See what Megadeth prepares themselves to its ongoing The Metal Tour Of The Year.
The American heavy metal band Megadeth‘s rarely-known moments during its ongoing The Metal Tour Of The Year have been revealed by the band’s guitarist Kiko Loureiro in a 12-minute behind-the-scenes video on his YouTube channel.
Megadeth is the heavy metal band that was formed in 1983 by the band’s recently fired bassist David Ellefson and current singer Dave Mustaine, who decided to form a band when he was fired one of the greatest heavy metal bands, Metallica.
The 38-year heavy metal band Megadeth has released fifteen studio albums in its career so far. Announcing its name recently, Megadeth has been working hard on a new album that will mark the band’s sixteenth album and follow-up to 2016’s Dystopia.
Throughout its ongoing career, Megadeth rocked out its fans with more than 2750 concerts they’ve ever played. While adding one more tour to its golden history, Megadeth is in the middle of their newest tour, The Metal Tour Of The Year, and still rocking their fans.
In a recent and rare video published on the band’s guitarist’s YouTube channel, behind-the-scenes of Megadeth‘s ongoing The Metal Tour Of The Year have been revealed. The video was starting with Dave Mustaine‘s driving a car and featuring the band’s rehearsals and more things they’ve lived during the tour.
To introduce what his band has been doing during the tour, Kiko wrote a message in the caption of the video: “This time I’m here in Nashville with the band. We are preparing for the tour by rehearsing with the whole team. Come with me and I’ll show you my equipment and the team we work with.”
Megadeth’s The Metal Tour Of The Year
Firing the band’s long-time bassist David Ellefson, it was announced by Dave Mustaine that Megadeth was joined by the band’s former bassist James LoMenzo, who was previously a member of the fold from 2006 to 2010.
Megadeth kicked off the tour at Germania Insurance Amphitheater in Austin, Texas, on August 20. At the show, the successful bands Lamb of God, Trivium, and Hatebreed shared the stage with them to rock the crowd.
On August 29, while making its seventh appearance, Megadeth has played a sold-out show in the band’s recently fired bassist David Ellefson‘s hometown.