Album: Afterglow (2012)
  • This is the closing track of Afterglow, the third studio album by Black Country Communion. It was originally written for their previous record, 2, but didn't make it onto its final track listing. Frontman Glenn Hughes explained: "We held it over because there simply wasn't enough room. To me, it fits this album a lot better. It's a really aggressive song – it's dangerous and angry. I love it. It's a great way to finish the record."

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