Watch: DAVE MUSTAINE offers a ‘road breakdown’ of his colognes

MEGADETHit is Dave Mustaine shared her recommendations on the best fragrances for men. Earlier today, the 60-year-old guitarist/singer uploaded a short video to social media in which he offers a “roadside breakdown” of his on-the-road colognes as part of “The Metal Tour of the Year”with headliners MEGADETH and LAMB OF GODas well as acts of support TRIVIUM and IN FIRE. Among the perfumes that Mustaine promoted in the video are those of Seduce, Versace, Burberry and 1 million.

Mustaine celebrated its 60th birthday on September 13, 2021 at MEGADETH‘s concert at the Leader Bank Pavilion in Boston, Massachusetts. During the show, the audience sang “Happy Birthday” to Mustaineafter which a five-minute video was released in which a number of other musicians shared their best wishes for Mustaineincluding GUNS N’ ROSESslash, Ozzy Osbourne, MOTLEY CRUEit is Nikki Sixx, CORNit is Brian “Head” Welch, Ice-T and members of LAMB OF GOD and TRIVIUM.

David was born on September 13, 1961 in La Mesa, California.

One of the first members of METALLIC before being expelled in 1983, Mustaine feuded with their former bandmates for over two decades before finally fixing things in the last decade.

In 2009, David was ranked #1 in Joel McIverthe book “The 100 Greatest Metal Guitarists”.

Commenting MEGADETHalmost four decades of existence, Mustaine says to new zealand Thing in a 2013 interview: “Time flies. 30[-plus] Years seems like a long time, but boy, it’s over so fast. Sometimes I sit and think about the number of things that have happened over the years, and I guess what makes me feel the most is when I see how many people say, “We met at a concert”, “We got engaged”. at a concert’, ‘We got pregnant at a concert’, all those things they share. Those landmarks, those memories, they’re really cool.”

He continued, “I never thought I’d be doing this for so long; it’s crazy. And the fact that we can have fun doing what we’re doing, on top of that, makes it so much more enjoyable.”

Asked in a 2016 interview with FaceCulture to explain its longevity, Mustaine said, “I don’t know. I’m sure there are a lot of people who want to know. [Laughs] I think it’s just being honest with people. Sometimes people don’t want you to be honest with them. [I am honest] sometimes at fault. I think sometimes I can be direct, and I think that hurts people. That hurts me. There are things I said that I regret. But would I change anything? No. I love being here right now, and if I change anything, who knows where we’ll be?”

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