Scorch: Reign Of Disease Song Review

Scorch are a Death Metal band from Sarasota, Florida, USA. The band consists of Connor Finnengan – Vocals, Michael Webb – Guitar, Matt Robbins – Bass, Lydia Kritsztina – Guitar, Lakota Stafford – Drums.

I have been following Scorch for a while, and I have been keeping an eye on them on what they have been up to, and when they announced that they were releasing Reign Of Disease, I thought “Oh, I have to check this out”. When Stevie Stings (Lakota’s dad) sent me the link to their Spotify page, I thought I would do a review of the song.

Now the song, Reign Of Disease. When I put this song on, I thought “Damn, this song is good”. On this, the guitars from Michael and Lydia are brilliant and have that relentless drive, and it is the same with the bass from Matt. The drums from Lakota are brutal and like the guitars, they drive the song along. At first, I wasn’t to sure about the vocals from Connor, but after listening to the song several times Connor’s vocals started to grow on me, to the point that I started to like them.

Now that I have listen the song several times, I can’t wait to hear more from Scorch. For such a young band, they have written and performed Reign Of Disease really well, and if this the quality of music that they will be putting out, and I will be playing these guys on my show and I can also see that they will be going places. I would highly recommend that you check out the band on their Facebook page (click here) to get more information and updates.

I will give Scorch and their song Reign Of Disease a solid 4.5 out of 5 for an awesome song.

Project Metal Music

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