Reap the Light - 'Victory Is Near'
Reap the Light has nailed a powerful performance in this song. Starting straight on point with heavy guitar tones and break-neck rhythm, we're in for a crazy ride. The heat of the music takes over you like wildfire. The consistent high energy of this track drives emotions to the fullest. The headbanging, hard-hitting drums crank up the beats, blowing life into the uniform flow of perfectly executed tempo. The pumping fat mix is deeply tied to the traditions of the heavy metal/rock genre. Massive and crunchy guitars are also accompanied by a thick bass growling along with all the highly amplified musical elements.

This rich and hardcore song goes through various patterns and variations leading to its ultimate intensity. Overall, the music is dense and saturated, retaining its tightness together without distractions and complete involvement of skills fueled by passion. Just like any virtuosic music, the impact of voice in this song makes it stand out due to the remarkable qualities it possesses. The rasps and the screams flawlessly represent the aggression in the vocals alongside fine melodic harmonies. In fact, this song has achieved the perfect balance between the gritty and the sonorous nature in its composition. Equally emphatically lyrical, this band has already grabbed the flag of victory with their classic, extreme and dynamic rendition.

Definitely listen to 'Victory Is Near' which was released on December 17, 2021, and is available on Spotify.

About Reap the Light:

"American Groove/Heavy Metal band Reap the Light released their debut album «Deliver Hell». The release was recorded at “Haxan Studios” in Edomex, Mexico, and mixed/mastered by Orion Hellraiser.

The songs on this album reflect great diversity in the writing while staying true to the genre of Metal. 

Reap the Light was formed in November of 2020 in the United States by Reverend Kuzz (bass/guitar) and Orion Hellraiser (guitars/drums). These days the band is constantly working on new music and is in collaboration with Tim Ripper Owens on a song called, Back to Bedlam."