“There is a point when you can move on: that is the band’s universal message” — interview with David Ellefson from Dieth

Author Hernan Osuna - 4.5.2023

After his turbulent departure from Megadeth —something we won’t talk about here—David Ellefson found his musical rebirth in the death-thrash powerhouse Dieth, a band in which he shares all his musical baggage with Grammy-nominated Brazilian/Swedish guitarist/vocalist Guilherme Miranda (ex-Entombed A.D.) and Polish drummer Michał Łysejko (ex-Decapitated).

A rejuvenated David Ellefson and his colleagues have handcrafted one of this year’s most passionate and intense albums: a jaw-dropping opus where darkness and light collide. The LP is called “To Hell And Back” and is set to be released on June 2 via Napalm Records.

Just before the release of the material, Chaoszine sat down to speak with the former Megadeth bassist about the genesis of his new band, the mourning process, and the rebirth. Dieth has recorded a very powerful album and one thing is for sure: this metal dark-shattering-brilliant manifesto is a refreshing slap in the face for all of us.

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You can check out the singles released from Dieth‘s debut album “To Hell And Back” below: