I'll write a more detailed description of this deck later but a overview:
This deck is very tempo-based in the early game, attempting to answer enemy minions with efficient trades and spells like kill command, while also flooding the board. In the midgame, focus is more on control than playing minions on curve, and in the late game the focus returns to having a full board. Kel'Thuzad was a late addition when I realised that N'Zoth, the Corruptor, Call of the Wild and just the general playstyle of this deck allows for a full board fairly easily. If your opponent has no answer for Kel'Thuzad, which is actually quite likely once they've been answering all your deathrattles and N'Zoth, you can quickly snowball into winning the game.
This deck has reduced in power level since Wild has had more meta snapshots and aggressive decks have become more popular. As a deck with no recovery, hyper-aggression puts you in a really bad position. I was thinking of making a Reno Jackson version of this deck, but it really relies on consistency. I may put in Antique Healbot or Mistress of Mixtures instead.