Megadeth Unveil 'Thrashing Through the Snow' Parody Christmas Album

artist: megadeth date: 12/18/2013 category: entertainment
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Megadeth Unveil 'Thrashing Through the Snow' Parody Christmas Album
Showing their funny side, thrash behemoths Megadeth took part in "Jimmy Kimmel Live" holiday skit, debuting a parody Christmas album "Thrashing Through the Snow." Charging through metal-fueled renditions of such holiday classics as "Frosty the Snowman" and "The Little Drummer Boy," the band also presented a Jenny Lewis collaboration "Baby It's Cold Outside." On the more serious note, the four-piece took the "Kimmel Live" stage to deliver "Super Collider" opening track "Kingmaker." Dave and co. still know how to drop the fury live, check out the clip below and see for yourself. In related Megadeth news, Mustaine discussed the drugs widespread among today's youth, saying that "a new generation doesn't want to experience any emotions." On the more musical side, bassist David Ellefson debuted his Altitudes & Attitude project with Anthrax bassist Frank Bello, also featuring A Perfect Circle drummer Jeff Friedl and Ozzy axeman Gus G. "Super Collider" saw its release on June 4 via Tradecraft as the band's fourteenth studio effort.

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