MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine recently spoke to MTV Xtreme about his "barometer of extreme." Check out what he said in the clip below.
Mustaine will be a featured soloist with the San Diego Symphony this spring. The classical special concert, billed as "Symphony Interrupted", will take place at Copley Symphony Hall in San Diego, California on Saturday, April 12 at 8:00 p.m.
In this truly unique concert event, Mustaine brings his crunchy and energetic sensibility to the great works of classical music which have inspired him over the course of his Grammy-nominated, multi platinum-selling career. When Dave Mustaine performs the virtuosic "Summer" and "Winter" movements from Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons", and Bach's classic "Air" on the G string, you will see a truly different side of "metal."
MEGADETH's latest album, "Super Collider" has sold around 80,000 copies in the United States since its June 4, 2013 release. The CD arrived in stores via Mustaine's new label, Tradecraft, distributed by Universal Music Enterprises (UMe).
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