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Megadeth Collaborates with Disturbed's David Draiman on Tracks for Upcoming Album has added some extra star power to their upcoming studio album, Super Collider, which arrives in stores sometime in June.

On Sunday, singer/guitarist Dave Mustaine took to his Twitter account to reveal that Disturbed frontman David Draiman will be featured on two tracks of the forthcoming release.  Mustaine tweeted, "David Draiman delivered on 'Forget to Remember' and 'Dance in the Rain': The songs are way better too!"

This won't be the only collaboration on Super Collider, if Mustaine has his way.  Last week, the rocker tweeted that he met country icon Willie Nelson and asked him to lend his talents to "The Blackest Crow," another cut from the forthcoming release.

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