INVOCATOR Announce Danish Tour

Reunited Danish thrashers INVOCATOR have announced the details of their upcoming winter tour in support of their latest CD, "Through The Flesh To The Soul", due in early October through Italy's Scarlet Records.

The confirmed dates are as follows:

Oct. 31 - Multihus Tobaksfabrikken - Esbjerg, DEN
Nov. 01 - Metalfestival - Ålborg, DEN
Nov. 07 - Blacknote - Åbenrå, DEN
Nov. 08 - Rytmeposten - Odense, DEN
Nov. 14 - Loppen - Copenhagen, DEN
Nov. 15 - Badeanstalten - Slagelse, DEN
Nov. 22 - Pitstop - Kolding, DEN
Nov. 29 - Kulisselageret - Horsens, DEN
Dec. 05 - Templet - Lyngby, DEN
Dec. 06 - Forbrændingen - Albertslund, DEN
Dec. 12 - Musikklubben Elværket - Holbæk, DEN

"Through The Flesh To The Soul"INVOCATOR's first studio album in eight years — features cover artwork by Chad Michael Ward (DARKANE, GRIEF OF EMERALD, etc.) and includes a guest appearance on backing vocals by John and Asmus from SACRIFICIAL and Tommy from SLUGS on the ASSASSIN cover "Abstract War".


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