Necropia’s First Full-Length Album Available Now
Long Island’s Necropia have been leaving an impression on New York for years, but now they’re onto bigger and better things. Their first full-length, Desecration Complex, is full of slammin’ riffs and has enough breakdowns to last you for the next decade.
Fans of The Faceless (or whatever’s left of them) or Humanity’s Last Breath will dig Desecration Complex’s sound. It’s a record worth listening to, especially if you’re into progressive, techy death stuff, though I’ll admit I find the vocals a bit generic at times. Still, I wish I could dig up some lyrics because I was really taken with the album’s first single, “Pestilence,” which relayed the life story of a 14th century plague victim.
Desecration Complex can be streamed on Necropia’s bandcamp page. If you like what you hear and you’re anywhere near New York, you might want to check out their album release party the Revolution Bar & Music Hall in Amityville, where you’ll also be able to catch Dying Fetus, Rivers of Nihil, Thy Art Is Murder, and more!