Former MEGADETH guitarist Marty Friedman has posted the following message via his official web site:"To all of the true-metal, nu-metal and non-metal fans that showed up to my clinics this week in Europe, THANX!!!! YOU ALL WERE GREAT!!!! I was blown away by the response and the sheer amount of people that showed up to all of the events I did in Paris, LeMans, Brussels and The Hague. It's really amazing to me that more and more fans show up to these things now than when I was doing them during MEGADETH tours. I appreciate your support and most importantly your patience in waiting for my new album, it's coming! I received a TON of demos and albums from you all, and they just keep getting better. I'm proud to have you all as my fans and I continue to wish you the best of luck in carving out your own musical identities. See you all on the road."
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