Megadeth Asking Fans For Guest Singer Suggestions

artist: megadeth date: 02/08/2013 category: general music news
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Megadeth Asking Fans For Guest Singer Suggestions
Thrash titans Megadeth are currently working hard on a new studio release in the Vic's Garage studio in San Marco, California. After revealing that the album has entered the mixing stage, the band is now asking which guest vocalist would you like to hear and see working with Megadeth. "Any ideas for a guest singer on a track? I have a few ideas, but wanna know what you think", stated the group via official Facebook page. The record itself was recently announced as "dark, heavy and fast", so the guest vocalist should probably fit into this description. The fourteenth studio album will be produced by Johnny K, known for his previous work with bands such as Disturbed, Sevendust, Machine Head and Staind. James Hetfield, Bruce Dickinson, Alice Cooper, Till Lindemann of Rammstein, Zakk Wylde and Alice Cooper are just several of the candidates fans have singled out. But what are your opinions? Who would you like to hear on a new Megadeth album? Would you like to see James Hetfield working with Mustaine again? Or perhaps his godfather Alice Cooper? Metal legend Bruce Dickinson? Or maybe Oderus Urungus from GWAR? Post your thoughts in the comments section below.
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