Saturday, February 25, 2012

Megadeth - Discography, Pt. 1

So, today I'm posting Megadeth's discography. Just some information from Wikipedia. I am not so sure about adding links to download them, so I'll not do it. Anyways, just enjoy the post.


1.- Killing Is My Business... and Business Is Good!

Killing Is My Business... and Business Is Good! is 
the debut album by the American heavy metal band 
Megadeth, released in June 1985 through Combat 
and Relativity Records. During the beginning of 1985,
the band was given $8,000 by Combat Records to 
record and produce their debut album, but this proved
to not be enough and so the band were given a further 
$4,000. Instead, a majority of the budget was spent on 
drugs, alcohol, and food, meaning the band was forced 
to fire their original producer and produce the album 

Friday, February 24, 2012

Visit my friends' blog

Hello. I got accepted in Technorati and to gain Auth, I need to have people with my blog's URL on their blog. I'll add theirs too, to be fair ;).

If you like anime, especially Naruto, you should visit my friend's blog. It is entirely of Naruto, so you'll like it ;).

If you like random stuff, enter this blog

For movie trailers, or anything related to movies, visit this blog

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Megadeth and Rob Zombie announce co-headlining tour


Metal heavyweights MEGADETH and ROB ZOMBIE have just announced a co-headlining tour guaranteed to raise the temperature on the planet. The trek--which marks the first time the two bands have toured together--kicks off Friday, May 11 in Holmdel, NJ and encompasses high-profile rock festival appearances including Rock On The Range and Rocklahoma, where the tour wraps on Saturday, May 26. A list of confirmed dates is below. For additional information on purchasing tickets, visit

Megadeth Interview: Chris Broderick Mourns His First Guitar

Megadeth Interview: Chris Broderick Mourns His First Guitar [VIDEO] | Yell! Magazine

After our interview with Lacuna Coil’s Andrea Ferro at Gigantour 2012, we were asked to wait backstage, near Megadeth’s operations room, which was near the main entrance from the garage. We ended up chatting with the guard on duty, who was a really young guy who couldn’t visually tell the difference between the metal performers and the roadies. It was quite amusing seeing Dave Ellefson and Shawn Drover arrive at the venue and watch the guard stutter out, “Ah, excuse me, do you have a pass?” To which a roadie quickly replied, “They’re in the band.” Same thing happened when metal god Dave Mustaine arrived with his sweet-smelling arm candy.
But, I can’t get down on the security guard too much; Volbeat could have walked past me and I wouldn’t have known them from an emo kid needing his overgrown Justin Beiber hair cut.

After awhile, we were escorted to the Megadeth interview room to wait for our interview with Chris Broderick. The room was adorned with walls, sports memorabilia, and antiquated wooden trim, among other things, instead of black curtains squaring off an area. There was a queue of media types waiting for their interview, as a couple different interviews were conducted simultaneously and one right after the other. It wasn’t as intimate as we’re accustomed; it was sort of like getting a lap dance in a strip club – everyone could see and hear the goods you were getting.
In our interview with Chris Broderick, we learned what his first guitar was and why he regrets not having it anymore, and we tried to get him to talk shit about Dave Ellefson, but it didn’t exactly play out the way we wanted it to.

Enjoy and…

Rock Hard!

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Megadeth - Holy Wars...The Punishment Due

Here I am again, posting one of my favorite Megadeth's song. This one is called "Holy Wars... The Punishment Due" from the album "Rust In Peace". This is just a common Megadeth video. Some top-less guys making music with epic scenes. Yeah, normal for a Thrash Metal band as Megadeth \m/.

Rock On