Professionally filmed video footage of MEGADETH's entire May 2 concert at Teatro Vorterix in Buenos Aires, Argentina can be seen below.
Commented MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine: "Glad you all got to see the amazing phenomenon of MEGADETH and Buenos Aires' love for each other. The problem, if there is one, is that this passion is contagious. Their brothers and sisters (all of our brothers and sisters, really) in Ecuador, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, and Colombia all have this 'mad' love for us too, and the South American nations have this fun rivalry of 'who can sing the loudest?' and thrash the hardest, and love us the most, and it has spread through the continent.
"After we streamed the show that night, the world got its first 'Megadethspanol' lesson. The first word was 'Aguante,' which simply means 'keep going...don't ever stop!' So, you understand now what 'Megadeth, Megadeth, Aguante Megadeth' means.
"I really appreciated the opportunity to play for you via the Internet, and I have a feeling we have not seen the end of this."
MEGADETH's setlist for the Buenos Aires concert:
01. Hangar 18
02. Reckoning Day
03. Wake Up Dead
04. In My Darkest Hour
05. Set The World Afire
06. Sweating Bullets
08. Dawn Patrol
09. Poison Was The Cure
10. The Killing Road
13. A Tout Le Monde
15. Cold Sweat (THIN LIZZY cover)
16. Peace Sells
17. Symphony Of Destruction
18. Holy Wars... The Punishment Due
MEGADETH latest album, 2013's "Super Collider", sold 29,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 6 on The Billboard 200 chart. "TH1RT3EN" opened with 42,000 units back in November 2011 to enter the chart at No. 11. The band's 2009 CD, "Endgame", premiered with 45,000 copies to debut at No. 9. This was slightly less than the 54,000 first-week tally registered by 2007's "United Abominations", which entered the chart at No. 8. 2004's "The System Has Failed" premiered with 46,000 copies (No. 18) while 2001's "The World Needs A Hero" moved 61,000 units in its first week (No. 16).
Mustaine was a featured soloist on April 12 with the San Diego Symphony. The classical special concert, billed as "Symphony Interrupted", took place at the 2,200-capacity Copley Symphony Hall in San Diego, California. The event saw Mustaine perform Richard Wagner's "Ride Of The Valkyries" with the orchestra, as well as solos of Vivaldi's concertos from "The Four Seasons", plus Bach's classic "Air".