By JOHN DALY
Megadeth bassist and co-founder David Ellefson and business partner Thom Hazaert will hold a book signing for “More Life With Deth,” at Book Soup in Hollywood Aug. 3.
In order to enter the signing line, those in attendance must purchase a copy of the new book and save the receipt to show upon entry.
The latest work is a follow-up to his 2013 memoir “My Life With Deth” and Ellefson picks up where he left off, tracking his mid-2000s departure from Megadeth, through his return in 2010. He offers an inside look inside one of the world’s most enduring heavy-metal bands.
Hitting the road this Summer with @thomfnhazaert for the 2019 #BASSTORY #MORELIFEWITHDETH Tour!! Dates and info at https://t.co/CSn05GPOSs Limited dinner VIP for all dates available at https://t.co/X6LtYo8gUu pic.twitter.com/zvQGQZxH08
— David Ellefson (@ellefsondavid) June 8, 2019
The book was co-written with his business partner, Hazaert, a radio personality and music journalist. In the book the duo chronicle Megadeth’s “BIG 4” shows alongside Metallica, Slayer, and Anthrax. They also write about the release of the Grammy-winning Dystopia, the band’s highest-charting record in more than 25 years and the two-year world tour to support the record.
Ellefson also discusses the band’s roots in rural Minnesota, the history of EMP Label Group, Ellefson Coffee Co., and metal label, Combat Records.
For information go to the Book Soup website