Death Comes To Us All

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  • Bassist Richard Boucher explained to Alternative Press magazine that this is, "a song about obsession and not being able to control your thoughts."
  • Originally written on a 7-string guitar, the band thought the tempo was too slow, so they switched to a 6-string.
  • The breakdown in the midsection came from a jam in rehearsals. Boucher commented to Alternative Press: "It's always amazing when things are spontaneous and just work."


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