The Megadeth Equation of Album Updates
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American thrash/heavy metal band Megadeth have given some equations based on the amount of work completed for their new upcoming album:
"12/12, 3/12, 3/12, 3/12 0/12, 0/12, 0/12, 0/12, 0/12, 0/12
"The above formula is based off of some fractions and the amount of work to be done still. See if you can stick with me on the way.
"Shawn is indeed done and back in Atlanta, 12/12.
"We are working on rhythms; I had three, as well as Chris that was finished, and James got two finished. I have nine left, as well as Chris and James has 10 (I was told to use the digits when writing after the number nine).
"The vocals, solos, BGVs, Keyboards, effects, mixes and mastering are still left to do.
"We will keep you posted, but I doubt we are going to have this done in time.
"It wasn't for lack of trying, my lovely Droogs. We have all sat around and been ready and waiting for our turn at the recording process only to have Murphy's Law interrupt us: with an interview, a photo shoot, a mix of a live DVD, some recording on the Static-X record, doing work on the private stuff that Andy has backed up around his neck (hehehe) and various other chat room or fan club interviews. I get there every morning and wait, Andy has been a good sport about all of the parts and working while we are getting everything lining up, James has been there a lot of the times and has been working on archive stuff, Chris has been down almost daily now going over songs with me, and we are just getting fired up!!!
"I have to hop off of the computer because it is needed by someone.
"What a great freaking day... stay metal, or die trying!!!
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