Megadeth Reveal Super Collider Album, June 2013 UK Tour & New Record Deal

2013 looks like it is shaping up to big a big year for "The Big Four". Anthrax have a brand new deluxe version of Worship Music coming, complete with a new E.P full of covers. A new album is expected from the Slayer camp and even Metallica are working on some new music. But the first confirmed album of 100% new material in 2013 from The Big Four is coming from Megadeth. 

Having had something of a falling out with previous record label Roadrunner Records (with Dave Mustaine criticising them publically on multiple occasions), Megadeth have landed themselves a rather nice deal as a replacement. Messrs Mustaine, Ellefson, Drover and Broderick have joined the roster at Universal Music Enterprises (UMe), who will be releasing the brand new Megadeth album through Dave Mustaine's own newly formed label Tradecraft
So, onto the new album. Megadeth's fourteenth full length studio album will be landing on shelves this coming June, and has the rather exciting name of Super Collider (which sounds considerably more impressively named than Th1rt3en, their previous album). The exact date has not yet been revealed but it will appear sometime throughout June 2013. 
To tie in with the release of Super Collider, Mustaine and co are returning to the UK for a short quarter of headline shows, before hopping into mainland Europe to play at two of the surviving Sonisphere Festivals. Tickets for the UK Megadeth shows will go on sale on Friday 15th of February 2013, priced between £27.50 and £28.50, plus the usual fees. The dates are below:
Megadeth UK Tour June 2013:
3rd - O2 Academy Newcastle
4th - O2 Academy Glasgow
5th - Academy Manchester
6th - Brixton Academy London
Megadeth European Festival Shows 2013:
June 8th - Sonisphere Italy - Fiera Milano Live Rho
June 9th - Sonisphere France - Amneville Snowhall Parc
Until some new Megadeth surfaces, lets enjoy some classic Megadeth (listen and watch below):

Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction

Scribbled by:

Nik works in music PR, he wanted to be famous but genetics determined a managerial route instead. He put his energy into working out how to design stuff, build web stuff and string a decent series of words together. He is a big fan of original and unique sounding bands, loving a good melody and anthem - although he has been known to listen to 90s glam rock in private.