“The video was shot at the Titanic Drawing Rooms, where the plans for the infamous and ill-fated liner were put together: the location is just yards from the main set of Game Of Thrones.”
“attacking the Metal scene in NI with gusto”
- Stephen Brophy, Firebrand Rock Radio & Magazine (Jun 21, 2014)
“a performance which shows that unsigned local acts are more than capable of standing shoulder to shoulder with their ‘bigger’ counterparts in terms of not only drawing a crowd but delivering exciting heavy feckin’ metal”
" A short but intense 40 minute set announced that Conjuring Fate was ready to take flight among the great rock acts of the world. What more ‘metal’ way to fly is there, than on the wings of a dragon?
- Oran, Overdrive.ie (Oct 16th 2014)
“You could easily say that this was a great performance from Conjuring Fate, but it was so much more than that.”
- Johnathan Traynor, Belfast Metalheads Reunited (Jun 08, 2014)
“The riffs are heavy and melodic in all the right places to make this a brilliantly catchy metal song that you can also bang your head to.”
"The preponderance of Fate t-shirts showed the extent of the growth of the fanbase; and judging by the reaction of others in a packed Limelight2 they have gained many new fans. Conjuring Fate lay down a challenge to the headliners" (DRAGONFORCE).
- Jonny, Rock Radio NI (sept 21st 2014)
"Conjuring Fate, who receive a heroes welcome from the crowd, many of whom are wearing CF tshirts. CF are a hugely entertaining band, solidly professional but also warm and approachable and with a clear sense of fun, which is endearing and magnetic."
- Melanie Brehaut, Chordblossom (May 18th 2015)
"Conjuring Fate are a well-oiled, smooth and tight machine - no clunking of gears here. The camaraderie on stage means they are a potent force of fun and metal joy!"
- Jonathan Traynor, Belfast Metalheads Reunited (Oct 24th 2016)
4/5 Laura Cosheril (Metalphobia.com Dec 2016)
"One aspect about this album I noticed very early on is that the guitar capabilities are ramped up immensely from their previous release. The guitar solo in “Dr. Frankenstein” is fast, finger-shredding goodness, something I’ve not heard from an underground Heavy Metal band in a while."
8/10 Igor Natusch (Metal-Observer.com (Jan 23rd 2017)
'Marching Dead' could easily have been an Elixir tune (take it as a compliment, lads), ' Primal Desire' is pure-blood NWOBHM on steroids (also a compliment, right?)"