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Megadeth's Shawn Drover Completes Drum Tracks, Rest of Band Not Finished

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Shawn Drover of thrash/heavy metal band Megadeth has just announced that the drum tracks for the upcoming full-length release are finished. "I leave for the airport in a few hours, to which I am happy to have 100% completed these 12 new songs for the next Megadeth record - I am really excited on how they turned out both from a performance and a sonic standpoint, so now I can just spend a few quality weeks at home with my family before we once again head out for the Killing Road." Killing Road is the band's tour with other big names such as Testament and Judas Priest.

The rest of the band still has to record tracks for the new album.

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bbristowe's avatar

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1. bbristowe writes:

FOR ANYONE INTERESTED, I just summed up all of Megadeths update from the past 2 1/2 months in this section below.

"Shawn Drover of thrash/heavy metal band Megadeth has just announced that the drum tracks for the upcoming full-length release are finished. The rest of the band still has to record tracks for the new album. Oh and Chris is awesome"

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2. InfernoNecrosis writes:

you're horrible, hahah but Shawn has been saying some different things in each update.

and...

Dave is pretty cool too. XD

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