Tag Archive: Invictus Productions

May 13

Triumvir Foul – Spiritual Bloodshed

Triumvir Foul - Spiritual Bloodshed

Cavernous, chaotic death metal in the veins of Conqueror, Diocletian, and Heresiarch? Triumvir Foul is relentless in their onslaught with their new album Spiritual Bloodshed. Who’s with me?

Sep 11

Album Review: Manifesting – Descension Through the Seven Forbidden Seals

Manifesting - Descension Through the Seven Forbidden Seals

Manifesting [USA]
Descension Through the Seven Forbidden Seals
2013
EP
Invictus Productions
Death Metal

Manifesting joins the plethora of bands that have emerged of late playing primitive, old school death metal. Descension Through the Seven Forbidden Seals is the band’s debut EP, and released under Invictus Productions, coupled with the …

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Mar 21

Album Review: Tribulation – The Formulas of Death

Tribulation - The Formulas Of Death

Tribulation [Sweden]
The Formulas of Death
2013
Full Length
Invictus Productions
Progressive/Death/Thrash Metal

Among all the old school Swedish death metal bands that have popped up over the years, none managed to capture my attention as much as Repugnant and their (only) full length album, Epitome of Darkness. So when Tribulation‘s debut, The …

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Dec 12

Album Review: Witchrist – Beheaded Ouroboros

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Witchrist [New Zealand]
Beheaded Ouroboros
2010
Full Length
Invictus Productions
Black/Death Metal
9.2/10

Brewing deep in the New Zealand underground are bands such as Ulcerate, Diocletian and Witchrist, biding their time and waiting for an opportunity to have mankind experience their wrath. Beheaded Ouroboros is Witchrist‘s debut full length output, and …

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May 02

Album Review: Antediluvian – Watcher’s Reign

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Antediluvian [Canada]
Watcher’s Reign
2010
Compilation
Invictus Productions
Black Metal
8.5/10

While Scandinavian countries were busy coming up with cold and bleak black metal throughout the 80s and 90s, something else was brewing in the Canadian underground, a more violent and abrasive form of black metal with pioneers Blasphemy. …

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