This month we talk about Rust in Peace, Megadeth’s first album with Nick Menza on drums, released in 1990. Let’s start by practicing on a figure that often recurs in the album; outro of Take No Prisoners, intro of Rust in Peace and also in the initial section of Holy Wars, where we will play it starting on the upbeat of 3. This figure is composed by two sixteenths played with hands over a basic 16th bassdrums roll. We move on the solo section of Holy Wars, where we find a groove with snare on the beat and bass drum on the upbeat. On the fourth movement of the third measure and in the second and third movement of the fourth measure of guitar riff we must add the second sixteenth with the other feet. Personally I found it more comfortable to hold the right on the third sixteenth and add the left one in the way I’m going to show You. Now, let’s practice on a 16th sextuplet divided among four hands and two feet; figure that we will find in the central section of Take No Prisoners, song that also includes 160 Bpm double bass drumming.