During a recent interview with uDiscover Music, Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has revealed the method that helped him for fixing his broken relationships with other musicians, including Metallica members.

Here’s the statement:

“We started something about three years ago when I went to 5B Management. We had talked about doing something called the ‘Dave Mustaine charm offensive.’

And we’re just going out and rekindling old relationships and making sure people who thought that they knew who I was, because they’d only heard about me, get a chance to actually meet me and to repair any of the damage that I may knowingly, or unknowingly, have done. So that really helped a lot.”

On upcoming album of Megadeth, he said:

“I’m getting very excited to do the next campaign, because we’ve done all this great work in just one record, one campaign.

And as we near this next release, my recording contract’s up, my publishing contract’s up, my merchandise contract’s up — I’m a free bird right and I have the world by the short hairs right now. I’m so excited about it too.”

He continued:

“I have 500 riffs for Megadeth’s next album. You can go through there and handpick the best of the best. And it’s not like I have to struggle to come up with something really good. It’s there — I just have to pick it. And I’m so excited about doing that and getting something out into the listeners’ hands.”

Watch the entire interview below. Click here to source of the statement (Blabbermouth).