The endgame song is directly stolen from Metallica's End of the Line
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A great throwback to some of their old stuff. The twin guitars kind of remind me of Avenged Sevenfold.
Endgame is definitely a great album! A must have!
There are literally no bad songs on this album at all. Buy it.
I had all Megadeth albums from 1986 to 1992. I figured I'd give modern Megadeth a shot. I bought Thirteen. It was good, but not great. I bought Endgame a few days ago and I am very impressed with it. They're obviously never gonna top Rust In Peace, but this is probably the closest they'll ever come.
not as good as metallica or slayer OR anthrax
They shouldnt even be part of the big four they are hardly thrash!!!!SAD BUT TRUE
This album was awesome if u dont like the demos still buy it the whole songs are much better
I bought "Head Crusher" not knowing what to expect. I'm still a fairly new Megadeth fan, and I bought a couple of their singles before this one. The first time I heard this, I just had to buy the rest of the album! It's solid, no nonsense, pure metal gold! I was fairly surprised when I heard a police scanner in "44 Minutes", and other effects in different songs, but they work. "The Hardest Part..." is a fairly cool ballad that I can actually listen to, but the biggest shock I got out of this was "The Right To Go Insane". That has to be one of Megadeth's catchiest songs they've got! I seriously recommend getting the whole album, you won't be disappointed.
Something to remind us the older metal heads can still rock.
This album has the definitions of what megadeth is. The songs on here don't just feel like they were made in 2 minutes to make the album. Each is their own individual piece and is filled with alot of emotion, the same with the older megadeth albums.