Reapers Luck's style is what I tend to class as "theatrical metal", falling somewhere in that undefined area somewhere between power metal and Iron Maiden, and from the very first song the Iron Maiden influence was very clear.
The songwriting itself was a nice mixture from crescending ballads to the very maiden styled "horse metal" which gave their set some variety and made for a good show. The big standout for me was the drummer, and not because she's a girl (I'm not that shallow... all the time). Her drumming style was very unique and for some reason I couldn't stop watching, it's hard to describe as I'm not actually a drummer myself so I guess you will just have to get out there and check them out for yourselves.
I only have a couple of critiques and none of them major, the crowd interaction was essentially just announcing song titles to the crowd and I have never been a big fan of taking sheet music and/or lyric sheets onstage, but I guess that's just personal preference. Either way these guys are tight, so if you love maiden then theres a very high chance that you will love Reapers Luck as well!!!