The EP featured six songs, including a new, big-budget production of "Feed Me to the Wolves" mixed and mastered by Dandy Warhols engineer Jeremy Sherrer at The Dandy Warhols Odditorium. Along with the title track, remixes by Kimono Kops and Assemble The Empire, and new cuts of "Burning Your Glory" and "Come Home" were featured on the EP, which was Logan Lynn's first official release for The Dandy Warhols owned and operated Beat the World Records.
Lynn released a music video for "Come Home (13 Puzzle Pieces Remix)" in the spring of that year, a sexually explicit stop-motion animation short produced by Logan Lynn Music and directed by Chris Tucker, who created the video by splicing scenes of a blown-out, high-contrast image of Lynn against scenes of male dolls in a variety of sexual scenarios. A few months later, he released a music video for "Burning Your Glory (Empire Edit)" which was directed by Trip Ross and produced by Uncultivated Studios and Logan Lynn Music. The "Burning Your Glory (Empire Edit)" video featured Lynn walking all over the state of Oregon, including Portland, Bend, and the Oregon Desert. In September 2007, Logan Lynn had a feature showcase at Portland's MusicFest NW festival. The next month, in October 2007, Lynn released a music video for "Feed Me To The Wolves". The video was directed by Rebecca Micciche and produced by Bystander Productions and Logan Lynn Music.