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The Valley of the Shadow of Megadeth

Reissues of The World Needs a Hero and The System Has Failed remind us that Megadeth has been coming back for years.

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Gigantour 2012 featuring Lacuna Coil, Volbeat, Motorhead and Megadeth

Although distinctly different in style and sound, the four bands gelled together beautifully for Gigantour.

Dave MacIntyre
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Megadeth: Th1rt3en

They may not be making headlines with their albums, but Megadeth is still one of the best thrash bands around, and this new album only adds to that reputation.

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Testament + Megadeth + Slayer: 20 August 2010 - Chicago

The tour unites three of the biggest names from the thrash metal genre and promised to take fans back in time to 1990, when two of the bands released major hit albums, and, as part of the show, the bands would be playing each album from start to finish.

Michael P. Irwin
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Megadeth: Anthology: Set The World Afire

Check your watch -- here comes another best of/greatest hits collection from that other popular metal band whose name begins with "M".

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Business is Still Good: Inside Megadeth's Warchest

With 11 studio albums behind them, including the very good United Abominations this past summer, Megadeth's sound has become so ubiquitous that it's easy to forget just how unique they sounded when they started making waves in the metal scene more than two decades ago.

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Megadeth: United Abominations

The arsenal of Megadeth has been fully reloaded on the thrash greats' finest album in years.

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Megadeth: That One Night: Live in Buenos Aires [DVD]

That One Night, apart from being a spectacular live show that explodes from the screen, proves all haters wrong: Megadeth still have a fire at their core.


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