This one’s a multi-faceted piece, with atmospheric jangling and another gloomy lyric. ‘Death doesn’t answer when I cry for help,’ the singer declares, presumably looking back at the health struggles of the past few years. There are more optimistic bursts though and, again, the music sparkles even in its darkness. There are atmospheric jangles of semi-acoustic guitar that build into a crushing Sabbathian rumble, but there’s also the willingness to try something new in the form of the unconventionally poppy pre-chorus. This seems like the influence of producer and guitarist Andrew Watt at play, which is probably a good thing, but you can’t help wondering what Zakk Wylde might have done with the solo.