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Ex-Megadeth Bassists "F5" Finishing Second Album

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Revered as one of the greatest bass players in heavy metal history, former MEGADETH member David Ellefson continues to pump out great new music with several new projects, including the Scottsdale, AZ group F5. With another album on the horizon, David and the band seem geared to turn a lot of heads in 2008.

Commented Ellefson: "We entered the studio in October and are in the finishing stages of the mix right now. Our motto has been 'heavy, but melodic,' which defines the sound of the band but leaves the door open for us to be musically flexible and creative in our songwriting."

He continued, "I think this new record is a huge leap forward for us because we went into it wanting to raise the bar and see how far we could go with it while still retaining the F5 sound. That mindset seems to keep us from getting boxed into a niche and keep things really fresh and interesting for the listeners. It is turning into a very progressive record. A cool second album in my opinion."

Source: Blabbermouth

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