Hard Rock Runs Deeps With Immunity of Fate’s Newest Track “The Forgiven”


Making noise from the Toronto area is Canada, Immunity of Fate is a hard rock metal band with huge guitars, huge drums, and vocals with attitude. Immunity of Fates influences include heavy metal and hard rock legendary bands such as Metallica, Godsmack, Staind, Three Days Grace, Sound Garden, and many more. Fronted by Christian Petersen, Immunity of Fate has worked with Anthony Xander, and Mark Modern of Modified, and is currently in the studio working on brand new material. 


“The Forgiven” is a pummeling new hard-hitting track laced with elements that Immunity of Fate is best known for. The rhythmic and heavy textures layered with experimental melodies and grooves are what set this track apart in the music industry. Pulling inspiration from their diverse influences, “The Forgiven” bleeds through the speakers with a high energy confidence and intense strength. The chemistry within Immunity of Fate becomes clear when you hear the finely-tuned production quality and precise fusion of musical arrangements. “The Forgiven” is a track that makes the listener become aware of their own behaviour. As the lyricism weaves through storytelling aspects of allowing someone forgiveness, we realize that that doesn’t make someone a better person. “Forgiveness won’t set you free” is the perfect lyric to describe this theme. Just because you’ve been forgiven, doesn’t make you a good person all of a sudden. The emotion and soul behind this track is admirable and leaves us craving more! Stay on the lookout for Immunity of Fate!


Check out “The Forgiven” here and read more below in our exclusive interview!



Hey Immunity of Fate! Welcome to BuzzMusic! Can you start by introducing yourselves and what role you play in the group?

Immunity of Fate formally consists of myself, Christian Petersen. I am the lead singer and guitarist, writer and producer. Although there are not currently any other formal members, I am extremely lucky to have the honour of working with Anthony Xander who wrote and played the monsterous kick ass guitar solo in Wednesday Morning at a Patriots House. I am also extremely lucky to have the honour of working with Mark Modern of the band Modified, who has assisted me in my process of writing drums. There are a couple other people I would like to mention and thank, but I will save that for another time. 


How did Immunity of Fate come to fruition? What's the meaning behind your stage name?

Immunity of Fate is the birth child of love for Stadium Metal. We are seasoned musicians with a similar focus, and we’ve all been friends for many years. Immunity of Fate. The best way to describe the meaning, I think, is if fate is to bring a person to some destination, then fate must also give that person an immunity from things that would stop that person from reaching such a destination. 


We loved your track “The Forgiven”. Can you dive into more details about the meaning of the lyrics? What do you hope your listeners take away from it?

Immunity of Fate. The best way to describe the meaning, I think, is if fate is to bring a person to some destination, then fate must also give that person an immunity from things that would stop that person from reaching such a destination. 


The Forgiven is about how deep forgiveness really goes. The significance of forgiveness, the impact of it, and the aftermath of it. You can tell someone you forgive them, but if they don’t seek to be forgiven, then what value is there in forgiving them? But if someone does seek forgiveness or even acknowledges that what they’ve done is something that requires forgiveness, if forgiven, then what? From the point of forgiveness, what happens next? Is that it? Does the person change or do they just feel better and stay the same? That’s pretty much what it’s about.


What’s your writing process like as a group?

I’m very lucky to have total freedom in the writing process. The guys I’m working with have said “Christian, we love what you’re doing so just go with it”, but every step of the way I am bouncing ideas with them and getting their input. I value their input more than they know. It’s like I’m writing, but they are my teachers. I am very thankful for this arrangement, but I actually look forward to having less freedom in the writing process. 


What’s your stage presence like?

As for stage presence, all I can say is I look forward to Immunity of Fate having a stage presence. Before that happens, we have a lot of studio work ahead of us, and decisions to make. When it happens, it is going to be awesome!



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