Second Death

An Album By

Death Requisite

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Death Requisite has been trolling around in the swamp since 1999, looking for gators to eat, I suspect. These Florida death metalers’ Second Death EP is a thriller that ends all too quickly. Clocking in around only 20 minutes, it’s just long enough to make listeners want more. Of the five tracks, the EP is bookended by instrumentals that add to the dark, classical vibe woven through the music. Musically, Death Requisite is very tight and would invite comparisons to Dethklok, except for the symphony motif flowing throughout the EP. Highly recommended.

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