Going into this song I was not expecting alot and merely though it would be ok seeing how I am a fan of the band and all. But boy did it surprise me!
The song starts with some extremely intense growling that will leave you gasphing for air (yup, it is undertiered) which is kind of a love/hate affair. If you can growl yourself though (which you should going into a extreme metal song, just saying) this will give you a good challenge and some entertainment.
But after the extreme intro we get to the more calm part where the clean vocals come in, and this is actually extremely fun! Krysta Cameron sings long strings of held notes with just enough swing and movement to make it stay interesting the whole time, and this part also have some much needed breathing room.
Also, they charted the bugel horn after the harp solo to vocals. This means that you either can use a horn of yourself if you are lucky enough to own one or try to imitate it's sound, both which have a hillarious outcome. After this we get a final batch of intense growling before the song ends.
So basically, unless you hate breathtaking growling parts with a passion or you take yourself to serious to sing bugelhorn parts this is actually quite a blast on the vocals. It's a good mix of hillarious, intense and straigth out fun.