The band partnered with Toilet Ov Hell yesterday to launch an early album stream of Aura of Iniquity. Out this Friday, April 23rd.
You can listen to Dead World Reclamation – Aura of Iniquity HERE
Toilet Ov Hell comments
“Dead World Reclamation play a style of melodeath that’s tried and true, and they are masters of their craft. The sound of Aura of Iniquity is familiar enough to have instant appeal, but the variety from song to song coupled with the band’s penchant for fluid, wicked riffing makes it a compelling listen end to end. Fans of the dancing fretwork of Carnosus, Wretched, and the tech-leaning The Black Dahlia Murder albums are going to feel right at home with this album. It chugs, it shreds, and it’s just about the most fun one can have with the genre.”
About The Release
With each new year, we can at least count on the advent of new music and material from bands that are new to us that ends up making the days and weeks go by with greater ease. To that end, Tempe, Arizona-based technical melodic death metallers Dead World Reclamation and their upcoming sophomore album, Aura of Iniquity, out Friday, April 23rd, should prove to be an exciting addition to the best death metal that will come out in 2021.
Active since 2017, the band has previously released their first album, Sentient, in October of 2017. Fast-forward to 2021, and Dead World Reclamation has grown into an entirely different beast ready to take over the world. Although still a melodic death metal band at heart, the group’s current form is greatly enhanced by technically inclined playing and orchestral layers paired with streamlined catchy songwriting. As always, they continue to stay true to their roots by infusing their complex take on melodic death metal with a metric ton of impenetrable heaviness and skull splintering brutality in every song.
Dead World Reclamation – Aura of Iniquity will strongly appeal to fans of Wretched, The Black Dahlia Murder, The Faceless, Inferi, and Alterbeast.
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