"Well...it's sounds worse than shit [the quality]. Haha! But, damn, it's refreshing to here it. It's unbelieveable that it's been 4 years since I sat down and wrote those riffs. Simplistic? Yes. But so what? You ever hear 'Paranoid' by the classic metal band, [Black] Sabbath? Of course you have. Who hasn't? I can play it with my eyes closed. Anybody could. It's easy. In fact, I think the entire song only has 4 riffs. That's badass! That's what I was going for with this. A slower paced, simple heavy metal song. We weren't trying to do thrash metal until last year. But I remember the day we recorded 'Wild Fire'. It was me, Matt, and another guy, named Tony. We used a Playstation Portable to record, and we just kept the audio. And that was it! I hardly knew a thing about music. But the song still sounded cool. That's why I want to go back. I want the original music to be given another chance. I don't expect to see it on any albums anytime soon, but I won't let it die."
The young metal head went on to state that the original material would be re-written with a similar feel to the unreleased W.I.V. song, "Nothing to Me", which is planned to be on the band's debut album.
Taylor finalized, "I was a junior in high school. The lyrics were written, but I accidentally left them in the lunch room one day. My heart SANK. Yeah, they weren't there when I went to retrieve them, either. Thank God! We had already recorded that demo. I just listened to it over and over and typed the lyrics up. As you can see with the 'Thrash and Burn' version, the lyrics are identical, nearly, with a few added paragraphs. I was proud to put out the 'Thrash and Burn' version with these lyrics, and I hope that both songs will be loved in the future."