This was one of the last songs that vocalist David Draiman and guitarist Geno Lenardo wrote for their eponymous Device album. "From a lyrical perspective, it's basically about what our greatest addictions as musicians is," Draiman explained to Artist Direct
. "That's playing live. It takes almost a tongue-in-cheek approach at describing it almost treating it as if the experience itself were some kind of intoxicating drug. It's the most intoxicating experience I know of. That's for certain. There's no drug that can hold a candle to it. It's the whole thing. It's the life. It's the stage experience. It's everything you take with the feeling of leaving from the stage, the feeling you get going to it, and the energy you get from the crowd."