The cover art itself, a depiction of actress Jayne Mansfield engulfed in primitively sketched flames, suggests the demonology at work here. With gruff, snarling vocals, Yarmock sounds possessed, and he comes off as a cross between David Yow and Iggy Pop. He laughs like a goblin on "Bad Trip," mumbles about motherfuckers in "Wild on a Leash," and whines about getting his beer back in a hidden, untitled track. His garbled vocals are often hard to take, but the musicianship is solid, as the band plays with the right mixture of finesse and aggression. The twangy guitars in "Everything's Haunted" contrast nicely with Yarmock's howling, and the group sustains a high level of energy throughout the 13-minute title track.