Reunited Danish thrashers INVOCATOR have set "Through The Flesh To The Soul" as the title for their fourth full-length album, tentatively due in early October through Italy's Scarlet Records.
The CD — the group's first 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".
The complete track listing for "Through The Flesh To The Soul" is as follows:
01. Through The Flesh To The Soul
02. On My Knees
03. Flick It On
04. There Is No Savior
05. Infatuated I Am
06. Sand Between The Teeth
07. Under The Skin
08. The Chemistry Of Restlessness
09. Writhe In Spit
10. A Narrow Scope Of Things
11. Abstract War (ASSASSIN cover)
An MP3 clip of the track "Under The Skin" can be downloaded from this location (size: 1.4 MB).
INVOCATOR will make their live debut with the group's current lineup — Jacob Hansen (vocals/guitar), Flemming C. Lund (lead guitar), Carsten N. Mikkelsen (bass), and Jakob Gundel (drums) — on Nov. 1 at Aalborg Metal Festival in Denmark. Also scheduled to appear at the event are fellow Danish thrashers HATESPHERE, among other acts.
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