18:38 - Maco Guys I just found some great old-school thrash metal band from the 80's. Totally underrated, even if the drum is not that good. [link]
16:57 - Cynic Metalhead Done the dissertation part. It's very hard. But, when you get rewarded - it feels awesome.
16:23 - mz thanks Mary. I have not started yet :P. @ K7 I really don't think that it will be a good idea
16:15 - Bad English you can pay me I can write, I did write for others when I was studiing and get money. one time it was negative mark, because teacher hated that guy
16:13 - Mary No Thesis writing is really the hardest thing to do in life. I wish you luck.
16:06 - mz his first name was Yves maybe. I'm not sure, just guessing from his email. There is an institusion in Belgium that the guy works as researcher/ professor in it.
16:04 - Erik M. mz, I'm unaware of anyone in my family being a professor, hahaha. Would be funny if he actually would be family of mine, though. :P What's his first name? But my last name is not THAT uncommon in this country, for the record.
01. Sudden Death 02. Public Enemy No. 1 03. Whose Life (Is It Anyways?) 04. We The People 05. Guns, Drugs & Money 06. Never Dead 07. New World Order 08. Fast Lane 09. Black Swan 10. Wrecker 11. Millennium Of The Blind 12. Deadly Nightshade 13. 13
Additional info Exclusive limited vinyl edition includes Th1rt3en split across two picture-discs, retaining the correct track order. Each disc includes art from the album package as well as an exclusive album poster
2011 set big expectations for Megadeth for that year and for 2012. After huge "Big 4" shows, the return of Dave Ellefson and "the kiss and make up" between Dave Mustaine, Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield, finally two of the pioneers of thrash metal, Megadeth and Metallica are together. Certainly Th1rt3en is a great way to show the good vibes they are transmitting since 2010.
I really don't understand, why you guys say that many endgame songs have unnecessary guitar solos, i think there wasn't too much that solos! but yeah the album is great! hope the next one sounds much better than endgame!
"It's going to be called 13. I started playing guitar at 13 and this is our 13th record and I was born on the 13th. As soon as I said I was going to call it 13 I started noticing 13 everywhere. They never used to have 13th floors in hotels but now they have them again."
Dave Mustaine on "Evolution of this new album title"
I was at the Megadeth show here in Israel a few months ago, and I just couldn't headbang. Just couldn't feel it. Some of my friends contradicted me, said it was a great concert, but I just didn't feel it.
I was able to headbang wildly listening to Rust in Peace and Endgame the day after, so if I could hazard a guess I'd say that Dave's boys are getting tired. And it shows in this clip. Live shows don't do their songs justice, so I can't really make out whether it's a good material. Probably would just have to wait for the official release.
It will kick ass, no doubt in my mind. Yah, they are tired, they've toured as much as anybody the last few years. With Ellfson back and contributing so much, I think they have a new found energy. Ive seen A LOT, of live footage and this is not the best, but sometimes, its the crowd not knowing the song. Dover is solid and Broderick...WHEW!! Theres not many better. Cant wait!!
I saw public enemy no. 1 live, decent song, if the rest of the album is like that it should be ok. And that little bit of neverdead in the Never Dead trailer from E3. Damn that game looks awesome.
Also, I have to wonder why they picked such a stupid name for the album...
Band member: "Hey guys, this is our 13th album... What if we called it... THIRTEEN! No, wait, TH1RT3EN! Both visually unnatractive, and unimaginative!"
Dave Mustaine: "Sounds good to me. I'm just glad I'm done with all that black magic man. Don't get into the black magic man..."
What do you mean Black Magic? (that's a song from slayer's first album)
Yeah, I'm aware of that. Good song too, pretty fun to play. I was referring to Dave Mustaine's involvement with black magic (like voodoo shit) in his early years. He mentions it in tons of interviews, he'll be like "yeah, that black magic stuff really takes a toll on you, I'm glad I have changed" or whatever. The song The Conjuring is even based on one of his black magic spells, or something. I just it pretty funny