INVIOLATE: 1. adj. Not violated or profaned; intact, free from violation, injury, desecration, or outrage.
Originally founded with Bryon Brown on guitar and Chris Farmer on bass, Atlanta's Inviolate continues to create and perform with vocalist and sample engineer Kadria at the creative helm, along with an array of Atlanta's finest rock and metal talent on-stage and in the studio. Inviolate's sound is multi-faceted, defying the labels of mere "metal", "rock", "electronica", but a sonic blend of all. But the live show underlines the uniqueness of the music: At the activation of the electronic pulse, a lone bellydancer takes the stage. The mesmerizing movements draw the crowd closer and the rest of the band to the stage. Heavy nimble guitar riffs, thunderous bass lines, tight high-energy drumming and powerful female vocals make apparent that something new and unique is being experienced.
Inviolate released its first 4-song self-titled EP in 2007 and will release a 7-song album titled "Feast of Ashes", co-produced with Mike Froedge of DevilDriver/Black Label Society in early 2012. Inviolate has shared the stage with a diversity of hard rock, metal, industrial and even acoustic acts including Epica, Scar Symmetry, Celldweller, Kittie, Symphony X, SOiL, Straight Line Stitch and Angie Aparo. The band is steadily garnering airplay on several radio and Internet rock stations including Rock 103 in Columbus, New Rock 93.3's Upstate Unsigned, 91.9 WLJS in Jacksonville, AL, Purevolume's Sugar & Spikes and Live365 Internet Radio's 92X.
Fans can look forward to seeing Inviolate play shows, promote the new album and spread the Inviolation all over the Southeast in 2012.