frontman Dave Mustaine
has officially announced David Draiman
as a special guest vocalist on the group's forthcoming release "Super Collider."
According to Mustaine, Draiman gave his contribution to the new record by singing on a total of 2 tracks titled "Forget To Remember"
and "Dance In The Rain."
"Big thanks to David Draiman for vocal/singing help on 'Super Collider'. Can't wait to see Device live!"
the frontman said via his Twitter account.
"It's true!' David Draiman delivered on 'Forget To Remember' and 'Dance In The Rain.' The songs are way better too!"
Draiman himself has stated it was an "honor and a privilege"
to perform on the new Megadeth release, giving Mustaine "all respect."
So it appears we finally got an answer to the question of the special guest vocalist
mentioned by Megadeth during last month. However, details regarding yet another guest singer, country legend Willie Nelson
, still remain unknown. It was recently revealed that Nelson might perform on the song titled "The Blackest Crow"
, but the information is yet to be confirmed at the moment.
"Super Collider" is set for a June 4 release via Mustaine's own record label Tradecraft, powered by Universal Records. With Johnny K.
, Machine Head
) at the helm of production, the "Th1rt3en"
follow-up will mark the 14th release in the band's catalogue and the first one not to feature a lineup change from the preceding record since 1997 and "Cryptic Writings."
As far as current activity from David Draiman goes, the singer is busy with his new band Device
, with whom he is preparing for the self-titled debut album release on April 9 via Warner Bros. Records. You can check out the recently streamed new single "You Think You Know"
at the following link