Guitarist Bill Kelliher told MusicRadar.com
this was a song that Dailor "mostly came up with." He added: "When we got into the studio, I changed around some parts. I dropped down the tuning to make it sound more evil. It was a little too happy at first, so I tuned it down to A again.
The magic glue to the song is the little staccato bit that holds sections together. (Producer) Mike Elizondo and I butted heads on that – he thought it was unnecessary, but I stuck to my guns. There's a lot of open, dissonant notes on it – I like how crazy and twisted they sound. Open notes give you a warbly texture."