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The lyrics are weird, and just trying to be something they aren't.
Ok, I will start my review, just saying that if I have listen to this album at least once a day for the past 7 days it means I really digged it.
Their last album "Thirteen" was very well produced & seemed to have songs that were examples of all the work they had done in the past.
Ok, perhaps in the spirit of Youthanasia and The System Has Failed.....what was that other album with Kill the King....?
But overall, lackluster. Read more
I really like this album. I know it's been derided by MegaDeth fans for being too "radio friendly", but I thought it was really well made. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Larrik Jaerico
I really liked this album. A few off beats here and there, but more together than united A.Published 22 days ago by Chris Perkins
if it had come out in the 90s after countdown or youthanasia, it'd be a hit. It's heavier than several other releases. Read morePublished 2 months ago by bluenotefan
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|Best Buy extra tracks||
A House Divided (new studio track)
All I Want (new studio track)
Symphony Of Destruction (live from Pomona)
Jun 4, 2013 by Steve | See all 4 posts
I'm currently listening to it and it's growing on me.
Jun 2, 2013 by Metalhammer | See all 9 posts
|How does Megadeth sound this time around?||
I agree- The 2 new songs I heard were refreshing. Not everything has to be super fast and heavy-and believe me-I LOVE super fast and heavy -But there needs to be some art and expression to the music too. Cheers To Dave and the gang. P.S. RIP Jeff Hanneman.
May 3, 2013 by METALFAN | See all 27 posts
|Can we lay the idea of Megadeth "evolving" to rest?||
Completely agree. It's like when a band gets softer, not necessarily talking just Megadeth but any metal or hard rock band, the defenders suddenly say "growth," or "evolution". Did they ever consider maybe a band is making a sellout record? Risk for example for a multitude... Read More
Dec 10, 2013 by Metalhammer | See all 3 posts