This is one of the heaviest songs on Three Sides Of One
, the first King's X album since XV was released 14 years earlier. "Musically, it's Black Sabbath meets Black Sabbath," bass player Dug Pinnick said in a Songfacts track by track
. "And it's awesome. I love the brutally heavy Black Sabbath vibe. And then then the beautiful acoustic stuff. It just turned into a really nice masterpiece. A cascade of beautiful music and brutality. I really like that song a lot. It's fun to play."