Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame’s latest inductions again cover the globe from Europe to Japan with entries from early Rock to recent Metal
Dave Mustaine did not get the Grammy he desired for ‘Th1rt32n.’ But to Megadeth fans, winning a Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance is about as important as a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination. Fans know better than industry insiders.
Veteran metal band brings out the best in celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Countdown To Extinction.” Dave Mustaine explains in a candid Q&A with Goldmine.
Many musicians from the Los Angeles rock scene of the ’80s and ’90s dealt with taddiction and soullessness. Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine was no different.
Megadeth’s leader has come a long way from “Peace Sells …”. 25 years later, he enjoys the release of the album’s anniversary edition and discusses memories good and bad.
Heavy metal quartet made up of three NFL athletes give their most influential albums.
Twenty years ago there was the ‘Clash of the Titans’ tour. Now Dave Mustaine is having fun playing on a similar thrash metal tour called ‘American Carnage.’
It was hard to imagine the two Daves apart (Mustaine and Ellefson). They are finally back together.