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Lave Invocator is a mystical black metal formation from Ukraine, the idea of which originated in the small Swedish town of Lund, near Malmö... Dark storm clouds over the Öresund strait, black rocks, high forests and whispers of mysticism mixed in an infernal whirlwind of emotions - so originated the concept of the band.

The band was founded in 2015 by members of another Ukrainian black metal band Def/Light, after which the team immediately began partaking in concert activities. Infrequent, but with powerful and atmospheric performances, the band quickly won the minds of the circle of audiences, the red-hot lava was deeply ingested and filled among the souls of metalheads. The sound of Lava Invocator is a dense and verified alloy of iron and steel – tough and uncompromising, and at the same time melodic and atmospheric.

"Mörk" (from Swedish - "Dark") is the debut work of the band. With the 7 nefarious tracks, the generated music of this album walk the pathway of the traditional black metal, inspired by such icons of the genre such as Dissection, Mayhem, Dark Funeral, Ulver, Darkthrone, etc. The presence of both malicious ferocity and dismal aura of black metal can be descried.

The Band Stated
“The album is conceptual in essence and puts the listeners in the picture of the story of an intangible essence, which is dark and gloomy in nature”

Track List

01. Awaken
02. Empyrium Et Nihil
03. Gestapofallos
04. Black Dawn
05. Dark Thunder Sky
06. Totenkampf
07. Mörk
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Length - 37:08


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1. Rex_84 writes:

This is pretty good BM.

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2. Morgen Strimmen writes:

Killing riffs, fine melodies, good band!

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