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Reviewed by Stu Edwards

Invoke The Fury: Den Of Inequity

Reviewed by Stu Edwards

Invoke The Fury: Den Of Inequity

Napier metal unit Invoke The Fury is the hybrid of past groups Omega Dawn, Gunt and the epic Saidaya. Great hooks and detuned riffage are just the foundation of traits that ‘Den Of Iniquity’ delivers. With as much in common with Pantera as they do Sepultura, Invoke The Fury are not for the faint hearted and mean business with each and every sludge-filled double kick pattern and death-growled vocal phrase. The twin guitar attack of guitarists Shane O’Dowd and Josh Graham is brutal and relentless but the genius arrangements of the songs create space and set up each level intensity brilliantly. Fist Fight is laden with some of the lowest death vocals I’ve heard. The guitars come together in true Slayer style on Resurrection, serving up dissonant harmonies and chainsaw paced riffing. If you need a dose of hard music look no further. With gain set to 11, ‘Den Of Iniquity’ is belligerent and very metal.