This is actually one of my most played songs by choice, and that's because this chart is like crack. Play it once you're hooked.
We start out with a mix of galloping triplets and chords, which sticks around through the verses of the song. Then we transfer to the easy part, the HOPO segments. These are similar to the intro of TtFaF, but much slower, and yet more diverse since it switches between different root notes and different higher notes at the same time.
The chorus has streams of fast strumming coupled with more galloping triplets. Then we let lose the solo, which is easily the highlight, and one of the most fun solos in my personal library. It has all sorts of different HOPO patterns of varying speeds, switching from somewhat restrained to complete madness.
After the solo comes the part that personally stumps me the most (if at all), which has HOPO chords and even more galloping triplets. The rest of the song is essentially the chorus again with more triplets and chords.
This is one of my favorite charts to play, and if you can master these riffs, it will never get boring. Definitely an amazing chart, and I highly recommend it.