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Regicide / Press

“A basic reliance on righteous riffs and progressions keeps me bobbing my head because the music straight-up rocks. Too often, metal outfits get lost in complicated, over-thunk bullshit; Regicide's Fall of an Empire clearly demonstrates the honest virtues of rocking out.”

“...this mix add up, and the more I listen to this album the more I enjoy it and each time something new in it I discover.”

“These guys have the kind of gloriously demented thrash sound that makes the New Wave Of American Thrash Metal so worthwhile, clunky moniker and all. There is something wonderfully bare bones about what Regicide do, the crazed kick drums and ferocious bass playing come together to help establish this band as true thrash stalwarts.”

“This is Thrash Metal mixed with a bit of New Wave of American Heavy Metal, resulting in energetic Thrash that’s largely Old-School but has a touch of modernity to it to give a little bit of an edge.”

“Overall, an inventive and original album, with unique qualities, which is not afraid to experiment. Some very winning Slayer and Tallicaesque sections, combined with the right kind of individual touches. Spinning off on multi-influential tangents, yet still keeping each song together; conveying purpose and meaning. Mystical, yet familiar. Yin and Yang. For sheer inventiveness, it wins lots of points.”

“..the band's success also comes from its ability to interact with audiences. Whether it's the lead singer jumping into the crowd for a verse or two, or outrageous stunts by the bass player that surprise even his band mates,[.. Regicide] likes to keep the mood fun and full of energy.”