Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's radio show this past weekend. The metal legend discussed the band's recent tour with Iron Maiden as well as the role social media plays in music these days. If you missed Full Metal Jackie's show, check out her full interview with Dave Mustaine:
At the recent Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, Calif., Megadeth brought their thunder the day after slaying a San Bernardino crowd on a bill with Iron Maiden and Anthrax. Backstage at Aftershock, Loudwire had the pleasure of sitting down with Megadeth's main man Dave Mustaine for an intriguing conversation.
Here's a brain-scrambler to sink your teeth into -- Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has been incredibly outspoken in recent years about becoming a born-again Christian. However, despite his statements on Christianity and committing biblical ideology to his personal belief system, Mustaine was recently quoted as saying, "I don't believe in religion."
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has teamed up with the good people at Funny or Die to create a great spoof of Mustaine's recent Men's Wearhouse debacle. Taking the role of George Zimmer, the bearded, deep-voiced guy from the Men's Wearhouse commercials, Mustaine got himself into a suit to promote Megadeth's newest album, 'Super Collider.' Oh yeah, and Mustaine's buddy Kenny G also makes a cameo in the vid!
Dave Mustaine is beloved by metal fans for the classic albums and songs he has released as frontman of Megadeth over the years, as well as his incredible musicianship as a guitarist. However, the thrash titan has also experienced backlash for some controversial statements he's made over the years.
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has been vilified for his beliefs and actions for quite a while now. His take on controversial subjects has created a "what will he say next?" stigma which has followed the musician throughout many albums and tours. In Mustaine's latest WTF moment, the frontman kicked a fan out of Megadeth's June 5 show in Manchester, England, calling the fan a "c--t" and a "f--got" during a pause between songs.