In a new interview, Megadeth bassist David Ellefson discusses his expectations for the band’s next album, which I wish they wouldn’t make.
“Every album offers something a bit different,” says Dave.
“I think [2013’s] Super Collider was this serendipitous moment that encompassed variety from our 30-year career, which was ironic since it actually was our 30-year anniversary last year. It wasn’t planned that way, it just sort of happened. But, moving forward, there is a feeling within the band now to take a different approach on the next record, one that probably means new locations, new producers, engineers, and so forth.”
Or you guys could just retire.
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