“When I Was A Planet” by Invitro

Artist: Invitro
Title: “When I Was A Planet”
Label: Gridiron Records
Release Date: September 11, 2007
Genre: Metal/Punk
Rating: 4/5

Sometimes there’s a thin line between metal and punk, and this album is sure to appeal to proponents of both camps. These guys rock hard and have the well-practiced chops of musicians who’ve definitely put in a lot of time and thought learning their craft, plus they’re very much tongue-in-cheek in terms of content (check out the track listing), a factor gilded by their Devo-esque jumpsuits and their heads haphazardly wrapped in tinfoil. Much better than it has any right to be, this is definitely worth a listen if you’re in the mood for a refreshing and artistically rewarding change of pace.

Track Listing:
1. Pieces
2. Time Vs Time
3. Taste My Steel
4. The Beginning
5. Eyes That Lie
6. A War Within
7. Fight the Real Enemy
8. The Promise
9. Divine Art of Living
10. Bleeding Star
11. “Fun” is a Four Letter Word: Left For Dead By Mr. Dibbs

Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/invitrorules

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