Metal rockers Megadeth has teamed with Image Entertainment to release ‘That One Night: Live in Buenos Aires’ on DVD March 6th with a CD version of the concert scheduled for March 27th.
The show was filmed live at Obras Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 9, 2005 before a rabid audience of over 25,000 fans. The 90-plus minute film and CD features songs encompassing Megadeth’s career – ranging from their 1986 album ‘Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying through’ to 2004’s ‘The System Has Failed.’
“This was one of the greatest nights of my life,” says Megadeth founder and frontman Dave Mustaine. “I am glad I was able to document it and share it with you. ‘That One Night’ is a lesson in metal fanaticism by some of the best participating, most frenzied, and intense concert-goers in the world! I have waited ten years to show the rest of the world how much Megadeth and Argentina love each other. If seeing this doesn’t convince you how lethal a Megadeth concert in Argentina with some very close personal friends can be, don’t worry…you’re already dead.”
Megadeth recently wrapped up a leg of dates in Japan and Australia, as well as their second annual “Gigantour” festival tour of the U.S. – which included Lamb of God, Opeth, Arch Enemy, Overkill, Into Eternity, Sanctity and The Smash-Up. The multi-act, two-stage festival ran September 6 through October 8. A DVD and CD of last year’s inaugural “Gigantour” was also released by Image Entertainment.
Since wrapping up “Gigantour 2006,” Mustaine and the band (guitarist Glen Drover, drummer Shawn Drover and bassist James Lomenzo) have been working on a new CD, set for release in 2007 via Roadrunner Records.