Megadeth’s legendary frontman, Dave Mustaine spoke in a recent interview with ‘Rolling Stone,’ and he said that the band will release at least two new songs in January before their huge European tour with the heavy metal band, Five Finger Death Punch.

This important statement by Dave Mustaine will be his biggest statement after being diagnosed with cancer in 2019.

Here’s what Dave Mustaine told to Rolling Stone:

“All we need to do is get in the studio and capture them. We’ve got scratch drum tracks. We just have to get Dirk [Verbeuren, drums] to play through the songs once or twice and then it’s up to me and David [Ellefson, bass] and Kiko [Loureiro, lead guitar] to finish.”

Dave Mustaine also revealed why they should write a song like KISS’ ‘Beth.’

He said:

“I said to him, ‘What was the biggest song that KISS ever had?’ He goes, ‘Beth’. I said, ‘Yeah, we should write a song like ‘Beth’, where it’s a ballad and it’s just you singing it. I think you should write a song about what it’s like being in Megadeth with me, because I read all your lyrics, and I know that your lyrics are aimed at me. You’re upset. So why don’t you write about it?'”

He continued:

“I’m going to try to work on it now for this record, and if it doesn’t get on this record, I’m going to try to work on it on the next record. Because it was actually really cool to see Ellefson writing something and hear him singing.”

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