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David Draiman Joins Megadeth for Live Rendition of ‘Dance in the Rain’

Megadeth frontman and guitarist Dave Mustaine hinted that he would collaborate with Jason Newsted onstage for a rendition of a Metallica classic when Newsted returns to Gigantour after resting up from a bout of walking pneumonia. While we have to wait for that live pairing, Disturbed and Device frontman David Draiman joined Megadeth onstage for ‘Dance in the Rain’ in Winnipeg.

It was the tale of three Daves — Draiman, Mustaine and Megadeth bassist David Ellefson! Draiman, who is touring as part of Gigantour with Device, took the stage on Monday, July 22, lending his voice to this brand new ‘Super Collider’ track. He sings on the album version and helped co-write it, so this appearance was a no-brainer.

A fan captured the footage and posted it for all Megaholics and Disturbed fanatics to enjoy. Draiman takes the stage at about 3:50 into the video, ripping up in the vocal realm.

We love that Draiman is really flexing his metal muscle lately, producing the new Trivium album and rocking the hell out with Megadeth. While we totally dig this live collaboration, we continue to look forward to the Mustaine-Newsted live pairing on the horizon as well.

Next: See Dave Mustaine's Hint About Jason Newsted Live Collaboration

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