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.
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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.
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Mustaine spoke all about the band’s new disc, ‘Super Collider’ and the recording process of the album. He also expressed his enthusiasm for this year’s Gigantour and why spreading the word about new music is fulfilling to him. If you missed Full Metal Jackie’s show, check out her interview with Dave Mustaine below:
After making its debut in late 2008, 'That Metal Show' quickly became one of VH1 Classic's most popular shows. Nearly every big name in hard rock and classic metal has made an appearance on the program, which will begin taping their 12th season later this month in Los Angeles. Hosts Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine all return for the new season that premieres June 1.
Megadeth's Dave Mustaine is open to new things, as recently spotlighted when he revealed that he would play with the San Diego Symphony in 2014. But the metal icon just revealed his fandom for an artist you'd never expect -- Kenny G. The thrash master recently attended one of the saxophonist's performances at San Diego's Copley Symphony Hall and had glowing reviews concerning the experience.