The song marked only the second time in the history of Lamb of God that frontman Randy Blythe used "clean vocals" - actual singing rather than growling or screaming.
"They played it back for me and said, 'Hey, I just wanna tell you something - Randy's singing on this.' And my heart dropped - I've heard him singing on the bus, just goofing off, and it's not good! But obviously, that's just him joking around," bassist John Campbell recalled to The Salt Lake Tribune.
"So my heart sank, I was a little nervous, and then the track came on and I was completely blown away. He completely nailed it and effectively used that in his palette for doing vocals."
The only previous time that Blythe used clean singing was on "Overlord
," a track that appeared on the band's 2015 album VII: Sturm Und Drang