There's no reason for the name besides the sticker I cut up and put on the top.
This was an Ibanez sound take distortion. Now it's a box full of bees buzzing and high squeals. There are obvious sweet spots with the knobs. It's best to work with the volume and the distortion levels and see how they interact with each other. The pedal is a sound-maker on it's own, but using this in feedback loops is ESPECIALLY fun. Either way, it will give you a lot of possibilities.
The sound clip is once through just dry, pure pedal. The second clip is the same exact thing but with some delay and reverb on it, so you can hear how the pedal can nicely drone and also do some crazy stuff.