RECIPROCAL: Entire Debut Album Available For Streaming

The self-titled debut album from Southern California technical death metallers RECIPROCAL is being streamed in its entirety on the band's official web site. The CD was recorded at Mad Dog Studios with engineer Samur Khouja and will be released independently on November 19 via all major digital distributors (iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, etc.) as well as through the band's official web site.

"Reciprocal" track listing:

01. Voice of Evil
02. Victims of Circumstance
03. Hopeless
04. Wrath
05. Spiritual Disease
06. Idiopathic Pandemic Spreading
07. Zombiopsy
08. Hadalpelagic Worms
09. Below
10. Aeons of Ruination
11. Fallen

The CD's cover artwork, which was created by Tom Berg at So Cal Tattoo, can be viewed below.

RECIPROCAL will play a CD-release show on November 17 at Whisky A Go-Go in Hollywood. Also scheduled to appear are VEHEMENCE, ABYSMAL DAWN and ENTHRALLER.

RECIPROCAL recently parted ways with Unique Leader Records. According to the band, "the split was mutual [and] this will not affect our progress."

Jeff Hughell (ex-BRAIN DRILL, VILE) joined RECIPROCAL in June 2008 as the band's permanent bassist.

RECIPROCAL was formed in January 2007 when ex-GATEKEEPER vocalist Jacob Enfinger and former WILLOW WISP guitarist Andy McLeod joined forces with ex-CRUSHING SKULLS guitarist Alex Crescioni and former GRIMFIST drummer Dustin Perle.

For more information, visit the group's MySpace page.


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