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Release date: 17 April 2005
Style: Brutal death metal, Grindcore


7.8 | 105 votes


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01. Dead Wreckoning
02. Blood Fixing The Bled
03. Gestated Rabidity
04. Hecatomb
05. The Gangrenous Epitaph
06. The Inertia
07. A Cold Logistic Slaughter
08. Voracious Haemoglobinic Syndrome
09. Threading On Vermillion Deception
10. Descend To Extirpation
11. The Sanctification Of Refornication [bonus]
12. Drowned [Entombed cover] [bonus]

Lyrics (10)

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Recorded, Mixed & Mastered at The Antfarm Studios Dec 04/Jan 05 by Tue Madsen &
Drums Tracked by Tue & Ziggy

Also released was a limited edition with slipcase
and a box limited to 1000 copies with the slipcase edition, some cards and
plastic gloves.

Lp version limited to 700 hand-numbered copies

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The Archaic Abattoir FAQ:

1.First of all… are the myths true? Is Aborted turning into a Metalcore band? Because they used to be one of the most brutal bands out there.

H= Well, Metalcore is like the new popular trend this days, yes this band used to be Brutal Death Metal, and I do not find Metalcore music in "The Archaic Abattoir," but I do find a lot of Melodic Death Metal Riffs with few Metalcore overtones.

published 07.07.2005 | Comments (6)

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musicalkaratekid - 28.04.2012 at 01:19  
Rating: 7 A very musically precise album, as far as the guitar work and drums are concerned, yet the vocals for the most part just annoy the hell out of me. Perhaps if Caluwé had used a less guttural approach to his lyrics, it would sound much more fitting to the music in the background. I also have a slight problem with the industrial passages which either end or begin a track, as they don't seem to have any other significance than just simply being there. Nonetheless, as said before, the guitar work is very tight, and with the solos, each song is technically spot on.

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