In a recent interview made by Sound Exchange, Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine talked about the future Big 4.

Interviewer asked, “can the Big Four pull off another concert before Slayer retires from touring, and would you support another Big Four concert?”.

Mustaine responded:

“That’s not up to me. Everybody on the planet knows that’s up to Lars Ulrich because Lars runs Metallica and they are the ones that are in control of this, which doesn’t seem fair since the moniker suggests that we’re equal.

If they say ‘no,’ then there’s no Big Four show. I think the guys in Slayer and Anthrax and my guys are dedicated enough to the metal community that if there was a Big Four show… we would do it, even if there was a prior commitment, because I think everybody would understand these are momentous concerts.

Any one Big Four show, to a metal fan, [is like] Woodstock to rock fans of the ’70s. It’s where they celebrate life, meet people and fall in love and do all that great stuff that happens when people get together.”

Dave Mustaine said that the whole thing is now in the hands of Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich. You can reach the entire interview from here.