Podcast of Dave Mustaine’s interview on “The Metal Meltdown with Clutch” now available

Megadeth’s mega-fans and headbangers from around the globe packed the airwaves and the internet Thursday night to hear radio host Clutch Rocks! interview Dave Mustaine on “The Metal Meltdown with Clutch” radio show.  The two discussed the band’s upcoming album “TH1RT3EN”, lessons learned from The Big 4, the trend-bucking staying power of heavy metal, views on faith and Dave even faced Clutch’s infamous 5 question bludgeoning known as “Clutch’s Quickfire”.  The interview is available for streaming or download at this link:
The Metal Meltdown with Clutch airs weekly, Thursday nights from 7-10pm Central, on 106.7 The Source in Austin, Texas and worldwide on .  For more information about host Clutch Rocks!, the show, or for further inquiries, please use the contact and social media information located at the bottom of this release.


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