The EP crushes from the start, as "Get in the Van" begins with noisy feedback and fuzzy tones that build up to a heavy doom-esque riff before kicking into a speedy, punk rock-tinged whirlwind. The short and not so sweet title-track is a ferocious, groove-filled rager, while "Throwing Bullets," powerful and unrelentingly visceral throughout, picks the pace back up.
Call of the Void revert back to slow and steady, oppressive rhythms with "On and On" before closing the EP with a varied mix of catchy hooks and destructive dissonance on "Never Enough." While the new material still rings true to Call of the Void's distinct style, AYFKM showcases a rejuvenated band that are now a much stronger, tighter and more dynamic unit. (Translation Loss)