• Frontman Chris "Motionless" Cerulli told Kerrang! magazine that this is the song that he's most proud of writing. He explained: "I've always really wanted to do a cinematic, movie-score-type song. Rather than writing it as, 'this verse has to go here, this chorus goes here,' it was more like, 'Let's envisage a scene from a movie, write the music to it and then song over it later.' It came out exactly like I wanted it too. It's probably the coolest thing I've ever done in music."


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