Thrash titans nearly finished with the work on "Super Colider".
Posted on Mar 05, 2013 02:07 pm
Thrash titans Megadeth have officially revealed that the work on their forthcoming release, titled "Super Colider", is nearly finished, thanking the producers Johnny K. and Cameron Webb for their input.
"A big thanks to Johnny K. and Cameron Webb for excellence in helping me create "Super Collider"! We're almost done! I am getting excited!", the frontman Dave Mustaine stated via official Twitter page.
The band has recenlty also posted a new studio update featuring Mustaine and bassist Dave Ellefson working on guitar and bass parts. The album itself is set for a June release via Dave Mustaine's own label Tradecraft, powered by Universal.
The "TH1RT3EN" follow-up was recorded in Vic's Garage studio in San Marco, California. Marking the 14th release in the group's catalogue, "Super Colider" is the first Megadeth album since 1997's "Cryptic Writings" not to feature a lineup change from the preceding record. Although no specific release date has yet been announced, several Europe concert dates have already been confirmed for the end of May and the beginning of June.
So are you excited here or what? Will you be among the first ones to check out the new release and will you be seeing the guys live on the road anytime soon? Let us know in the comments section below.