With their classic line-up in place, Megadeth unleashed one of the greatest thrash metal albums of all time.
The Megadeth frontman says, "“My collection of vinyl was pretty varied - It wasn't enormous but it was very diversified."
Mustaine will be discussing 'Rust In Peace: The Inside Story Of The Megadeth Masterpiece' as well as the iconic album it is based on.
The thrash metal band founded by Dave Mustaine has often taken on political stances and have released successful albums like Peace Sells...But Who's Buying? and Rust in Peace.
Released to coincide with the album's 30th anniversary, the new book will be published by Hachette on September 8.
The bands were forced to call off their 2020 North American run with Trivium and In Flames due to lockdown restrictions.
The band's next record will be the long-awaited follow-up to 2016's celebrated 'Dystopia'.
The legendary metal frontman will be chatting live with fans and sharing anecdotes this afternoon on YouTube.
The Megadeth bassist released his “Simple Truth” EP, as well as its title track single, ahead of schedule, to support the Italian Red Cross.
The epic 55-city tour will stretch across summer and fall, kicking off on 12 June in Bristow, VA and wrapping on 13 November in Reno, NV.
The Megadeth leader revealed he was battling the disease in June 2019, and reported in September that he had almost completed his treatment.
Thrash icon Dave Mustaine announced he’s working on a book that details the making of Megadeth’s album ‘Rust in Peace’, titled ‘Building the Perfect Beast’.
Mustaine says: "They’re great instruments and they represent more than 40 years of playing, but I’ve got more than I could possibly use myself."
Five Finger Death Punch said: “Megadeth need no introduction, they are absolute legends. Dave Mustaine’s contribution to this genre is simply immeasurable."
Full details of the tour schedule are likely to be unveiled on 9 September.
“Megadeth’s been around for 35 years, and I thought we’d done it all, but being a part of the Richard Childress Racing team on their 50th anniversary is mind-blowing", says Dave Mustaine.