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Invisius

. INVISIUS debuted in the summer of 2006, with Dying Souls. Critics and audiences watched with surprise, when the very young band, at the time with members down to 13 years of age, for the first time made a mark in the Danish metal scene. The band had its live debut that year too and has since toured all over Denmark, both headlining shows but also playing with bands as Neaera, Trigger The Bloodshed, War From A Harlots Mouth, Hatesphere, Mnemic and other acclaimed Danish and international metal bands. INVISIUS appeared abroad, for the first time in the fall of 2008, when the band played a fes ...read more

. INVISIUS debuted in the summer of 2006, with Dying Souls. Critics and audiences watched with surprise, when the very young band, at the time with members down to 13 years of age, for the first time made a mark in the Danish metal scene. The band had its live debut that year too and has since toured all over Denmark, both headlining shows but also playing with bands as Neaera, Trigger The Bloodshed, War From A Harlots Mouth, Hatesphere, Mnemic and other acclaimed Danish and international metal bands. INVISIUS appeared abroad, for the first time in the fall of 2008, when the band played a festival gig in Holland, as the youngest Danish metal act ever.

Less than a year after releasing their first demo, INVISIUS’ second release hit the scene, and that proved worthy of an award at the Danish Metal Awards, securing the band ”Talent of The Year Award”, which they proudly accepted at a crowded Amager Bio, in November 2007. The jury consisted of recognized critics and producers, alongside members of the Roskilde Festival Committee. Besides the honourable title, INVISIUS received a monitary prize of 10.000,- DKK, sponsored by ORA, and was also announced co- headlining the following year’s ”Talent Tour” sponsored by Roskilde Festival and Danish music magazine GAFFA.

In the spring of 2008 the film industry showed keen interest in INVISIUS, as Crone Films, a Copenhagen based production company, contacted the band in hope of a collaboration. The director of the animation film ”Sunshine Barry and the disco worms” contacted the band, personally, as he regarded INVISIUS to be the most groundbreaking Danish demo band, with a sound and energy that he had not previously experienced. In the fall of 2008, the million dollar movie premiered, containing music by INVISIUS, in 27 countries worldwide.

INVISIUS later allied with acclaimed producers Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Aborted, Raunchy) and Christian Bonde Sørensen. The debut album was done and named “The Spawn Of Condemnation”, and after shopping the album on different labels INVISIUS chose the Danish label, Mighty Music, to release and distribut the debut album.

”The Spawn Of Condemnation” was released in Denmark on March 1st 2010, and in the rest of Europe on June 26th and brought INVISIUS recognition and credits as Rock Hard's 'Recommendation Of The Month' and with great reviews in both Rock Hard (8/10), Metal Hammer (5/7), Legacy (9/15), GAFFA (4/6) on Diskant (9/10) and HeavyMetal.dk (90/100).

After the release of 'The Spawn Of Condemnation', INVISIUS played tours all over Denmark and in Germany. Also during Autumn of 2010 INVISIUS started the pre recordings of the first songs of their upcoming album. A single was leaked online and the band got amazing response from the audience.

During the summer of 2011 INVISIUS, once again, entered Hansen Studios but this time with the bands own Jeppe Andersson as engineer. The band had very high expecxtations to the new album, but they were all fulfilled when the band heard the final master. In connection with the new album’s release, INVISIUS got allied with director Hans Asmussen and made the band’s first two music videos for the new songs “Tides” and “Disconnection”.

The new album was named “Changes” and holds 10 well-composed and well-produced songs. In connection with the release of “Changes” INVISIUS gears up for massive touring all over Denmark and Europe to promote the new release and show that this band has come to stay. « hide


Changes
01/14/2012

2.8
6 Votes
The Spawn of Condemnation
2010

2.7
2 Votes

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