MEGADETH's MUSTAINE Joined By Fans During 'Headbanger's Ball' Taping

The following message was posted on MEGADETH's official web site:

"At 11:30 a.m. this morning, August 24, 'Headbanger's Ball' was taped at the MTV studios with Dave Mustaine hosting the show along with six MEGADETH fans who were invited to ask Dave questions on the air!!

"Thanks to: Annie Rolando (Megannie), Ricky Pohly (MyNextJobisYOU791), Faith Fleesler (FaithFromNYC), Jason Keis (DRulz), Nadia Kahn (MistressMustaine79), and Corey Chrisman (Lurch) for coming by the studio to be part of the show!

"This is the first time 'Headbanger's Ball' had fans on for anyone other than with host, Jamey Jasta.

"Fans were chosen somewhat randomly from the MEGADETH Forums and MegaFanClub."

"Headbanger's Ball", with host Dave Mustaine, airs on MTV2 this Saturday, August 27 at 10:00 p.m. EST.


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