Variety of Death Zine
Reciprocal are a band from California that plays a very brutal and technical form of death metal with a touch of grind and this is a review of their 2014 album "New Order Of The Ages" which was released by Lacerated Enemy Records.
This is Reciprocalís second album of Technical Death Metal. They are from the US.
A strong start introduces the band and their heavy, sprawling sound to the listener. Itís complex and interlinked whilst retaining a brutality and nastiness a lot of Technical Death Metal bands are lacking in.
Originally issued independently at the tail end of 2013, Reciprocalís second album is seeing a wider distribution courtesy of Lacerated Enemy Records. Reciprocal play death metal that takes some heavy cues from Necrotism/Heartwork-era Carcass and Hate Eternal and combines it with some technical ferocity as well as some fleeting deathcore influences.
Metal Bleeding Corp
This is really a concept that fraught with absolute strength of technical death metal, could be heard through many tempos that really bite and slice off the ears, fast beats, no compromise, complex riffs as well as the composition of the monsters are really scary, but still in the majesty of the most extreme music.
Two Guys Metal Reviews
I love Carcass, and by extension, I love bands who sound like Carcass. It so follows that I love Reciprocal. However, I'm not doing them justice, these guys are far more than mere Carcass clones, as evidenced by their new record New Order of the Ages a fiercely political and very intelligent death metal release that uses a lot of technical elements to communicate what I view as a an essentially anarchist message. Did I make the record sound a lot more pretentious than it actually is? Probably. In simpler terms, Reciprocal have put out some damn tight death metal.
Lords of Metal
Reciprocal has been around since 2007 and they hail from Hollywood. No, theyíre not a glamrock band! This is brutal technical death metal we quite often hear from US bands. In 2009 the band recorded and released their debut by themselves.
by Sarcophagus Drummer
This album is amazing
The guitar and bass work is beyond technical and the drums......blow my mind
This is definitely a great buy for anyone who likes technical death metal