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The best kept secret in music



Inveigh’s goal is simple: to create real music that comes from real people and real emotion. Inveigh understand better than most that the metal scene has no room for false emotion, re-hashed riffs, and phony attitudes. The community of which Inveigh is a part can smell a fake a mile away, and as a result the band wishes only to make a relevant contribution of heavy, brutal, original, and technical metal for the world.

Following a no bullshit ‘meat and potatoes’ approach, this band is exactly what it seems: the working man’s metal band. With a stage show that delivers the goods from beginning to end, and an off stage presence in the scene that not many can rival, Inveigh is here to stay.


"Moshcore 2003 Review"

The crowd was still out supporting despite the late hour, and the fact that metros (subways -- for all you non Montreal readers) stopped in less than 30 minutes. James came out roaring, and Inveigh gave it their all. Piecing together ideas of hardcore, rock and thrash, Inveigh put a stunning close to this years Moshcore; shocking vocals, abrasive and cutting guitar work, moody basslines and vibrant drums; some of the many things that can be said about Inveighs sound. Whatever they're doing, they're doing it right! Not to mention James' love for the Montreal scene; putting in countless hours to help the scene along its way. Pulling out every last chunk of energy from the crowd, Inveigh sent the crowd home with something to look forward to... - Empathy

"How to Beat Winter Boredom"

Moshcore 2003...the annual metalfest that took place at Club Soda this past January 10th. It was a little long, but it was worth the wait to see headliners Inveigh. - Bandersnatch (John Abbott College Newspaper)

"Top Ten Favorites 2003"

Favourite Albums (David Perry)
#5 FORECAST split EP Inveigh\Violent Marv

Favourite Show (David Perry)
#5 Inveigh @ Club Soda
- Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles Magazine

"FORECAST Split EP review"

Beginning a four track stint on the EP with a huge stomp, James Arsenian absolutely stalks the listener with the most bad-ass vocals this side of Byron Davis (God Forbid). "Behind Closed Doors" is Inveigh's opening track, and it represents venomous contempt put to music -- liars and two-faced cowards are the subject of hate and mistrust as evidenced by Arsenian's blunt but brutal, "Your wife just fucked your best friend, and yet it's still me you hate." Inveigh's furtive fury continues on "No More"; when the double-bass kicks in over that oh-so-meaty rhythm riff pure metal perfection has been achieved. -


Omens of Ill Chance Demo


Feeling a bit camera shy


Hailing from Montreal Quebec, home to bands like Cryptopsy and Kataklysm, who have set the bar extremely high for aspiring bands, Inveigh have strived to do their best to carry the torch for the next wave of significant metal to be exported from this unique city. Blending their combined influences into a sound that will add something fresh to the scene, and then making their presence felt is Inveigh's mandate and they will not fail. Elements of Thrash, Death and Grind collide into a band that is unable to be summed up accurately by any other word than METAL.