In the midst of their first tour of the United States in support of the new album Endgame, Megadeth made a stop in Kansas City last night. Now, for the purposes of this review, I will only look at Megadeth set, as there really wasn't much of note from the first three bands. The band hit the stage and immediately went into their first song, "This Day We Fight!" Along with that song, the only other song on the album that was played was "Head Crusher." For the most part, Megadeth played songs from their entire discography, with Risk and The World Needs a Hero being the exceptions. The usual songs, such as "Sweating Bullets," "Holy Wars," "Hangar 18," and "Symphony of Destruction" were on the set list, as was "Peace Sells...But Who's Buying," which had a spoken word intro to match the current events in the States. There wasn't a lot of banter in between songs, which was good, since that meant the band meant business. At one point, Dave Mustaine donned the "Professor" label, one that was given to him by a member of the Blabbermouth staff. Few bands are worth seeing live, even with not so good opening bands like Megadeth. And this show was no exception, as it lived up to expectations.