Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer credits this song's radio airplay for helping gain interest in the band. "We made a record [The Way Of The Fist] before we had any help at all," he explained to Live Metal
. "Zoltan and I started tracking the record before we even had a full band. So we just did everything we wanted to do. I thought we made a record that was what I wanted to hear and what I wanted to play."
"It became obvious that after 'The Bleeding
' broke at radio, they were, like, 'We would love to play something else, but we can't exactly play 'The Way Of The Fist', because [laughs] it's all double bass and F-bombs,'" he continued. "They're, like, 'It would be great if you could have something else to play.'"
"It was this weird spot for us, but we just decided, 'Hey, let's write something that we like that could still work for what they're asking for,"' Spencer added. "So we came up with 'Never Enough', which is one of our fan favorites, especially when we play it live. It sounds like Death Punch, yet it's not brutal enough to where they're not gonna play it."
He concluded: "It's important these days to have radio supporting you because it helps set up your tours and it just brings more awareness to everything that's going on."