Former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman spoke to Consequence about the reunion with the band and Dave Mustaine in Tokyo, Japan.
More, the guitarist was asked if will be possible to play with Megadeth again in the future:
“It was just like a perfect exclamation point on everything that we had done together up until this point. You couldn’t have written a better way for the whole thing to play out. It was just perfect timing, just a very natural and organic way to do it. […]
Regarding playing with Megadeth again, Friendman added:
“Yeah, man, the door’s open. I think the door has always been open. It’s really just a matter of doing something that has meaning to it. Meaning for them and meaning for me. So, Budokan is sort of a no-brainer. But if something were to come up that would be a good thing for them and a good thing for me, and add value to it, then I’m all for it.
”As far as I’m concerned, their band is just kicking so much ass right now, I can’t imagine them needing me for anything. But Budokan was wonderful. There’s other things in the future. My door’s open and we’re on great terms, and I love all the guys in the band. It’s very casual.”