January, "The Big Four: Live From Sofia, Bulgaria" DVD and Blu-ray is certified multi-platinum in the U.S.
April, The "Big Four" perform for the first time ever in the United States the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, drawing an estimated 55,000 people.
June, The paperback edition of Dave Mustaine's autobiography, "Mustaine: A Life In Metal" is released in the U.K.
July, The"Big Four" play six dates across U.K. and Europe.
July, Megadeth joins the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival with Disturbed, Godsmack, Machine Head, In Flames and Trivium for U.S. summer tour
July, Megadeth's platinum-certified, "Peace Sells... But Who�s Buying?" is released in a commemorative 25th Anniversary deluxe 5Disc+3LP box set.
August, The paperback edition of Dave Mustaine'sautobiography, "Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir" is released in the U.S.
September, The new single, "Public Enemy No. 1" from Megadeth's forthcoming album "TH1RT3EN" is available for streaming at Megadeth.com.
September, The "Big Four" play their second-ever U.S. show at the new Yankee Stadium in New York City.
February, Original bassist David Ellefson returns to Megadeth, replacingJames LoMenzo.
February, Megadeth shoot a video for "The Right To Go Insane," the second single from the Endgame album.
March, The 20th anniversary of the Rust In Peace album is celebrated with a U.S. tour featuring openers Testament and Exodus. Final show in Hollywood is filed for upcoming DVD release.
April/May, The "Rust In Peace 20th Anniversary Tour" continues in South and CentralAmerica.
June, Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax - the "Big Four" of 1980s thrash metal, play together for the first time in Poland and continue to share the stage in Europe throughout the month.
June, The "Big Four" show from Sofia, Bulgaria is filmed for upcomming DVD release and is shown in theaters around the world.
August, Dave Mustaine's autobiography "Mustaine: A Heavy Metal Memoir"is released in North America. Book tour coincides with first leg of "American Carmage" tour.
August, 20 years after the original "Clash Of The Titans" tour, Megadeth tours again with Slayer and Testament for the "American Carnage" tour.
September, Megadeth continues to tour with Slayer and special guests Anthrax on the "Jagermeister" tour.
December, Megadeth's "Sudden Death" is nominated fora Grammy in the Best Metal Performance category.
December, Megadeth headlines six festival shows in New Zealand and Australia as part of the "No Sleep Til" festival tour.
January, Megadeth continues the recording of their 12th studio album with Andy Sneap returning as producer.
February, Megadeth joins Testament as openers for Judas Priest on the "Priest Feast" European tour.April, Megadeth headlines the Epiphone Revolver Golden Gods Awards, where Dave is presented with the Golden God Award.
June, Megadeth and Slayer team up for Canadian Carnage, a mini-tour of Western Canada.
June, "Head Crusher", the first single from Megadeth's new album, is released. The song is debuted live on the Canadian Carnage tour.
July, The video for "Head Crusher" is shot in LosAngeles, CA.
September, Megadeth's 12th studio album, Endgame is released, debuts at #9 on the Billboard chart.
October, Megadeth kicks off the 'Endgame Tour' in Australia and New Zealand co-headlining with Slayer.
November, 'Endgame Tour' continues in the U.S. Megadeth headlines with Machine Head, Suicide Silence, Arcanium and Warbringer.
December, Megadeth's "Head Crusher" is nominated for aGrammy in the Best Metal Performance category.
January, Chris Broderick (Jag Panzer, Nevermore) replaces Glen Drover on guitar.
February, Megadeth continues the 'Tour of Duty' in Europe and kicks off 'Gigantour 2008' in the U.K. with Job For A Cowboy and Evile.
March, Megadeth plays India for the first time, headlining the 'Rock In India' festival.
April, Gigantour 2 is...