Dave Mustaine of Megadeth Urges Fans to Stay In to Prevent Spread of COVID-19


Story by Charles Ken, promo photo by Jeremy Saffer

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine has posted an update on how he’s staying home and self-quarantining to help stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has been self-isolating and following stay-at-home guidelines to help fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and he’s asking fans to do the same.

In a new video message posted to Megadeth’s YouTube channel, Mustaine discusses how he’s been handing his time at home and gives an update on his new book. View the full video below.

“I just wanted to check in with all of you guys and see how you’re doing during the quarantine,” he said. “I hope you guys are taking the time to stay indoors and quarantine yourselves and especially take time to wash your hands a lot.”

He added, “Me, I’ve been staying indoors — I’m on Day 12 right now — and I’ve been washing my hands a lot and listening to a lot of Megadeth music, putting the final touches on a new book and working on the new Megadeth album. And looking forward to doing our next tour, once this is all over…”

He also said to check back regularly at Megadeth.com to get updates about what Megadeth band members are doing with their downtime.

“Until then, wash your hands a lot, stay safe and see you soon,” he stated.

Mustaine’s new book, “Building The Perfect Beast,” is slated to hit stores on Sept. 8.



Posted by Charles Ken | Metal, Music, Rock News

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