The innovative music of Skillet continues in their tradition of bold, in-your-face lyrics and hard driving beats. With riveting intensity of electronica and dance, Invincible is sure to please fans of modern rock. Cuts like "Best Kept Secret" and the title track blend the honest songwriting and high- energy hooks, Skillet "panheads" have come to expect.
John L. Cooper – vocals, bass guitar
Korey Cooper – keyboards, loops, sampling, programming, guitars, backing vocals
Kevin Haaland – guitar
Trey McClurklin – drums
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4/5| Posted October 19, 2011
Skillet's third album, Invincible, is a vast improvement over their previous album. The band has learned and developed in the interim years. Invincible still carries the industrial rock sound but now there are many more catchy songs and the production sounds much cleaner and crisper.
old but good| Posted July 21, 2009
out of skillet's first four cds this one in my opinion is definitely the best.Best kept secret is still a popular song today.Other highlights of thes cd are invincible, you're powerful and come on to the future.I think this is an all around great cd, it has a lot of rock/electronic rock, but also has a few great worship songs such as rest, the one, you take my rights away, and angels fall down.If you don't have this cd, but you have their newer stuff i would still recommend this cd.
interesting| Posted May 26, 2009
Boy have skillet come a long way. First problem with the album is the vocals are often hard to hear. Who ever mixed this album did a poor job. I wouldn't recomend this to any one but a hardcore skilet fan.
Invincible| Posted July 24, 2007
It's good...but a bit more of the techno side of Skillet. If you like techno/rock you'll appreciate this CD. I actually enjoyed Comatose much more. The lyrics though are good in this, but I recommend Comatose if you're just starting out with Skillet. Its pure rock in comparison :)