MEGADETH: New Song 'Sleepwalker' Available For Listening To Members Of Fan Club

February 21, 2007

A brand new MEGADETH track, entitled "Sleepwalker", is currently available for listening at MegaFanClub. You must be a registered member in order to gain access.

The MegaFanClub gives fans the opportunity to get even more access! A membership provides a ton of exclusive merchandise such as a Deluxe MFC Vic T-Shirt, MFC Laminate, hand signed 8x10 photo, personalized membership card, MEGADETH postcards, MFC metal keychain, genuine MEGADETH guitar picks, gold stitch MEGADETH patch, a season's greetings card mailed to you in December, and a letter from Dave Mustaine!!! Also included is access to the MegaFanClub web site with exclusive media, private forums and chat room, live chats with the band, auctions, contests, giveaways, blogs, news and photos, pre-sale tickets, your chance to meet MEGADETH, and more!

"Sleepwalker" comes off MEGADETH's new album, "United Abominations", due on May 8 via Roadrunner Records. The CD was mixed at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, England by Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, SKINLAB, NEVERMORE). Check out the cover artwork at this location. A professionally shot video clip of MEGADETH performing a new song, entitled "Washington is Next", on October 14, 2006 at the Loud Park '06 festival in Tokyo, Japan has been posted online at Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Gears of War", "United Abominations", "Burnt Ice", "Never Walk Alone" and "Amerikhastan". A rough-mix version of "Gears of War", is available for download at this location. A video clip of MEGADETH performing "Gears of War" live on October 31, 2006 at Six Flags in Springfield, Massachusetts during the "Gears of War - Match Made In Hell" event has been posted online at

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