Megadeth reveal the newest single "Kingmaker" from their upcoming "Super Collider" album, Loudwire reports. As the record's official tracklisting states, the song appears to be the album opener.
The track awakes with some ominously dark David Ellefson bass notes leading into what sounds like a hovering helicopter before Dave Mustaine and Chris Broderick's full on guitar assault kicks in. Mustaine sings about the "need-it-now" mentality and wanting to be the ultimate "kingmaker" in the track.
"Kingmaker" is just the latest sneak peek fans are getting into the new record. The band recently revealed the title track and a snippet of the song "Don't Turn Your Back" was recently tied to a promotion revealing the disc's album art. The album also features a pair of tracks with Disturbed and Device frontman David Draiman lending a hand. He turns up on the songs "Dance in the Rain" and "Forget to Remember."
As Megadeth lead up to the June 4 release of "Super Collider," they're also getting their promotional responsibilities in order. The group just shot a video for "Super Collider" that will debut shortly and they've filled out the bands and itinerary for the 2013 Gigantour trek this summer.
The official tracklisting of "Super Collider" as follows:
02. Super Collider
04. Built for War
05. Off the Edge
06. Dance in the Rain
07. Beginning of Sorrow
08. The Blackest Crow
09. Forget to Remember
10. Don't Turn Your Back
11. Cold Sweat
Listen to "Kingmaker" here: