More behind the scenes videos of “The Metal Tour Of The Year” – Marseille News

MEGADETH guitarist Kiko Loureiro uploaded a new 16-minute behind-the-scenes video for the recently ended group “The metal tour of the year”. Find out below.

Kiko written in a message accompanying the Youtube release of the clip: “Find out more behind the scenes of the MEGADETH to visit. “

MEGADETH played his first show with the bassist James lo menzo in nearly 12 years on August 20 in Austin, Texas during the opening concert of “The metal tour of the year”.

LoMenzo joined MEGADETH in 2006 and appeared on two of the group’s studio albums, 2007’s “United abominations” and 2009 ” End of Game “. He was fired from the group in 2010 and replaced by the original comeback MEGADETH bass player David Ellefson.

In addition to MEGADETH, LoMenzo played with Ozzy Osbourne, Zakk Wylde and WHITE LION. For eight years, LoMenzo played with the iconic rocker Jean Fogerty.

MEGADETH leader Dave Mustaine has yet to reveal who played bass on the band’s new album after Ellefson‘S tracks were taken off the LP after his dismissal from the band at the end of May.

Ellefson put his bass pieces on MEGADETHSixteenth LP in May 2020 at a studio in Nashville, Tennessee.

In July, Moustine announced during an episode of his Give me the radio programme “The Dave Mustaine Show” this Ellefsonthe bass tracks of would not be used on the new MEGADETH LP.

In early May, the same day that sexually explicit messages and video footage involving Ellefson have been posted on Twitter, he issued a statement on Instagram denying any gossip on social media that he had “treated” a minor fan.

Le 24 mai, Moustine – who formed MEGADETH with Ellefson in 1983 – announces the departure of the bassist from the group.

Ellefson was in MEGADETH since the creation of the group in 1983 to 2002, and again from 2010 until its last release.

The last three shows of “The metal tour of the year” – in Toronto, Laval and Quebec – have been postponed to spring 2022 due to restrictions in the province of Quebec and international logistics issues.

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