The bit where it alternates between the two shapes at the end of that run is definitely a bit of a confusing finger twister! It’s deffo picked every note. I couldn’t do that at full speed. That said, I’ll try and offer some tips... even though you’re clearly better than I You may want to see if it’s your right hand or your left hand letting you down. Can you pick the triplets without moving your left hand? If not, it’s just a case of picking one note mega slow and working up with the metronome. The angle of the pick is key, as is plectrum type. Anything but 0.60 tortex is a waste of time IMO I have no idea how people use those mega heavy ones I have no doubt you know this but pick angle should be tilted in both axis... like this. As for the left hand, slow it right down and see how far that pinky is flying away from the fretboard. If it’s going way up, you’ll never get it down.. so focus on controlling him. This is what I’ve been up to... except that I’ve been doing runs on the low E string and A string - my picking is flying all over the place. I want to get that tornado of souls riff down and it’ll never happen at speed with this dreaded pinky; arrrgh That initial run you’ve been practicing is also on my list of exercises where I’m trying to move my fingers as little as possible. God, really makes you realise how poopy you are when you’re fingers fly off all over the place when you slow it down. I appreciate that they do have to move a bit but for the purpose of getting more control in the long run I’m being really strict with myself.