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Verwüstung / Invoke the Dark Age

Abigor

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 1st, 1994
Catalog ID:
NPR 005
Version desc.:
First press, b&w cover
Label:
Napalm Records
Format:
CD
Limitation:
5000 copies
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 88%)
1. Universe of Black Divine 06:58   Show lyrics
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2. Kingdom of Darkness 08:13   Show lyrics
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3. Beneath a Steel Sky 01:53   instrumental
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4. Eye to Eye at Armageddon 05:24   Show lyrics
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5. In Sin 04:20   Show lyrics
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6. My Soft Vision in Blood 05:51   Show lyrics
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7. Weeping Midwintertears 04:45  
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8. Diabolic Unity 03:01   Show lyrics
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9. A Spell of Dark and Evil 02:04   instrumental
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Band members
P.K. Guitars
T.T. Guitars, Drums, Bass, Keyboards
Silenius Vocals
Guest/Session
Rune Keyboards, Songwriting (on "Beneath A Steel Sky" and "A Spell Of Dark And Evil")
Miscellaneous staff
Georg Hrauda Producer, Mixing
P.K. Guitars
T.T. Guitars, Drums, Bass, Keyboards
Silenius Vocals
Rune Keyboards, Songwriting (on "Beneath A Steel Sky" and "A Spell Of Dark And Evil")
Georg Hrauda Producer, Mixing
Read Abigor - Invoke The Dark Age 60% ConorFynes March 20th, 2012
Read Abigor - Verwüstung /... 100% WSinned90 January 8th, 2012
Read A near perfect black metal... 95% stereo_typical213 September 1st, 2009
Read Als die Heiligkeit erstickt... 98% Pestbesmittad January 26th, 2008
Read 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.

Trivia:
- 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.

Recording information:

Produced and mixed by Georg Hrauda and Abigor at Tonstudio Hörnix on June 27 and 28, and July 4, 6, and 13, 1994.

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