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|1.||Universe of Black Divine||06:58||Show lyrics|
|2.||Kingdom of Darkness||08:13||Show lyrics|
|3.||Beneath a Steel Sky||01:53||instrumental|
|4.||Eye to Eye at Armageddon||05:24||Show lyrics|
|5.||In Sin||04:20||Show lyrics|
|6.||My Soft Vision in Blood||05:51||Show lyrics|
|8.||Diabolic Unity||03:01||Show lyrics|
|9.||A Spell of Dark and Evil||02:04||instrumental|
|Rune||Keyboards, Songwriting (on "Beneath A Steel Sky" and "A Spell Of Dark And Evil")|
|Georg Hrauda||Producer, Mixing|
|Abigor - Invoke The Dark Age||60%||ConorFynes||March 20th, 2012|
|Abigor - Verwüstung /...||100%||WSinned90||January 8th, 2012|
|A near perfect black metal...||95%||stereo_typical213||September 1st, 2009|
|Als die Heiligkeit erstickt...||98%||Pestbesmittad||January 26th, 2008|
|Abigor - Verwüstung /...||87%||Technogoat||October 27th, 2006|
Music and lyrics by Abigor, except "Beneath a Steel Sky" and "A Spell of Dark and Evil" written and performed by Tharen (as Rune).
The band was unsatisfied with the black-and-white cover, so it was re-released with a colour cover in 1995.
DCD released & remastered in 2004 by Napalm Records with the album "Opus IV", limitation unknown.
- The sample at the beginning of the song "Kingdom of Darkness" was taken from the movie "Det Sjunde Inseglet" (1957) by Ingmar Bergman.
- The band members state that the lyrics for the song "Weeping Midwintertears" have been long lost.
Produced and mixed by Georg Hrauda and Abigor at Tonstudio Hörnix on June 27 and 28, and July 4, 6, and 13, 1994.