Former MEGADETH members David Ellefson (bass) and Jeff Younger (guitar) performed the third present of the KINGS OF THRASH “The MEGA Years” tour final night time (Friday, October 14) at The House in Las Vegas, Nevada. They had been joined on the live performance for a number of songs by one other former MEGADETH member, Chris Poland (guitar). Fan-filmed will be seen beneath (courtesy of YouTube consumer Timothy Rusling).

KINGS OF THRASH, which additionally consists of drummer Fred Aching in addition to guitarist/vocalist Chaz Leon, carried out MEGADETH‘s traditional albums “Killing Is My Enterprise… And Enterprise Is Good!” and “So Far, So Good… So What!” of their entirety. Fan-filmed video is accessible beneath.

In a latest interview with Thomas S. Orwat, Jr. of the Rock Interview Sequence, Younger was requested if he, Ellefson and Poland have gotten any response to the tour — both within the type of a blessing or an offended rebuke — from MEGADETH chief Dave Mustaine. Jeff responded (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “We’re actually not involved. I do not listen. I have never actually paid consideration or adopted MEGADETH since, I feel, I heard the ‘Rust In Peace’ album a few occasions, after which what you may hear on the radio or within the press.

“For us, this is not about any spite or retaliation; it is a celebration of the music that we had been all part of, that we helped create,” he defined. “And it is enjoyable for us to do that.

“Individuals mentioned, ‘You need to do that.’ And we mentioned, ‘Hey, yeah, you are proper. We ought to do that.’ It is a win-win — it is a win for us, and it is a win for [Mustaine], as a result of any efficiency royalties, something… If we did embrace dwell tracks, he would earn cash off that. It is selling albums that hopefully followers will return and purchase, which is placing cash proper in his pocket. Particularly ‘Killing Is My Enterprise’, I…