Deathcore diehards Reign of Vengeance deliver a level of anger anyone familiar with the "American Family Court" system can identify with. Inspired by singer Marshall Beck’s "own horrible experiences as a father fighting within the American family court system", the song and accompanying lyric video perfectly illustrate the almost occult like nature of the system. Drawing heavy inspiration from ancient rituals of child sacrifice, this song is just downright visceral.
Beck explains further: “We live in a time where misandry runs wild within the establishment media and legal/family court system. This in turn, directly and indirectly, affects children, fathers, and the cohesive family unit…After personally fighting through the most litigated family court case in the history of Arizona for 7 years and winning, having my rights continually trampled on, weathering through an endless sea of false allegations, having my social media accounts forcefully removed by court orders for criticizing their employees/institution, all of my money and resources drained and/or destroyed by attorneys and court appointees, as well as having my parental abilities continually questioned because of my ‘death metal lifestyle’ being perceived as ‘a call to violence,’ it seems absolutely necessary that Reign Of Vengeance release this song.
“Not only does this song reveal what is currently taking place in the American family court system to 84% of children and fathers who end up within the chains of this system, but it does so in what I consider to be one of the best songs ‘Reign Of Vengeance’ has released to date. Enjoy!”