Out to Pasture


  • Vocalist Chad Gray told Artist Direct that this cinematic number is his favorite song on Mudvayne. He explained: "I love the verses, and the chorus reminds me of one of my favorite songs from The End of All Things to Come—'Skrying.' It just happened that way. The misdirection between the verse and the chorus is awesome. There's not a lot of melody; it's just disturbing, f--ked up, weird and cool. There are no big sing-y parts. It's just in-your-fu--ing-face."


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