https://t.co/Tgo2VH1OGK

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

I think he’s trying to protect Brian, but completely failed. Ignobility ruined his message. Now he looks like trash and that’s sad. ?? https://t.co/WIopGefdeR

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Some unknown Seattle musician from metal blade that made a fool out of himself. Big talk from a cell phone. https://t.co/qJj91rqz4a

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Too funny. I would defend my label too, but not like that. Now he just looks ignorant after Brian apologized. I hear crow taste like chicken https://t.co/IIMx1g6Uks

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

I’m vegetarian

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

No one cares Chris. You are a complete waste of time for all my followers and your one. Have a life. https://t.co/HzReQdp4Kv

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) October 24, 2017

Awwwwww someone went bye bye boo hoo ?????? pic.twitter.com/FRajtShpK5

— Chris Barnes (@sixfeetofficial) October 24, 2017

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Immolation Live At Decibel Metal and Beer Fest 2017 Streaming

New York death metal legends of Immolation took the stage on Saturday, April 22 at Decibel Metal and Beer Fest. “Max Volume Silence Live” was there to record the band’s set in full, which you can check out below.

The video also captures Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine introducing Immolation.

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MEGADETH KICKS OFF NORTH AMERICAN TOUR ON JUNE 23, 2017 Special Guests Include Meshuggah, TesseracT and Lillake

GRAMMY® Award winning Thrash Metal pioneers MEGADETH have announced the details for the 2017 leg of their North American Tour, which kicks off on June 23 in Big Flats, NY. This headlining tour will take them across the U.S as well as Canada. Tickets for the North American Tour go on sale beginning April 21?check […]

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MEGADETH KICKS OFF NORTH AMERICAN TOUR ON JUNE 23, 2017 Special Guests Include Meshuggah, TesseracT and Lillake

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