"That storm you hear at the outset is a warning for the ferocity to follow. Barcelona’s Invasión stick the three-chord approach to hardcore with so many left turns – so much reverb on the vocals that it sounds like the singer is attacking himself, long pauses for ambience, non-instrument noises, and unsteady percussion that rapidly shifts upgear – that their take on the genre sounds both as it should (a tornado of masonry, heading towards unprotected bodies) and as they will it. Poor, crackly mastering somehow adds to the obfuscated desperation present in their sound, and amplifies the desperation and anger roaming through their sound and politic. Dirty and mean and unforgiving. Packaged in an oversized, screened cardboard sleeve."
Doug Mosurock, Dusted Magazine.
"Originally released as a tour 12" and sold immediately during their recent usa tour Invasión's new album is finally out. 6 sick tracks of claustrophobic hardcore that updates the traditional uk anarcho sound, and the experimental japanese hardcore of the early 80s. this 12" is dirty and un-easy, the sense of urgency is such that by the time the storm that opens the a side is over you want to break things up. the raw production makes the crazy vocals full of echo and delay the main focus but they are backed up by a steamroller of overdrive driven noise guitar and manic drumming with tons of feedback joining the tracks together, managing to get you on edge for the entire duration of the record wondering what's gonna happen when it is over. this release is more proof that even a limited style like hardcore can provide head scratching bands in this day and age."