TERRORIZER -  by Benj Golanski
"Never sounding disjointed despite fighting on several musical fronts, they could be one to watch if they can trim the chaff from their repertoire."
KERRANG - [KKK] by George Garner
"Tracks like War To Come and Servants span emotions like rage, pure undiluted rage and yes, even a bit of animosity all channelled by music that orbits the metal worlds of Lamb Of God and Mastodon."
ALTERNATIVE VISION [4/5] by Trigger
"The whole album is tight feeling with a really heavy sound, it shows that these guys have learnt a lot in the 6 years that they have been together and that they have put all their skills together to come up with a really kick arse loud sound, they play loud the majority of the time but they have proved that they are not afraid to play the odd chilled out number"
MASS MOVEMENT MAGAZINE
"If they can keep touring and get their music out to the kids, this record out to have a shot at getting the kind of recognition it deserves, as it is superbly conceived, written, played and produced."
- [90/100] by Tony
"For fans of the above mentioned (and with that I mean primarily Mastodon, Converge, Neurosis, Opeth, and more of that ilk) this Croatian band's album will be a welcome addition to their record collection."
- [8/10] by Eddie Thomas
"A refreshing, powerful and hugely encouraging record."
- [85%] by Shredder
"Igut are European favourites, one of the most eagerly anticipated live bands."
NEW BREED OF METAL - [8/5/10]
"Na ovom albumu nema slabe stvari, nema stvari za koju bi mogli reći da je filler ili da ne ostavlja dojam glasnog buldoždera koji nemilosrdno gazi sve pred sobom."
ICON MUSIC MAG - [8/10] by Christoffer Holseter
"Igut er kroatisk death metal på sitt beste. Det er hardt, hardt og bra. Skjærende hardtslående spisse gitarer. Akkurat slik det skal være."
- [7,5/10] by Ivo
"Če mene vprašate, kar zanimiv izdelek, sicer pa od benda, ki je na sosednjem špilal metaliziran hardcore že takrat, ko je le ta tam veljal še za nekakšen tabu, tudi nisem pričakoval česar manj."
[3/5] by Phill May
"While their influences are clear, they blend them together in a way that seems fresh - especially with Filip Bartol's frantic and varied vocals - and makes sure Eternities is a fine way for the UK to discover them."
- [3,5/5] by Spunk
"Un buon inizio, che pone le basi per un buon futuro per questi ragazzi, non ci resta che aspettare e vedere eventuali evoluzioni."
BACKPACKROCK - [5/5]
"Complexity and diversity is the main trademark of their new album, not to mention the playing ability by all memebers..."
released March 8, 2009
Filip Bartol - vocals
Oliver Marčetić - drums
Stjepan Tribuson - guitar
Robert Butković - bass
Tješimir Mendaš - guitar
Matija Jelić - vocals on The Dark Brotherhood
Recorded at Usud's and Igut's garage in April 2007 by Branimir Tonković and Ivan Jakić.
Mixed by Ivan Jakić.
Mastered by Carl Saff.
Cover concept & design by www.robertbutkovic.com