Invincible (Two Steps from Hell album)

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Studio album by Two Steps From Hell
Released May 2010
Recorded 2005 - Early 2010
Length 57:37
Two Steps From Hell chronology

Invincible is the first public album by the group Two Steps From Hell, and was released in May 2010. It consists of 22 tracks written by composers Thomas J. Bergersen and Nick Phoenix.[1] All the tracks, apart from "Am I Not Human?" and "To Glory" (both of which were later released on the album Nero), are from their previous releases. The album also features modified versions of "Freedom Fighters" and "Undying Love" from the Legend album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Freedom Fighters" (from Legend) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:31
2. "Heart of Courage" (from Legend) Thomas J. Bergersen 1:57
3. "Master of Shadows" (from Power of Darkness) Nick Phoenix 3:04
4. "Moving Mountains" (from Nemesis) Thomas J. Bergersen 3:01
5. "Am I Not Human?" (later released on Nero) Nick Phoenix 3:00
6. "Enigmatic Soul" (from Nemesis) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:52
7. "Fire Nation" (from Power of Darkness) Nick Phoenix 2:59
8. "Black Blade" (from Power of Darkness) Thomas J. Bergersen 3:05
9. "Super Strength" (from Volume One) Nick Phoenix 1:58
10. "Invincible" (from Power of Darkness) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:51
11. "False King" (from Nemesis) Thomas J. Bergersen, Nick Phoenix 2:15
12. "Hypnotica" (from Legend) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:08
13. "Fill My Heart" (from Legend) Nick Phoenix 2:23
14. "Protectors of the Earth" (from Legend) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:49
15. "Velocitron" (from Power of Darkness) Nick Phoenix 2:32
16. "Undying Love" (from Legend) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:52
17. "1000 Ships of the Underworld" (from Dynasty) Nick Phoenix 1:40
18. "Tristan" (from Nemesis) Thomas J. Bergersen 2:37
19. "Breath of Ran Gor" (from Dynasty) Nick Phoenix 2:00
20. "Infinite Legends" (from Legend) Nick Phoenix 2:02
21. "To Glory" (later released on Nero) Thomas J. Bergersen 4:35
22. "After the Fall" (from The Devil Wears Nada) Nick Phoenix 2:26
  • Tracks 1, 16, and 17 are new versions

Use in media[edit]

Many tracks from Invincible are frequently used in film trailers, television shows, and advertisements.

"Freedom Fighters" was used in the trailer for the 2009 Star Trek movie.

"Heart of Courage" was used in:

"Master of Shadows" was used in:

"Moving Mountains" was used in:

"Am I Not Human?" was used in:

"Fire Nation" was used in some History Channel documentaries, such as Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved[8] and Your Bleeped Up Brain.

"Black Blade" was used in:

"Super Strength" was used in:

"Invincible" was used in:

"Fill My Heart" was used in:

"Protectors of the Earth" was used in:

"Velocitron" was used in commercials for the movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and the video game Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.

"1000 Ships of the Underworld" was used in:

"Tristan" was used in:

"Infinite Legends" was used in the theatrical trailer for the Twilight Saga movie Breaking Dawn: Part 1, a trailer for the television series Merlin, and the first episode of The Genius (TV series).

"Undying Love" was used in a promotional trailer for Halo Fest and in the History Channel documentary, The Universe Season 6, in episode "Crash Landing on Mars".

"After the Fall" was used in:

"Enigmatic Soul" was used in a National Geographic Channel commercial.[clarification needed]

"To Glory" was used in:

  • Top Gear USA, season 9, episode 5, Military Might.
  • Top Gear USA, season 5, episode 4, Snow Show.
  • an advert for the Adventure Time online video game
  • a commercial for the Marvel television series Avengers Assemble
  • the television show Death Battle, in episode Chuck Norris vs Segata Sanshiro:*Dubai 2015 New Years fireworks display
  • during Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors


Invincible was released on CD through CD Baby on June 15, 2011 after Two Steps from Hell reached 20,000 likes[25] on their Facebook page on May 4, 2011.[26]


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