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INCITE / Press

“It's a corrosively catchy combination of thrash, metal, and even a little hardcore that explodes on impact. Incite have got the elements of heavy metal's next big thing, and you're going to enjoy this War from the first shot to the last.”

“For a genre labelled by non-followers as music for “the angry young man”, heavy metal’s recent history has been littered with bands that profess fury without being particularly convincing, that are cautious in talking about what fuels their ire. Groups seem keen to play it safe to avoid upsetting people – ironic, in a style that is essentially an iconoclasm in and of itself. Incite frontman Richie Cavalera is thankfully not of this school...”

“Album of the Week: Incite, All Out War”

“3 stars ....is full of mean riffing and serious aggression.”

“(3 out of 5) Ploughing forward with adrenalin-soaked swagger and playing the groove-metal card once again…””

"What's presented here is ten solid modern metal tracks that are a pit-friendly mixture of groove metal, thrash riffage, and metallic beat downs." - Metal Mouth

“Easily one of the best thrash albums I’ve listened to in a while. They get 5/5 skulls!”

“(4 out of 5)…good old-fashioned thrash metal with a modern edge.”

Bass Guitar Magazine UK

“…a brutal and bloody collection of take no prisoners metal. Rating 7”

“NO letting up & NO filler...every song is kick ass, intense, strong, angry & in your face with heaviness!”

“4.5 out of 5 Reminiscent of the 90′s scene, yet with its own unique personality, the album is refreshing in its aim to provide quality metal songs without compromise.”

“...stick to their roots while also opening up to new ideas and textures.”

“(7 out of 10). "All Out War is a strong release that will take Incite places, with or without Max's assistance."”

Joshua Bottomley - Outburn Magazine