The band that Verscythe reminds me of the most is a little-known group called Lethal. Much of the reason for that is the higher-pitched, plaintive vocal style of Justin St. Pierre. His vocals really drive the band forward with their air raid siren quality. He has an impressive vocal range and the ability to hit some astonishing high notes.
Musically, Verscythe is melodic and powerful with some Maiden-esque dual guitar melodies. They are not as progressive as the aforementioned Lethal, but it is still uplifting and infectious metal. The guitarists complement the galloping riffs with blazing solos. Almost all of the songs roll along at a brisk pace but are performed exceptionally well for a band that plays as fast as Verscythe. They do slow things down at times to prove that they are a multidimensional band, as skilled at playing fast and heavy as they are at slow and melodic.
The only misstep is the ballad "Wednesday's Rain" which comes off sounding like the kind of song Warrant or Extreme would have written. It comes off a little cheesy and insincere. The kind of song written just to gain female fans and some radio play. That is certainly not a problem with anything else on the album.
This is an impressive release from a new band. While this is not likely a style that will gain them a ton of fans, it should be able to foster a devoted following.