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Old school Deth fans.....

....should completely love this record. It's the greatest album that Dave Mustaine has released in a very long time. I would echo Mustaine's own argument, that Endgame is the best Megadeth album since the amazing and much hailed Rust In Peace. It's a big claim, but a few spins of the record, and you know that such a boast is justified. Believe the hype. It's warranted. Thrash, speed metal, heavy metal, melody, catchy grooves, blistering solos, the progressive elements you come to expect from Mustaine and Co., even a very fine (and very twisted) balad in the form of The Hardest Part Of Letting Go....Sealed With A Kiss - this record is like a summary of everything that was ever great about Megadeth, and it's all done in such a fashion that convinces you that this is just Dave Mustaine writing and recording music for him, and for true fans of metal everywhere - not for radio, not for tv, not to placate long time disgruntled fans, not for magazine reviewers - but for HIM, not to mention a huge legion of metalheads. :D The production from Andy Sneap is amazing - this guy likes his guitars LOUD and crunchy, no doubt about it. Everything is executed in very fine fashion, and there's probably no need for me to say it, but the musicianship is fantastic. The cries for the old lineup should disappear after you've heard this record. This is the definitive Megadeth lineup. Chris Broderick truly shreds, and Dave Mustaine SLAYS. Bassist James Lomenzo proves his worth and shows he much more than a match for David Ellefson, but so much credit should go to drummer Shawn Drover. He's a demon! The music itself goes through many different phases, tempo changes and attitudes; it twists and turns, with several unexpected riffs and moments, and the songwriting proves that Mustaine is better and stronger than he ever was. I have been a big fan of Megadeth for nearly 20 years and i was not expecting something this good. I'm still amazed by the quality of this record. If it does prove to be Mustaine's last, it's a fine way to go out. Standout tracks - all of them. Seriously. Picking out a few personal favourites, This Day We Fight!, Endgame, ....Sealed With A Kiss and the brutal Head Crusher. I can't rave about this album enough.

Their finest hour!

This album is the perfect culmination and evolution of Megadeth's music across their 25 year career. From ferocious beginnings, to the melodic and addictive riffs that persist throughout. Accompanied by edgy, thought provoking lyrics it really does not disappoint from start to finish.

if you don't give this album a chance you are missing out on some truly memorable music.

Metal album of 2009 no question!

if metallica

if metallica made tunes like this these many years since, they would be as good as megadeth, but they aren't

Biography

Formed: 1983 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After he left Metallica in 1983, guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine formed the thrash metal quartet Megadeth. Though Megadeth followed the basic blueprint of Metallica's relentless attack, Mustaine's group distinguished themselves from his earlier band by lessening the progressive rock influences, adding an emphasis on instrumental skills, speeding up the tempo slightly, and making the instrumental attack harsher. By streamlining the classic thrash metal approach and making the music more threatening,...
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Endgame, Megadeth
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  • £5.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 09 September 2009

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