Megadeth have posted a compilation of studio clips from their latest recording sessions.
It shows the band recording new album "Super Collider" at Dave Mustaine's studio Vic's Garage in California. It will be their first release on Mustaine's new label Tradecraft, which will operate in partnership with Universal.
Mustaine says they have an album of material already recorded and believes it's their best album yet - but it isn't over yet.
"We have eleven songs already recorded. We wanna give [the label] thirteen, 'cause, you know, the B-sides and Japanese releases and all that kind of crazy stuff," he said (via Blabbermouth).
In January, bassist David Ellefson said: "Having a great week here at Vic's Garage laying down bass on the new songs. Really some great, great songs taking shape at this point in the recording process.
"One of them totally reminded me of the earliest stuff back when we first met. Fast, ripppin' and fully bringing the REAL old-school MEGADETH sound!!!"
Meanwhile, former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland has discussed an unusual new project with 60s band Hawkwind. "[Me and Gar Samuelson] composed the music, and existing members of Hawkwind are going to overdub over the top of it," Poland told Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles. "And some guys from The Doors, you know, just bands from that era, whoever they can find. It was a blast, man."
Watch Megadeth recording "Super Collider" here:
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