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Three amazing styles of metal combine for a night you won't forget!
Sounds Like: Between The Buried And Me, Corelia, Deftones, August Burns Red, Alice in Chains
Bio: INVICTA | NASHVILLE PROGRESSIVE METAL AT ITS FINEST | FROM THE BEGINNING...
Invicta began rather loudly in a college dorm room with guitarist/songwriter DJ Adkins and singer Mike Schii both combining musical talents and influences to create a sound clearly distinctive from the stagnating confine...See Full Bio
“Nashville, TN progressive outfit Invicta was poised for success with debut EP, "Split By The Sun" but have since upped the ante even more with "A Portrait of Home." Like wild dogs keen to the scent of a kill, the band charges out on the first song with a quick rhythmic attack, unleashing the power of the almighty riff. [...]The breakdown in the song is absurdly well-placed and compelling, with chopped guitar and vocal lines over syncopated drumming with fast footwork. "Driven Into the Ground" follows and vocalist Schii's voice overtakes the track like a sinister wind. The band's first use of blast beats works to make the track hit harder, echoing the mental freak-out of the lyrics.[...]The band has elevated itself to a new level of concise and elegant writing aside from sinking their teeth into the heavy bits even deeper. With few pretenses, the band has managed to put out a visceral second EP worthy of everyone's attention. Rating: 4 out of 5 Skulls”