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LAVA INVOCATOR
LAVA INVOCATOR
Mörk
(Satanath Records)
37:08min

Obscure, gloomy, dark, “Mörk”. The first album of Ukrainian Black Metal two-piece LAVA INVOCATOR. And I don’t really know what to think about this record. Let’s say LAVA INVOCATOR make use of a lot of elements from different Black Metal styles. It makes the album diverse. But not in an organic structured way. More like too many ideas assembled into one album. I guess that’s the discussion every band has to lead to get to know where everyone wants to go. Therefore it doesn’t matter if you are an experienced musician or not. Every start is a trip into the unknown. And this is what’s coming across here. Good music in many ways but it misses the touch of being something round. Nevertheless “Mörk” offers cold, brutal darkness. Nice dynamics framed by tight drums and interesting riffs. Sometimes it's DAWN like Sweden blackness then it's Punkish rotten second wave with a taste of atmosphere. As you can see it has a lot. And seriously it’s not bad played or anything just maybe a bit too unstable. “Mörk” is a record worth checking out: www.facebook.com/lavainvocator, www.satanath.com

Spitzl

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