MEGADETH Fan Files Report: An Evening At The MUSTAINES'

Shane McConnell, the "System Lord" of MEGADETH's official web site, Megadeth.com, recently interviewed MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine at Dave's home in California for an upcoming podcast. Shane writes about his evening at the Mustaines' in Megadeth.com's "Journals" section. "Dave gave me some awesome news snippets, announcements and maybe even what the lineup for Gigantour 2008 is. I won't spill the beans just yet, but when I get the go ahead, I will post this revealing audio clip!"

Read McConnell's report at this location.

During an appearance on the "Talking Metal on Fuse" show on Fuse TV on November 9, Mustaine revealed that IN FLAMES and CHILDREN OF BODOM are in talks to play next year's Gigantour in North America. Another act that may be taking part in the trek is the Arizona-based extreme metal group JOB FOR A COWBOY.

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