German death metal band REAWACAN is glad to announce the signature with The Metallist PR for the worldwide promotion of their self-titled debut full-length Reawacan, released on December, 14th 2019.
The album is available on Bandcamp (https://reawacan.bandcamp.com) and on the main digital platforms as 12″ splatter-vinyl gatefold LP in a limited edition of 200 hand-signed copies, jewel case, and digital download.
Far from modernity that imposes extreme rhythms and speeds, the REAWACAN sound is made of simple guitar riffs, clean song structures, and growling vocals opening to you the doors of the abyss.
Drummer Marco Gebert stated:
“With our music, we want to play an individual kind of Art Death Metal that is broad in style and has a certain recognition value. Independence, creativity, well-composed and arranged songs are very important to us. We want to sound like ourselves – REAWACAN – and not like so many other bands.”
The album has been mixed and mastered at Stage One Studio (Destruction, Krisiun, Nervosa) by Andy Classen. The artwork is by Timon Kokott.
Reawacan is available on the following digital stores:
Apple Music: https://apple.co/3jxkZbj
1. Anonymous Madness (3:17)
2. C’mon Let’s Suffer (3:37)
3. Illusory Reality (4:03)
4. Hope Inside In Sight (3:39)
5. Der Traum (4:46)
6. Reawacan (5:55)
7. The Weaker The Stronger (3:41)
8. Angry Grief 2019 (4:31)
9. Warrior Vs. Worrier (4:12)
10. You’re Off (2:29)
Dan Krieger – Vocals, Guitars, Bass
Marco Gebert – Drums
REAWACAN was founded in 2017 by Dan Krieger (guitars, bass, vocals) and Marco Gebert (drums). The band members first met in the early 90s. At that time, Marco joined IMMORTALIS and Dan ABSZESS. After the bands played together on a gig, the two guys departed to found a new band: LACRIMA CHRISTI.
Together with other members, LACRIMA CHRISTI was born in 1994. After 10 years, one demo tape, and some touring through Europe, the band ceased to exist. After a long creative break, Marco and Dan came together once again in 2017 to express their contemporary visions of musicality. The sum of all those free-spirited sound experiments had been forged into the self-titled debut album Reawacan. REAWACAN takes influence from different subgenres of Death Metal, varying from groove and melodic to old school and even progressive.