This features a vocal contribution from Device and Disturbed frontman David Draiman. It came about when Mustaine was at Draiman's house listening to Device and some of the Trivium record he had just produced. "I just had this idea," the Megadeth frontman recalled to Ultimate-Guitar.com
. "I just said, 'Hey, you know what? Why don't you sing this end part here?' It's supposed to be like 1984 and the whole song is about how society is going to the dogs and how people have to work more and more and more and more to be able to make ends meet. And at the very end it's like, "OK, here we go. 'Endgame'." The loudspeakers are telling you what to do and my voice going from me being the main character to being the voice in the speaker just wasn't as cool as having a guest. When David did it, it was like, 'Oh my God, dude. You totally nailed this.'"