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Release date: 19 February 2007
Style: Brutal death metal, Grindcore


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01. The Chondrin Enigma
02. A Methodical Overture
03. Avenious
04. The Spaying Séance
05. And Carnage Basked In Its Ebullience
06. The Foul Nucleus Of Resurrection
07. Archetype
08. Ingenuity In Genocide
09. Odious Emanation
10. Prolific Murder Contrivance
11. Underneath Rorulent Soil
12. Surprise! You're Dead! [Faith No More cover] [bonus]

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Recorded at Denmark's Antfarm Studios with producer/engineer Tue Madsen (Himsa, The Haunted), and including guest vocal performances by Jeff Walker (ex-Carcass) and Jacob Bredahl (Hatesphere)

Death Metal
Label: Century Media
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Belgium: 2007
Length: 42:42

Line-Up on the CD:

Sven de Caluwé - vocals
Stephane Soutreyard - guitar
Peter Goemaere - bass
Jess Moyle - guitar
Seb Purulator - guitar
Dan Wilding - drums

Staff review by
Baz Anderson

Aborted have become a somewhat controversial band by the direction they have seemingly taken. It was clear to everyone on the bands last attempt "The Archaic Abattoir" that the band had swung even more so towards a melodic death metal field which understandably did not please too many of their already existing fans, but also gained the band access to a new audience of fans.

published 01.03.2007 | Comments (14)

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musicalkaratekid - 28.04.2012 at 17:59  
Rating: 8 A very ferocious and brutal album indeed. Parts of it remind me of 'Symphonies of Sickness' by Carcass (the album), whereas other parts remind me of early cannibal corpse (Pre-1992). That's not a bad thing, because this album features the best of both of those worlds in my opinion. The guitar work, as always, is precisely spot on, and the drums batter on seemingly forever. A better affair than 'The Archaic Abattoir', though not quite their best.
deadone - 15.12.2014 at 07:23  
Rating: 5 I find this one to be unfocused, largely umemorable and lacking in punch. Sound is lacking in modern oomph.

The highlights are some of the solos.

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