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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.
Slower guitar. Great songs. The band took some flack for this one. I love it. Great job guysPublished 13 days ago by J. Martini
I wasn't sure what to expect with this release but, was pleasantly surprised. Seems packed with leftovers from Endgame, which is a kickass album. Worth checking out.Published 1 month ago by Taskerofpuppets
Came pretty fast. I got it used but it was still sealed in the case. Had some minor cracks but was near perfect. Got a good deal.Published 1 month ago by Ronald
This definitely continues the trend of the "glass being half-full" for Megadeth albums. Mustaine and Broderick kick ass on guitar and we finally heard Ellefson bass after... Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Reviewer
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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