The first sample of new music since the end MEGADETH battery Nick menzaThe dug up drum riffs have just premiered via Menza Nation YouTube channel and can be streamed next. The music is being produced by ex MEGADETH bass guitarist David ellefson, which is recruiting “a handful of different” musicians from around the world to record new riffs and add new parts to Menzaexisting riffs – an expected 13 tracks that are touted as “the heaviest and fastest drum material Nick ever created “.
In a video announcing his participation in the project, Ellefson He said, “We are actually recording some new riffs and parts of some Nick menza drum riffs that it has, some parts that are brand new. Posthumously, we are forming a new band with Nick. I have a handful of different people from our industry around the world participating in this. And I’m going to write some new riffs and some new stuff. “
This past September, Screaming Butterfly Entertainment announced a partnership with Ellefson and his Ellefson Movies about the upcoming feature documentary “This was my life: the story of Nick Menza”. Ellefson has signed on as a co-producer on the film, and will also provide narration to guide the viewer through the exploration of the end times. MEGADETH the drummer’s life.
Along with the announcement of EllefsonAs an adjunct to the film, an Indiegogo campaign has been launched to raise funds for the making of the film. Fans have the opportunity to support the production of the film directly, as well as to obtain some rare officials. Nick menza memorable things. These items include various personally owned and authentically signed tour laminates by Menza himself and Ellefson. In addition to souvenirs, fans can buy new ones Nick menza merchandise, including hats, posters, and even Nick menza Skateboards. Fans can even have their names and a message added to the end credits of the film.
The campaign can be found at this location.
“This was my life” it will be the first film to commemorate Menzalegacy and celebrate your life exactly as it was. It is described in a press release as “an unwavering exploration of the life of one of the most successful thrash-metal drummers of all time, licensed by the Menza family. From his childhood to the end of his life, including a true step-by-step account of the repeated failed attempts of the classic. ‘Rust in peace’ line up.”
“This was my life” will feature rare and never-before-seen photos and videos of NickArchived VHS tape collection, personally filmed by Menza himself from 1988 to 1991. Exclusive content showing Nick working in the studio, personal home movies, casual time, and party time with your bandmates, as well as other well-known artists of the time who Nick travel with. A screenshot of the film was recently released that included an interview with the former LAMB OF GOD/MEGADETH battery Chris adler.
Late on the night of May 21, 2016, Nick collapsed after suffering a heart attack during a concert with Chris Poland and Robertino “Pag” Pagliari in his band OHM: at The Baked Potato in Studio City, California and was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital. The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Department said Menza died of hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.
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