Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine may be one of the most controversial musicians on the planet in terms of his personal beliefs and public statements, but even his most colossal naysayers will surely find themselves praising Mustaine for this most recent announcement. Mustaine has revealed that he is helping to fund a soup kitchen in Haiti, which will feed up to 8,000 meals a day to those in need.
In part three of the Dave Mustaine vs. Men's Wearhouse saga, the Megadeth guitarist scored a mention on a big-time news program. On Jan. 8, the tale of Mustaine's public statement about how Men's Wearhouse messed up a delivery made it all the way to CNN program 'Anderson Cooper 360' and the show's 'RidicuList' segment.
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has once again taken to his computer keyboard to share his beliefs with all who will listen. The subjects of Mustaine's many posts via social media platforms have been both diverse and controversial, and this time, Mustaine has been talking to his fans about "chemtrails."
Shortly before the new year, Megadeth's Dave Mustaine became the victim of a terrible injustice perpetuated by corporate America. The thrash frontman simply wished to bestow his beloved tour manager Jim Carroccio with a Men's Wearhouse gift certificate via mail, but alas, the gift certificate failed to be transported in time.
Breaking news from Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine! According to the legendary thrash musician, the Men's Wearhouse shop in Salt Lake City, Utah, has sub-par delivery service. That's right: As of 11:11 PM PST on Dec. 28, 2012, Megadeth tour manager Jim Carroccio was yet to receive a gift certificate that Mustaine ordered from the outlet. Thankfully, Mustaine has documented the case and posted a lengthy description on Megadeth's Facebook page.
Megadeth mastermind Dave Mustaine has been keeping fans updated on the status of their new album by making the most of social media - posting Twitter updates and Facebook postings on all the latest happenings. He most recently posted news yesterday that three new tracks were almost complete.