Former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza discussed the possibility of rejoining thrash giants, saying he is open for any possibility that might come along.
While chatting with 106.3 the Buzz, Menza was asked about Megadeth royalties he's still receiving, just to further touch on the reunion subject.
"I'm still proud of all that and that was a lot of fun," he said. "And who knows what's gonna happen in the future, people keep saying 'You're gonna get back in the band, Dave's gonna call you,' but you know what - we'll see what happens. I'm open to whatever can happen."
When asked on whether he's in touch with any of his former bandmates, the drummer named only guitarist Marty Friedman as the one he recently spoke to.
"I talked to Marty just recently, he was doing a clinic over at Musicians Institute in Hollywood and I went down there and saw him and hung out for a minute. Ellefson - I haven't spoken to him in years and Mustaine obviously, I haven't talked with him in a while, a long time."
Menza is currently in pursuit of publisher for his memoir "Nick Menza: Megalife." Written over the past 18 months, it was described by writer J. Marshall Craig as "a book about chasing the ultimate gig, the ultimate drum setup, the ultimate sound and the ultimate aliens."
Apart from spending a decade in Megadeth from 1989 to 1998, Menza briefly reunited with the band in 2004, but was fired soon afterwards, with fronmtan Dave Mustaine saying that he "just wasn't prepared."