Megadeth reveals new album artwork


In order to watch the latest Megadeth’s album,  you have to solve a puzzle or a memory game actually. I usually suck at these type of games and avoid them as much as I can, but this one I had to solve. That’s how important is for me the next Megadeth album. (I actually got a score of 48 tries, as I said, I suck at these type of games). If you access these Megadeth game link, you can play it too, maybe you’ll beat me. But now I have to ruin the surprise and post the image, so sorry guys for ruining the surprise but maybe there are other fans that don’t have time to solve the puzzle so I have to help them.


Source. Megadeth – Super Collider

For those that don’t know already, the album’s name is Super Collider and it’s the band’s 14th album, and is going to be out on June 4th this year.

If you’re accessing the link above you can also listen to a new song preview for Don’t Turn You’re Back. More details about the tour you’ll find here. And videos from the studio just over here.

So, if you have any opinions about this new album artwork, just share it I’m just curious if anybody can explain me what the f*** is this.

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    Now let’s hope that they haven’t made her a carrot junkie.

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  • Hung Chau

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