Ellefson Talks Metallica and Megadeth Supergroup

(Classic Rock) Megadeth bassist David Ellefson believes bandmate Dave Mustaine's thrash supergroup suggestion is a great idea. Last year Mustaine said there had been talk about the Megadeth pair working with Metallica's James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich on an album.

That led to a recent comment from Hetfield, who said: ""I do see a lot of stuff in the press with him talking about jamming with us and making an album. All this other crazy stuff. I read it and say to myself, 'Hold on. This is the Dave that we kind of wanted to forget about. You know, the big mouth that wants to just go-go-go.'"

Mustaine apologised and vowed never to discuss the topic again, adding: "I probably shouldn't have said stuff like that." But now Ellefson has spoken up instead. The bassist tells MetalSerbia: "It would be fun to do it. I think Dave just threw that out as a kind of wish-list. I don't know if it's ever going to be a reality. But a lot of people got excited at the thought of it."

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