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“The last song, and it just might be my favorite on the album," says Halpern. "It’s so hard to pick favorites, though. I always loved the demo of the song – the simplicity of the grooves and the guitar parts gave me chills.
“Spencer wrote the vocals in 15 minutes, and in an hour he had everything recorded. The kid’s unbelievable, and I have to say that his singing is epic here. He’s such a talent.
“Drumming-wise, it’s pretty busy. From the middle to the ending, the goal was to create something that’s so heavy and dark and so in your face. The guys let me just go off on a drum solo in the breakdown section before it fades out, and that was a lot of fun. One take was all I needed.
“The song ends like you’re traveling out into space – you don’t know where you’re going, you’re totally screwed, and everything is a disaster. If Hell were in the sky, you’re on your way.”