Megadeth - David Draiman To Guest On New Album


It has just been confirmed, on Megadeth's official pages, that Disturbed vocalist David Draiman will guest on the group's upcoming album Super Collider which is set for release on June 4th through Mustaine's new label, Tradecraft. According to Dave Mustaine, the album's artwork has been concluded and the band plans to reveal some new tour dates next week.

Here's the official statement: "As if we weren't amped enough to get the new Megadeth album Super Collider in June, now the disc will pack an added punch. David Draiman of Disturbed/Device has joined Dave Mustaine in the studio to collaborate and appears on the album as a guest vocalist on the upcoming track entitled 'Dance In The Rain'. The new album is set for release on June 4."

Mustaine has also finalized the bands for Gigantour 2013 and more details about that should be revealed soon.

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Megadeth
 
Posted: 06.04.2013 by R Lewis


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06.04.2013 - 21:11
MetalDoomMaster
Wow, this sounds like the worst thing ever.
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06.04.2013 - 21:43
Xenomorph1001
Whaaat???
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06.04.2013 - 21:46
Olli
Written by MetalDoomMaster on 06.04.2013 at 21:11

Wow, this sounds like the worst thing ever.

Why? Draimans a better vocalist than Dave that's for sure haha
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06.04.2013 - 21:55
Death_95
David Draiman is definitely a better vocalist than Dave, so this is good news!
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06.04.2013 - 23:00
qlacs
"The Quaker"
I've low expectations anyway...
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06.04.2013 - 23:44
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Megadeth's version of St.Anger in 3..2..1..
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07.04.2013 - 00:24
Mattybu
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07.04.2013 - 00:26
Nemo Atkins
Written by Boxcar Willy on 06.04.2013 at 23:44

Megadeth's version of St.Anger in 3..2..1..

They've already made that. It's called Risk.

Personally, I don't see what the problem with Draiman guesting on the new album is...
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07.04.2013 - 01:31
LordFezzington
Lost To Apathy
I'm down with this (or possibly the sickness... ). The way MegaDave are churning out albums, Mustaine could do with a break on vocals, and Draiman's alright. No, really.
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07.04.2013 - 05:08
Lit.
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Better than Cristine Scabbia...
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07.04.2013 - 05:49
Carl Berg
Carl Berg
Written by Nemo Atkins on 07.04.2013 at 00:26

Written by Boxcar Willy on 06.04.2013 at 23:44

Megadeth's version of St.Anger in 3..2..1..

They've already made that. It's called Risk.

Personally, I don't see what the problem with Draiman guesting on the new album is...


Risk is a good album, you ***hole. Why don't you try to be less an elitist and more an enjoyer of music?
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07.04.2013 - 06:18
Darth Mitchell
Mitchell
Nice, it would be interesting to hear Mustain and Draiman together.
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07.04.2013 - 06:48
Mattybu
Written by Carl Berg on 07.04.2013 at 05:49

Risk is a good album, you ***hole. Why don't you try to be less an elitist and more an enjoyer of music?


Person A and person B's opinions "MAY NOT BE THE SAME"

*sound of sizzling on hot griddle*
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07.04.2013 - 08:03
LeChron James
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GONNA BE DROPPIN' PLATES
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07.04.2013 - 09:13
Cynic Metalhead
Atrocious Virgin
Well, ugh why didn't they just call Chester Bennington for this record.
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07.04.2013 - 09:58
Monolithic
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Sounds interesting.
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07.04.2013 - 10:17
Misfit74
As long as Draiman doesn't tour with Megadeth it's fine by me. Draiman is the worst, most boring front-man in the history of music as far as I'm concerned. I'll never see a band of his again. Decent singer. Complete turd on stage.
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07.04.2013 - 14:17
Nemo Atkins
Written by Carl Berg on 07.04.2013 at 05:49

Written by Nemo Atkins on 07.04.2013 at 00:26

Written by Boxcar Willy on 06.04.2013 at 23:44

Megadeth's version of St.Anger in 3..2..1..

They've already made that. It's called Risk.

Personally, I don't see what the problem with Draiman guesting on the new album is...


Risk is a good album, you ***hole. Why don't you try to be less an elitist and more an enjoyer of music?

Nice to see your opinion on Draiman guesting with Megadeth...

I am an enjoyer of music (when I'm not listening to metal, I'm usually listening to punk, folk, rock, hard rock and the occasional bit of classical music and pop. I'll generally listen to anything providing I like what it sounds like). I just don't like Risk that much as a Megadeth album because it's not what a metal band should be releasing under their name: on it's own merits, it's a decent enough album, but, with the Megadeth name attached, you have certain expectations of what it will sound like, next to none of which it matches beyond Mustaine being on vocals. It's the same problem I have with Tate's version of Queensryche's new album: if it was released under any other name, I'd probably say the single ("Cold") is decent, but, under the Queensryche name, you expect prog metal, which is not what it provides. In all honesty, I was more pointing out to BoxCar that Megadeth can't release their own version of St. Anger because that's what Risk is (and, even then, I meant in terms of reaction from the fans, not the overall quality), rather than saying "I hate this and everyone who disagrees with me is an asshole".

That said, I think Risk has some tracks that, if rewritten into the style you expect from Megadeth, would have the potential to be great live material. So, I don't completely hate Risk: I just think it would have benefitted from having a different name attached to it, since the Megadeth one is associated with metal, which Risk isn't. Under a different name, it would have had the chance to be judged without the reputation of the band and would have had a much better chance of being accepted.

Hope that clears up my thoughts on Risk for you.
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07.04.2013 - 18:52
JakeTheSage
Boo! Shit vocalist from a shit band in Megadeth--no thanks!
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07.04.2013 - 19:01
WorpeX
Disturbed is AWESOME and David is a great vocalist. Device sucks pretty hard though. Hopefully the fantastic Megadeath song writing will let David shine! Should be a great track!
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07.04.2013 - 19:26
Urizen367
Well. um. i think i just lost my boner
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08.04.2013 - 02:03
Ritual_Suicide
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Written by Olli on 06.04.2013 at 21:46

Written by MetalDoomMaster on 06.04.2013 at 21:11

Wow, this sounds like the worst thing ever.

Why? Draimans a better vocalist than Dave that's for sure haha


...Which isn't saying much.
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08.04.2013 - 16:25
John Shock
2 different styles united to do something great i supose...2 of my favorites! This should be great!
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10.04.2013 - 23:14
Jaeryd
Nihil's Maw
Written by Olli on 06.04.2013 at 21:46

Why? Draimans a better vocalist than Dave that's for sure haha

True enough.

...Hey, am I the only one who noticed that David Draiman is only going to be a guest on one song? All the comments I'm seeing makes it looks like you guys think he's going to do the vocals FOR Mustaine, or at least with Mustaine, throughout the whole album.
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11.04.2013 - 06:45
Cuca Beludo
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Your guys say "horrible"... why? Just because Draiman has a modern metal band and not a trve one? Just wait for the damn release.
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