Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Reveals He Has Lyme Disease

It looks like Dave Mustaine (Megadeth) has been diagnosed with Lyme disease. The frontman originally revealed the news on Twitter after a fan asked him if he got checked for the disease after getting sick from a tick bite. He also confirmed it again in the below Instagram video. Lyme disease can usually be taken care of with antibiotics, but in some cases it can get pretty bad depending on how severe someone has it.

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Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Voices Character In New Horror Film “Halloween Pussy Trap Kill! Kill!”

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine has voiced the villain in a new horror film called “Halloween Pussy Trap Kill! Kill!.” That movie will hit select theaters on October 27, and a trailer/synopsis can be found below:

Synopsis:

“On Halloween an all girl rock-n-roll band called “Kill Pussy Kill” ventures out to play their biggest show to date. However, before hitting the road they manage to unwittingly upset a man. Unfortunately, this man turns out to be an evil genius dead set on revenge.

The evil genius manages to lure the girls into his Hell House, and when they wake up from being gassed, they find themselves trapped inside an unescapable room filled with a vicious variety of devices that can kill them as well as a variety of weapons that can be used on each other.

The rules are simple: advance through all three rooms and you are allowed to go free. The catch is, in order to make it to the next room, someone must die!

With a ticking clock, and the mastermind watching, the question becomes… are you willing to kill to stay alive?”

Megadeth To Re-Release “Killing Is My Business… And Business Is Good!” With New Mix & Artwork

Dave Mustaine has revealed that Megadeth will be re-releasing “Killing Is My Business… And Business Is Good!” with a new mix and new artwork. Stay tuned for more details.

Scorpions Cancel Remaing U.S. Dates With Megadeth

The remaining dates of Scorpions and Megadeth’s U.S. tour have been cancelled, due to “severe laryngitis.” Scorpions posted the following statement:

“The Scorpions regretfully announce that due to severe laryngitis, the remainder of the U.S. 2017 tour w/ Megadeth will be cancelled. Klaus Meine has been advised by top throat specialist in Los Angeles to rest his voice. If he continues the tour, he could risk permanent vocal damage. The band stated, ‘that they truly hate to disappoint our fans, and hope to come back to America soon, but this time we have no choice but to cancel.'”

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Is Working On A New Video Game

During an interview at the New York Stock Exchange today (September 15), Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine revealed that he is working on a new video game. He said the following:

“…I’m working on a video game that encompasses a lot of the band’s history and a lot of little riffs that we’ve never used before, stuff like that, and just prepare for the next tour, next campaign.

We owe our record label one more record, so, we at least, are gonna be doing one more record. I don’t see the end in sight for us, because the band’s getting along really well right now, and we’re playing great.”

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Says His Bandmates Send Their Songwriting Ideas To Management & Label First

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine has was recently interviewed by 101 WRIF and talked a bit about the band’s songwriting process. Interestingly, when asked if David Ellefson and Kiko Loureiro contribute to the creative process, he revealed that he has them send their ideas to their management and label first. He said the following about that:

“Yeah, everybody does—everybody has great ideas. The problem is there’s so many great ideas. So, for me, I learned a long time ago, instead of putting our friendship on the line and cause any problems between them and myself that when they submit songs and stuff, they just submit it to management and the label, and then, you know, if they like it… ‘Cause, see, it would suck—wouldn’t it?—if they had a great song and I heard it and I was busy during the day or I had something going on that was some kind of hectic bullshit and they played this great song for me and I didn’t hear it and it was gone forever. That would suck, wouldn’t it?”

[via Blabbermouth]