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Watch Megadeth perform The Sick, The Dying… and The Lifeless! single We’ll Be Back live for the first time

Megadeth have carried out We’ll Be Back, the first single from their upcoming 16th album The Sick, The Dying… and The Lifeless!, live for the first time.

After opening their set on Wednesday night time (August 24) at the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California with Hangar 18 and Dread and the Fugitive Thoughts, the thrash metallic heavyweights launched into We’ll Be Back to a rapturous response from the crowd. Watch the efficiency beneath. 

Megadeth are at the moment embarking on a US tour supporting Las Vegas metallers 5 Finger Demise Punch.

Regardless of a string of exhibits following its June launch, We’ll Be Back has solely now been added to Megadeth’s live setlist. Night time Stalkers and Soldier On! – two extra singles which were launched since – are but to be carried out live.

Frontman Dave Mustaine defined the band’s course of behind setlist planning in a current interview with Milwaukee’s 102.9 The Hog radio station.

“We’re including two songs to our set; we’re including Night time Stalkers and We’ll Be Back,” he stated (transcribed by Blabbermouth (opens in new tab)). “Hopefully we’ll be capable of add Soldier On! by then too. However numerous that’s dictated by the radio help and the listeners’ tastes. When sure songs our followers like to listen to, we’ll add them into the setlist if we will.

“If there’s a tune that we’re enjoying in the setlist and folks aren’t responding to it, nicely, clearly we’re gonna do the reverse and take it out of the setlist. That is all a part of the showbiz half. Lots of people don’t care about that; they simply wanna rock.”

The Sick, The Dying… and The Lifeless! Will arrive subsequent week on September 2. 

Following longtime bassist David Ellefson’s departure from Megadeth final 12 months, his bass elements for the album have been scrapped and subsequently re-recorded by Testomony bass participant Steve Di Giorgio. The band’s former bassist James LoMenzo is at the moment enjoying with them on tour.

In an interview in the new subject of Guitar World, Dave Mustaine displays on the departure of Megadeth’s former guitarist Marty Friedman with a way of remorse.

Friedman’s exit from the band got here after stress over a guitar solo on their 1999 album, Danger. Primarily, their administration didn’t really feel the solo he had written for the report’s fifth observe, Breadline, was proper for the tune.

“I stated [to management], ‘Effectively, you’ve got three decisions. Both you mute the solo utterly, have Marty come again and redo it, or I do it,’” Mustaine remembers. “After which I stated, ‘If I do it, you’d higher inform him.’ Effectively, I redid it and no one informed Marty.

“So we’re in there listening to the completed album and the solo comes on. It’s my solo, not Marty’s… I checked out him as tears ran down his face and I knew straight away that no one had informed him. I knew that was most likely going to be the finish of Marty Friedman.”

He continues: “What occurred to Marty was undoubtedly not okay. Our administration was supposed to inform him and, for no matter motive, they didn’t do it. I believe that was a horrible factor to do to him.”


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