I would rather burn it all to the ground than consider selling Invictus to someone. This whole thing has been a labour of love, for good and bad, over the last two decades and as I created it myself, so I will kill it myself. On my terms.
It's definitely not just a Slayer tribute if you ask me. Obviously there are plenty of ideas in there from the classics, but it wasn't forced at all. We were writing and playing as what is in our blood and hearts.
I believe music can be a powerful tool, as a universal language it can create momentum, that momentum builds energy that becomes a force, and a force can become strong enough to cause change in both an individual and in a mass of people.