The main point of this song is that this guy from the band has a girlfriend that won't leave him alone and is probably wasting minutes and texts on her phone because she won't leave him alone as I type and you read. The song is pretty fun, except for a few parts that feel out of place. For example, that boring part where just normal not death metal music plays for about 20-30 seconds. What's the point? Is he dying? There is no indication.
Also, there's the music video. The music video makes no sense whatsoever and has pretty much nothing to do with the song. Let's see, shall we? This guy is in an ambulance and he's dying. He's losing blood fast, and he needs to get to a hospital. In that note, the ambulance is also chased by a bunch of pointless zombies. LOTS TO DO WITH THE SONG, EPITAPH! (That was sarcastic, but you couldn't tell, unless you have physic powers because I am typing and I cannot add any tone to words that are written). Then the nurse sees the zombies chasing the ambulance and calls up the mummy driving the ambulance instead of, oh, I don't know, TALKING TO HIM, and tells mummyface to lose the zombies. Next thing I know, the guy with like no blood is standing on the roof screaming. Also, it's day. Wasn't it just night 2 seconds ago? Won't it just be night in 2 seconds? Yep. 2 seconds later, the guy is back inside the ambulance talking to the nurse. Oh, now he's on the roof again. Oh, he's flying now. Mummyface is still driving. Oh, back to the flying guy. Oh, now we are back to the main plot with the totally forgotten zombies chasing the ambulance. Oh wait, hold it. They're vampires all of a sudden. And now the guy is flying again.
So the ambulance pulls up to some kind of
In total, this song and video combined gets a 16% rating. Really, that's it. Until next time, this is Storm being obnoxious and suprisingly annoying. This is Storm, signing off.