Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine brought us new information about the upcoming album of Megadeth by replying to one of the fans’ questions on Cameo.
As you might recall, Mustaine started his Cameo collaboration about a week ago to interact with his followers. Besides that, he has been getting criticized for increasing the prices for per Cameo questions continuously.
In one of the questions, a fan named Tina asked about the upcoming album of Megadeth, and Mustaine confirmed that the new bass guitarist has completed his parts in the recording.
While Mustaine was revealing that the album is getting closer and closer to its release, he didn’t reveal the identity of the new bass guitarist of Megadeth and didn’t give any information if the new member will be a permanent one or leave just after the shows in 2021.
Dave Mustaine said in the conversation:
“I hear you’re a big pretty fan of ‘Fatal Illusion’ right now. That’s cool. Actually, we’ve got one song on the new album — it’s called ‘The Dogs Of Chernobyl’ — which is very similar to ‘Fatal Illusion’ in aggression. So I hope you like that song when you get the new record. It won’t be long.
It’s a matter of finishing the parts when I get home today and tomorrow. Our bass parts are all done. And it won’t be long, so I’m looking forward to seeing you at the meet-and-greet. Until then, take care and stay metal.”
Original bass guitarist of Megadeth, David Ellefson, rejoined the band back in 2010 after the disbandment of Megadeth in 2002. But, he parted ways with the band once again in May 2021 due to allegations of having a sexual relationship with an underage girl.