Megadeth
Super Collider


1.5
very poor

Review

by Nash USER (1 Reviews)
June 4th, 2013 | 8 replies


Release Date: 2013 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Choosing between this and St. Anger (Metallica) is proving to be hard.

Megadeth has been a band who always tried to take different roads, their whole career has been about experiments. Its probably one of the softest Megadeth albums ever, but does that make it bad?

Yes it does, this is the worst Megadeth album.

I believe Mustaine tried to do the same thing with super collider that he wanted to 1999's risk, but the difference is that Risk was a DECENT album in their 'pop-rock' genre but a truly disappointing album for Megadeth fans. However, Super Collider takes an approach on the modern heavy metal sound, and the fact is, that this does not even sound close to anything that Megadeth's made in the past.

The lyrics are cheesy, a few good riffs here and there but songs don't feel well constructed.
No memorable moments.

Go check out Dystopia instead.


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Insurrection
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June 4th 2013


24105 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

oh man

Necrotica
June 4th 2013


10583 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Jesus Christ this review is burning my fucking eyes

Uranium
June 4th 2013


7543 Comments


great

NeoSpaz
June 4th 2013


4528 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

ugh

Jesuslaves
June 4th 2013


4682 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

DIS WORLDS GONE KRAZY

tempest--
June 4th 2013


19158 Comments


]V[EGADET]-[ ARE THE BEST THRASH HEAVY METAL BAND

DrHouseSchuldiner
June 4th 2013


5643 Comments


Gotta check

DethBlitz
June 4th 2013


2 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Fantastic Album...!!



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