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Listen: Megadeth Streaming New Song, "Super Collider"

Listen: Megadeth Streaming New Song,

Megadeth are streaming the title track from their new album, Super Collider, over at their YouTube page, MegadethTV.

You can check it out below.

The song also is available at iTunes now for $1.29. Super Collider — the album — is scheduled for a June 4 release via Dave Mustaine's new label, Tradecraft, which is distributed by Universal Music Enterprises (UMe).

["Super Collider"] kind of came from that 'Symphony of Destruction' corner of my mind," Mustaine told Guitar World in the new June 2013 issue. "You can’t always play aggressive, thrashy stuff. Sometimes those aren’t even songs; they’re like musical rams.

"But because I’m not a pop guy, I’m also not really comfortable playing sing-along songs. To me, 'Super Collider' made sense like a normal song — a verse-chorus-verse-chorus kind of thing. It’s written the way a real songwriter would write the song, instead of just taking all these musical twists and turns."

For the rest of this interview with Megadeth's Mustaine and Chris Broderick, check out the June 2013 issue of Guitar World, which is available now at the Guitar World Online Store.

For the Megadeth story and more, including sidebars on Jackson Guitars' Chris Broderick Pro Series Soloist model and Dean Guitars' Dave Mustaine Signature Series, plus features on Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Heavy Metal, Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell, Adam Jones of Tool, the history of Epiphone guitars and more, check out the June 2013 issue at theGuitar World Online Store.

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