Hate these kids at school that think they listen to metal when all they listen to is Black Veil Brides,just no,get some Metallica&Megadeth in your ears,then you can say you listen to metal.
1992. Countdown To Extinction
is the fifth studio album by band Megadeth, released on July 14, 1992 through Capitol Records. It is their best-selling album, eventually achieving double platinum status. The album also produced the band’s most successful hit singles, “Symphony of Destruction”, “Sweating Bullets”, This was the last album to feature the Combat Records company logo on the back of the album.
Countdown to Extinction was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 1993 Grammy Awards and the title track of the album won the Humane Society’s Genesis Award, making Megadeth the only heavy metal band to be given this honor.
Countdown to Extinction was the second album featuring the Dave Mustaine/Dave Ellefson/Nick Menza/Marty Friedman line-up. It was produced by Mustaine and Max Norman at The Enterprise in Burbank, California. It was pre-produced by Ryan Greene.
The band’s change in musical style meant that many songs on the album follow a more traditional hard rock structure, with verses and choruses (unlike many of the band’s previous albums). The album is the band’s most commercially successful album to date.
Dave Mustaine Marty Friedman Dave Ellefson Nick Menza