Dystopia - Megadeth

Dystopia

Megadeth

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2016-01-22
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2016 Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
The Threat Is Real Megadeth 4:22
2
Dystopia Megadeth 4:59
3
Fatal Illusion Megadeth 4:15
4
Death from Within Megadeth 4:47
5
Bullet to the Brain Megadeth 4:29
6
Post-American World Megadeth 4:25
7
Poisonous Shadows Megadeth 6:02
8
Look Who's Talking Megadeth 4:14
9
Conquer... or Die! Megadeth 3:33
10
Lying In State Megadeth 3:34
11
The Emperor Megadeth 3:52
12
Last Dying Wish Megadeth 3:49
13
Foreign Policy Megadeth 2:28

Reviews

  • Won a Grammy for a Reason

    5
    By That One Metal Guy
    Have you been looking for new, good metal to listen to? Haven't been able to find any? Everything is boring nowadays? Well look no further because this album is your thrash messiah - awakening to please your eardrums with brutal, chunky riffs, and guitar solos that'll make you orgasm on the spot if not combust. This new, Grammy award winning album by the number one in the big four, Megadeth, is absolutely astounding and ranks as the best record they've done since Countdown To Extinction, and Rust In Peace which features the new and improved line up featuring new blood, Kiko Loureiro from Angra on lead guitar, co-founding bassist, David Ellefson, Lamb of God drummer, Chris Adler, and the legend himself, Dave Mustaine. Make your life 100x better by getting this album and the face-melting content it possesses. WARNING: Playing this record in public will attract boatloads of chicks.
  • Megadeth is back!!!!!

    5
    By 1Skorpius
    By far the best Mega album it's been many many that I have waited for Megadeths true thrash potential I've always said Megadeth needs to be a bit more aggressive with the guitar and drums and it's definitely shown in this album true trash metal!!!
  • Seriously?

    1
    By fitsound
    If this is music, then my garbage disposal is a symphony.
  • Great work

    5
    By TurtleDo
    Really has some killer tracks, most of them stand out and stick in my mind after listening to it. Definitely worth buying. (Conquer or die is my personal favorite.)
  • Great album

    4
    By slipknotmaggot7426
    I like this better than Metallica's comeback with "Hardwired...To Self-Destruct". The guitar is awesome, as to be expected
  • One of the best megadeth albums to date

    5
    By jpizze
    One of the best albums in metal to come out in a while . Dave is a genius on guitar and he shows it off in this album . Pick it up
  • Megadeth makes a mega comeback

    5
    By MARCOLA1972
    I've been listening to MEGADETH since Peace Sells, I would say it falls in the group of the first four albums. But I'm glad it came out now so we have another killer album to jam too...
  • Wow!!!!

    5
    By BigBroJ2003
    This is one of the best Megadeth albums in a very long time! Dave sounds great and Kiko is shredding all album. Highly recommend!!
  • This album could save metal!!

    5
    By TaylorMesa
    This is such a solid album from start to finish. There is a lot of 'old school' Megadeth on this album, but not to the point of being re-hash. MD may not be to everyone's taste, but I've been a fan since Killing is my Business was released and they have to be the most consistent metal bands ever. Metallica made a mistake by letting him go!
  • Great Move Megadeth

    5
    By T-222222
    What a great album! Great to see the distractions are not affecting the quality of the Megadeth product. Even with the search for a permanent drummer and the loss of their Lead Guitarist Chris Broderick they have focused on what's important. Now once again Dave has found an amazing fit, that is Kiko Laureo who brings a technical beauty to Megadeth. One thing that I've noticed over the years is that Megadeth brings out the best in all of their lead Guitarists. When I hear the solo material of Marty's Friedman's new JPop albums they are lacking the nice musical beauty that his playing really had with Megadeth. And Chris Broderick is a great guitarist but the creativity & compositional abilities that make good music great were left behind with Megadeth. And now we are witnessing Kiko's solos which are probably written by Dave and they have the expertise and color that Mustaine brings out in his band mates. I like Kiko's playing in Megadeth far more than Angra. Now if the guys can work together and take Dave's lead we can hear some great albums down the road with Megadeth.

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