Dave Mustaine Studying 'Crazy Science Stuff' for New Megadeth Album

artist: megadeth date: 08/27/2013 category: upcoming releases
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Dave Mustaine Studying 'Crazy Science Stuff' for New Megadeth Album
After revealing the initial new album plans, Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine recently shared some of the lyrical themes he's looking to delve into on the next record. "I have been studying a lot of world history and a lot of crazy science stuff for new lyrics," Mustaine tweeted. "This world is so fascinating!" Despite their latest album "Super Collider" being less that three months old, thrash titans are planing to pull another one off and in a way oppose the current trend of lengthy studio breaks between records. "We're planning our next time to go into the studio to start demoing up our next record," the frontman told 93X Radio. "You know, time is short. Nobody knows how long they're gonna live. You see what happened with Jeff Hanneman, so I wanna write as much as I can while I can." The four-piece will also release "Countdown to Extinction: Live" on September 24, a concert record featuring full performance of classic 1992 album "Countdown to Extinction." As the fourteenth studio effort in Megadeth opus, "Super Collider" saw its release on June 4 via Tradecraft, scoring a No. 6 debut on the Billboard 200 chart with 29,000 copies sold in the US within the first week.
So how about those lyrical themes? And do you like the fast pace the band is working at? Let us know in the comments.
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