“I think it’d be good for Megadeth, and it could be great for Metallica too”


Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine hasn’t been in Metallica for nearly 40 years, but he’s leaving the door open to work with James Hetfield again. In an interview with site VWMusic, Mustaine shares that he’s been “secretly hoping” that he and the “Enter Sandman” rocker might be able to “write together again.”


Dave went on to say…

“Well, I have to think that my longevity might just be stubbornness,” he said. “I have been secretly hoping there’d be a day where James [Hetfield] and I can write together again. I think the world really does want us to do that, and I think there is a pretty good possibility of it happening down the line.


Despite initially feeling sour about his forced departure, Mustaine noted that he has a strong relationship with Metallica in the present day. “I’m glad to say that our friendship today is so much different from that moment, those moments, those days, those times, those people,” he said.

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