Invocation of Nehek   Invocation of Nehek
Release Date: 2004

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3.5 greatcryptside | August 12th 14

Invocation of Nehek's self-titled is very dynamic for a metalcore record, and a great early
example of why so many listeners flocked to bands like Unearth and Through the Eyes of the
Dead in the early 2000s. The vocals vary from a high-pitched shriek to a low growl and are
executed spendidly. They end up being the highlight of Invocation of Nehek, if only
for the fact that the instrumentation takes on a somewhat similar sound throughout. The
breakdowns are also surprisingly powerful, given the fact that they are (for the most part)
well-timed and groovy. There are influences outside of the norm that help this stand out as
well, such as the tranquil instrumentation present on "Drawing Blood From A Stone". The
overall execution of this album leaves quite a bit to be desired, and certainly would have
led to an even more varied and dynamic sophomore release had they continued on.


3.5 greataccompliceofmydeath | March 17th 16
4.0 excellenthowed99 | December 5th 15
4.0 excellentHisBelovedMaker | March 6th 15
3.5 greatReAnimator | March 4th 14
3.5 greatZombieParty | January 1st 14
3.5 greatasaf | January 20th 13
2.0 poorYou Are My Everlovin' | December 1st 12
2.5 averageStagnantWords | October 5th 12
4.0 excellentJustinKing | October 5th 12
3.5 greatConsideredDead | January 20th 11
3.5 greatinfinitegist | August 29th 10
3.0 goodthegodparticle | October 23rd 08
3.0 goodboristhebladexx | July 6th 08
4.5 superbDoomsdayMachine3
2.5 averageone_the_fallen
3.5 greatJoekrop

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