Tracks like War to Come and Servants span emotions like rage, pure undiluted rage, and yes, even a bit animosity all channelled by music that orbits the metal worlds of Lamb of God and Mastodon.
Never sounding disjointed despite fighting on several musical fronts they could be one to watch if they can trim the chaff from their repertoire.
Riff-tastic with big tasty riffs firing at you every 10 seconds, the drumming is extremely hectic, the vocals are quite mixed sometimes they are quite forceful and in your face screams and at other times they are in a more sing along style.
Complexity and diversity is the main trademark of their new album, not to mention the playing ability by all memebers, with a nice change in Filip's singing - yes, he also sings now, and it sounds really convincing.
Band was formed in 2002 in Zagreb, Croatia. First official demo was recorded in 2003 titled Dreams Are Forever. In the year of 2004 band moves forward and records mini album called More Than Words Can Tell (released on Brand New Place records). In the meantime Igut did a lot of live shows and festivals supporting bands like Darkest Hour, Cameran, The Wage Of Sin, Shai Hulud, Malkovich, Hatebreed, Dimmu Borgir etc. Live performances were never a problem for the band. In 2007 Igut recorded first official LP called Eternities. Album was released on UK label called Mother Should Know records/Lockjaw records in the year 2009. With very good album reviews and cover mount track on Terrorizer Fear Candy CD compilation Igut did UK tour in April 2009.