Megadeth willing to cut 'offensive' songs

Modified 4 May 2017, 9:12 am

US thrash metal band Megadeth has expressed willingness to remove "offensive" songs from their set list tonight.

Frontman Dave Mustaine asked Malaysian followers on Twitter to cite songs that "offends Malaysians or their faith" and disclosed that they had to avoid certain songs when touring China.

"Thank you. If there is a song that offends Malaysians or their faith, please tell me. I wish to offend no one here. We cut songs for China," wrote Mustaine.

He was replying to one Hasbullah Najib, who told the legendary singer and guitar player that PAS Youth would not be protesting at the concert venue.

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