Heavy Metal legend, Dave Mustaine, to be interviewed on “The Metal Meltdown with Clutch” this Thursday.

Megadeth founder and heavy metal legend, Dave Mustaine, will be interviewed on “The Metal Meltdown with Clutch” radio show this Thursday (10/6).  Host Clutch Rocks! will talk with Mustaine about Megadeth’s new album “TH1RT3EN”, the recent Big 4 concerts, his autobiography “Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir”, his impending neck surgery, life, death, metal, faith and more.

“The Metal Meltdown with Clutch” airs weekly – Thursday nights 7-10pm Central – on 106.7 The Source in Austin, TX and can be heard worldwide on www.thesource.fm The show brings listeners 3 hours of metal, hardcore, hard rock and more along with interviews with the biggest names in the scene.

More information about “The Metal Meltdown with Clutch” and the show’s host, Clutch Rocks!, can be found on the station’s website www.thesource.fm Any additional information can be attained by contacting Clutch using the contact information provided below.

“The Metal Meltdown with Clutch”
106.7 The Source (Austin / Round Rock / Georgetown)
Thursdays 7-10pm Central


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