This is one of three songs on the album to have a remix version. In Precious Metal: Decibel Presents the Stories Behind 25 Extreme Metal Masterpieces
, the band members explain the remixes: Vincent says that they're more like different versions than mixes since, "It's not the easiest music in the world to mix, you know?" Lead guitarist Richard Brunelle mentions that the remix gave him an opportunity to improve some of his leads. Pete Sandoval notes only that the drums came through louder on the remix.
David Vincent recalls the early days of the group and recording this first album, explaining that the rejection letter from one album (which he still has) said in part: "After listening to your tape, all we can say is that you do for music what King Herod did for babysitting."