Joined by Suicidal Tendencies, Children of Bodom, and Havok, Grammy-honored Thrash metal pioneers show off their brand new album, Dystopia
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Four months: how long it took Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine to regain feeling in his left hand after an arm injury left him with an atrophied elbow muscle
One year: how long it took him to relearn how to play the guitar
#1: his ranking (still) in Joel McIver’s 100 Greatest Metal Guitarists
What’s next:Dystopia, to be released on January 22, 2016
Suicidal Tendencies: Considered the progenitors of crossover thrash, their unconventional blend of hardcore punk, surf rock, metal, and every other heavy genre under the sun has inspired everyone from Death By Stereo to System of a Down.
Children of Bodom: This melodic death metal band—one of Finland’s best-selling groups of all time—recently departed for a tour in support of their ninth album, I Worship Chaos.
Havok: Colorado-based thrash metal band that counts not just heavy metal and death metal among their influences, but funk and jazz, too.