Megadeth have made it official: TH1RT3EN, their 13th studio album, will be released on Nov. 1st! The new album features 13 blistering tracks from the thrash metal legends and will be the first album with bassist David Ellefson recorded since 2002′s Rude Awakening.
Bloody-Disgusting is thrilled to show you this exclusive interview with David Ellefson, original bassist of Megadeth! This interview was conducted on the American Carnage tour, which features the badass lineup of Testament, Megadeth, and Slayer. Coming up in a few weeks, the second leg of the American Carnage Tour will kick in with Anthrax replacing Testament. At that point, we have three out of the four needed for the Big Four tour (which David chats about in the interview). Make sure to check out the interview after the jump to hear his thoughts on Megadeth, horror, and the Big Four tour!
Megadeth founder and frontman Dave Mustaine has announced the return of original bassist David Ellefson (1983-2002) to the iconic multi-platinum group. This reunion is appropriately timed to Megadeth’s upcoming historic month-long Rust In Peace 20th anniversary tour which launches March 1 in Spokane, WA. At these incredibly special shows, Megadeth will play their landmark, genre-defining 1990 album Rust In Peace in its entirety, in addition to other Megadeth favorites. READ MORE