Reprisal are a Brutal four-piece thrash band that are tearing up the UK!
“Wielding an admirably distinctive blend of thrash and death metal, these young Brits already sound very much like the finished article, boasting power, precision and lacerating hooks galore. Ichneumanity is a truly startling debut.”
DOM LAWSON (Metal Hammer, March 2014, Issue 254)
“Their debut EP Ichneumanity was produced by the mighty Russ Russell, which rather confirms that Reprisal are a bit special. Their vicious blend of turbocharged thrash and tech-tinged deathly grit is as fresh and distinctive as it gets in the UK scene. Ones to watch, both at Bloodstock and in the future.”
DOM LAWSON (Team Rock, July 2014)
From their upcoming album ‘None Survive The Sun’ Come’s the new single ‘Nephila’.
“Reprisal’s thrash/extreme metal manages to blend old-school elements with modern awareness and aggression, and the end results are very effective. The songs are well-constructed, there’s some fine guitar work in evidence, and the band have avoided leaning too heavily on any particular influence and sounding derivative. With Russ Russell lending his talents to the mixing and mastering processes, you can be assured of strength and clarity to the sound, and that brings out the best in this handful of tracks. This is a strong opening statement from a band with plenty of potential.”
CHRIS KEE (Zero Tolerance, April/May 2014, Issue #058)
”Reprisal handle the complexities of their ultra-modern sound with knife-edged precision, interspersing these pummelling episodes with expansive, groove-laden riffery. Gathering superhuman sustained momentum beneath a coldly immersive tsunami of screams.”
FAYE COLEMAN (Terrorizer, May 2014, Issue #248)
From their debut release ‘Ichneumanity’ was the single ‘Atomic Tectonics’. watch the lyric video below.
“Through a strong sense of song craft this modern sounding thrash juggernaut never tires and remains diverse enough to keep you hooked all the way through… packing an intensity missing in a lot of bands.”
LUKE HAYHURST (Destructive Music, December 2013)
Let’s see what Tom Johnstone has to say about Vocalzone!
“Before using Vocalzone I would just have had a really harsh, dry throat after performing and it would take a good 36 hours or so for my voice to recover. With Vocalzone’s help, however, I’m always ready to deliver each and every night.”