That's right, in the wise words of Dave Mustaine himself—state of the art speed metal! I gotta say, it was one of my favourite shows to date, as I have said before and I will say again—thrash rules everything around me. I have been belying my thrasher roots with my themes over the past few months so was great to play some 80s-only speed and thrash metal. I will do a heavier thrash show real soon, so thrashers be on alert! However, next week's show will be a South American massacre so do tune in to that next Monday, October 22nd, so I guess some time in November. There is still another punk show to come, perhaps with some crossover lumped in, maybe another year-only show—1985 anyone?—and, well, a 2012 show nearer the year's end, of course. So many good new tracks to play, fuckkk.
I would just like to point out that the first remastered track I played out of choice was in fact Dave's Megadeth as the original of the album sounds like it was recorded in an old washing machine, so props for once to remastering. Definitely didn't play the remastered Savage Grace at the start—WHY did they overlay triggered drums onto that beast of a speed metal record??? Be like CGIing a smile onto the Mona Lisa or something, I don't know.
Soon like-minded heathens, metal troglodytes, and the rest!