Jikki Nair for New Stratis Times has posted the following "Super Collider" album review. "HEAVY metal sounds awesome with the 30-year old Megadeth. Even after selling 38 million albums worldwide, founder and frontman Dave Mustaine hasn’t turned blasé with success."
David Draiman (DISTURBED, DEVICE) joined MEGADETH on stage this this past Monday night (July 22) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada to contribute guest vocals on MEGADETH's song "Dance In The Rain" from the album "Super Collider". Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be seen below.
Wendy Jasper-Martinez of KNAC.com recently conducted an interview with Dave Mustaine. "Megadeth is a band that has stood the test of time and has proven to the masses that they are one of metal’s most forceful entities. Band founder, singer and guitarist Dave Mustaine has formulated an annual concert package, Gigantour, that offers something for metal fans of all ages..."
Chat Live with Chris Broderick of Megadeth at www.gigantour.com Thursday, July 25 @ 5PM Mountain Time (23:00 GMT). Chris will be checking in from Calgary, AB to fill you in on all things Mega and Gigantour! The chat room is located at the Gigantour Forums and open to all fans. Registration is easy. See you there! http://bit.ly/12wGp8i
Ted Shaw for the Calgary Herald has posted the following article. "If the other members of Megadeth had their way, the band’s 30th anniversary this year would be celebrated in grand style. But leader Dave Mustaine doesn’t need cake and candles to mark the occasion.
Dave Mustaine has made Denver Westword's "Top Ten Best Pioneering Metal Frontmen" list. "The founder and only consistent member of Megadeth, Mustaine has been the driving force of one of the big four of thrash for nearly thirty years."
"Rooster", of 94.5 KFMX Radio recently conducted an interview with Dave Mustaine. "Over the past few weeks I had the opportunity to interview Megadeth front man Dave Mustaine twice over the phone and this past Saturday the day of The Gigantour I got to meet the man himself, face to face."