Aborted - Coronary Reconstruction [EP]


7.6 | 29 votes |
Release date: 14 January 2010
Style: Brutal death metal, Melodic death metal

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39 have it
6 want it


01. Coronary Reconstruction
02. From A Tepid Whiff
03. Grime
04. A Cadaverous Dissertation
05. Left Hand Path [Entombed cover]

Guest review by
vezzy
Rating:
6.5
Let's face it. Aborted aren't really going to return to their well-known abrasive and explosive style of brutal death/deathgrind we know and love, à la Goremageddon and Engineering The Dead. They've taken a more dulled down, melodic death path, while still retaining their brutality, even though it just doesn't live up to their early days.

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published 02.08.2010 | Comments (10)


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09.08.2010 - 15:50
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Shit was going to see their tour but broke my wrist and collarbone riding my dirtbike... now i cant sob...
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09.08.2010 - 15:52
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Boxcar Willy on 09.08.2010 at 15:50

Shit was going to see their tour but broke my wrist and collarbone riding my dirtbike... now i cant sob...


Damn, you can't even sob? Those must be one hell of fractures.
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09.08.2010 - 15:57
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Indeed they are. (btw that was a typo)
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28.04.2012 - 01:40
Rating: 7
musicalkaratekid
There is an obviously stronger classic death metal influence in this album's sound than on aborted's more recent efforts such as 'The Archaic Abattoir', yet the vocals are STILL the weakest/most annoying thing to be found on here. Guitar work is extremely technical (as always) and the 'toilet humour' of 'From a tepid whiff' can keep even the most miserable man amused. However, the cover of 'Left hand Path', while it clearly sets out to be as good as the original, tends to bore quite quickly. Nevertheless, it seems to have been a return to the early days of Aborted for this EP, and especially on the quite brilliant 'Global Flatline'.
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