Megadeth’s New Album, ‘The Sick, The Dying And The Dead’, To Be Released In The Spring

MEGADETH's New Album 'The Sick, The Dying And The Dead' To Release This Spring

MEGADETHnew album, “The sick, the dying and the dead” tentatively expires in spring 2022.

MEGADETH Leader Dave mustaine revealed the timeline for the release of the next LP in an interview with American Songwriter magazine. In chat, which also covers Mustainethe battle against cancer and its recent sponsorship deal with Gibson, the 60-year-old musician said that “The sick, the dying and the dead” The title song is about the plague, but it does not focus solely on the current pandemic. A broader and more historical scope of the diseases that have plagued humanity throughout time, “The sick, the dying and the dead” covers today’s virus, swine flu, and other epidemics from centuries past.

“The song itself was a historical journey of how the plague began and where it went, beginning with rats on ships carrying the disease, reaching land in Sicily.” Mustaine said.

According to Mustaine, the music for “The sick, the dying and the dead” It was compiled from riffs and music that he had archived for years, some from his teens. “A lot of the riffs have been saved over time,” he said. “A new song can be made up of something I wrote when I was 15 or 55 years old. If it’s a good riff, I’ll save it.”

Mustaine added that guitarist Kiko loureiro and drummer Dirk verbeuren They both participated in the reconstruction of the songs on the album, which was recorded primarily in Nashville, with Laurel working on his pieces from his home in Finland.

Mustaine has yet to reveal who played bass on the new MEGADETH album after David ellefsonThe tracks were removed from the LP following his dismissal from the band in late May.

Ellefson put his bass tracks on MEGADETHSixteenth LP in May 2020 at a studio in Nashville, Tennessee.

In July, Mustaine announced during an episode of his Give me radio Program “The Dave Mustaine Show” that Ellefsonbass tracks would not be used in the new MEGADETH LP.

In early May, the same day that the sexually overtones and explicit video footage Ellefson were published in Twitter, issued a statement on Instagram denying all comments on social media that he “groomed” an underage fan. He also filed a report with the Scottsdale, Arizona police department alleging the illegal distribution of sexually explicit images of Ellefson by unknown criminals. In the report, Ellefson admitted that she had been exchanging sexual text messages with a Dutch teenager, who captured a video of several of her virtual “masturbation encounters” without her consent and shared them with friends. (According to Ellefson, the woman was 19 years old at the time of her first virtual sexual encounter). Ellefson, who lives in Scottsdale, first learned of the video on May 9, when the claim “David ellefson from MEGADETH is a pedophile “appeared in Instagram. Ellefson told police he was notified on May 14 by MEGADETH that the gang would part ways with him. Three days later, he was fired.

MEGADETH recently completed “The Metal Tour of the Year” with LAMB OF GOD, TRIVIUM and HATE BREED.

Ellefson I was in MEGADETH from the band’s beginnings in 1983 to 2002, and again from 2010 to their last game.

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