The 18-year-old singer and her producers Ben Fowler and Phoenix Mendoza have reinvented the heavy rock anthem as Electra's country music debut.
"We thought it'd be a great tribute to MEGADETH fans for all the years of support," she tells Rolling Stone Country. "I wanted to say thank you, because honestly if it weren't for Megadeth fans, I wouldn't be able to try to fulfil my dreams now.
"I thought, 'Let's show everyone this is where I come from, and yes, I am Dave Mustaine's daughter, but look what I can do with it'. We tried to make it organic, raw and vocally driven."
Electra's star is ascending - she'll also feature in the Mustaine family's new reality TV series, which focuses on the clan's recent move to Nashville, Tennessee.
"Everyone knows the story of Megadeth and who my dad is," she tells the publication. "That story has already been told. But the one that hasn't been told is what he's like with his family, what it's like for him to move to Nashville and what it's like to have him walk into a tractor store and try to fit in. He is funny as heck."