“There’s the main riff that you hear on the left speaker – that’s a good example of me saying to the guys, ‘Let me have a little time here. I just want to crank my amp up really loud and come up with a driving guitar riff.’ Sometimes you just have to put yourself in that kind of environment.
“The song is centered around a chord progression that you hear Jordan play before the band comes in. Once the band does kick in, you hear it in an almost Metallica-ish way, and then you hear it when the bass is leading, and after that it’s in the choruses. There’s a lot of thematic repetition with the chord progression that you hear in the choruses.
“It’s another song that captures all of the elements we like to feature: the metal, the instrumental-prog, great synth moments with Jordan, big choruses with a really good hook, the guitar solo – all of it in a format that will hopefully leave you wanting more.”