Rolling Stone - 4 stars out of 5 -- "On just seven songs that run a little over an hour, Deafheaven have finally achieved what they've been striving towards for the better part of a decade: true post-metal fusion."
Spin - "There's always been a Britpop streak in Deafheaven's work, and guitarists Kerry McCoy and Shiv Mehra indulge in honest-to-goodness sick-ass rock leads in 'Honeycomb' and 'Canary Yellow,' like Oasis by way of Thin Lizzy."
NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "These songs are filthy, dank, often devoid of light, but like a weed emerging from a pavement's crack, there's something resembling hope there."
Paste (magazine) - "Opening track 'You Without End' is more or less a piano-pop song with a vaguely '80s vibe, adorned with a spoken word piece by Nadia Kury, decidedly non-blast drum beats and guitars that swoop and soar."
Pitchfork (Website) - "It's the first release from the Los Angeles-based quintet that feels more like a collection of songs than one unbroken piece, and it exposes shades of their work that have primarily been kept to the peripheries."
Clash (Magazine) - "[T]hey're keen to take risks, side step that familiar territory and play with the formula. That consistent need to innovate and grow is what makes Deafheaven so divisive, so unpredictable and so extraordinary."
1. You Without End
3. Canary Yellow
6. Night People
7. Worthless Animal