Dystopia is the fifteenth studio album by American thrash metal band Megadeth. It was released on frontman and guitarist Dave Mustaine's Tradecraft label via Universal on January 22, 2016. The album was produced by Mustaine and Chris Rakestraw and features cover artwork by Brent Elliot White. Prior to Dystopia's recording, longtime drummer Shawn Drover and guitarist Chris Broderick announced their departure from the band
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Dystopia Dystopia Dystopia Dystopia. What you don't know" the legend goes "can't hurt you" If you only want to live and die in a cage There's panic and there's chaos, rampant in the streets Where useless thoughts of peace are met with rage. Demoralized and overmastered people think The quickest way to end a war is lose Dictatorship ends starting with tyrannicide You must destroy the cancer at it's root. Dystopia Dystopia Dystopia Dystopia. Thanks to James Saults, Les Deffner for correcting these lyrics.
Dystopia is an album released on January 22, 2016 by thrash metal band Megadeth. It is their 15th studio album and the first to feature their newest replacement drummer and guitarist: Chris Adler of Lamb of God and Kiko Loureiro of Angra, both respectively replacing Shawn Drover and Chris Broderick. Three singles have been made for the album so far: Fatal Illusion on October 1, 2015, The Threat is Real on November 25, 2015, and the title track on January 7, 2016.
Megadeth have delivered a few return to form albums after past perceived missteps, and however you want to compare it to their previous release, there’s no doubt that Dystopia is a first-rate Megadeth album. Mustaine has a seemingly endless supply of riffs and of politically charged lyrics. That theme continues on tracks like Post American World, The Emperor and the title track. When it comes to the riffs, Dystopia is definitely a thrash album. There are really heavy parts with an old school feel, but there’s also ample variety and some modern influences.
With everything working in concert, Megadeth sound reborn on Dystopia. Gone are the surprisingly un-metal banjo interludes of their last record, 2013's Super Collider; in their place is some of the most vital and menacing thrash that Mustaine has concocted in years.
Album · 2016 · 13 Songs. Opening with a conspiracist’s cornucopia of bad news ( The Threat Is Real ), Dystopia tears through 11 grim fight songs about political celebrity ( The Emperor ), global politics ( Post American World, which borrows its title from a Fareed Zakaria book), and a host of other things to be worried about before capping it off with a cover of hardcore band Fear’s Foreign Policy -.
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