Megadeth New Album Progress
Speaking to Faster Louder, Mustaine said he preferred Endgame's more aggressive moments. "We were forced in a way to have to do certain things and it's really easy for me to blame somebody, but at the end of the day it was my fault, I could have said no, but I didn't. I was nervous that we were going to end up getting kicked off the label. I figured I would rather go underground and play what I like, and not sell as many records, but still be able to look myself in the face in the morning."
Mustaine says his bandmates, including recently returned bass player David Ellefson, are welcome to have songwriting input, as is producer Andy Sneap, and he may consider bringing in an outside writer to collaborate on a track. - more on this story
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