New music alert! It is coming from gore-grinders Aborted. After sharing "Necrotic Manifesto", the second song you get to hear from The Necrotic Manifesto is called "Coffin Upon Coffin". Check out this new song through the lyric video available right here. You know you want it. Enjoy!
Belgian extreme metallers Aborted are excited to announce that they will be returning to Australia, where they will be touring in June together with the Australian tech-death machine Psycroptic. The opening act on this tour will be The Schoenberg Automaton. The list of tour dates is available below.
The time has come to listen to a new Aborted song. The Belgian metallers chose the title track from The Necrotic Manifesto to show us first. Turn up the volume and enjoy "Necrotic Manifesto" through the video below. It is your introduction to the successor to Global Flatline.
Aborted have revealed all about their new album The Necrotic Manifesto today. The death metallers eighth full-length is completed and is set for release on April 28th in Europe and on April 29th in North America via Century Media Records. Check out the cover artwork below, guts and all, with the tracklist as well.
Recently, Aborted revealed they were in the studio recording their new album to follow Global Flatline. Currently in the mixing stages, the new opus The Necrotic Manifesto will feature guest vocals from The Acacia Strain's Vincent Bennett and Wormed Phlegethon. It's just another ingredient for what the band promises will be an "angry, heavy and brutal" album.
Aborted have entered the studio, better hide! That's right, the death metal goremasters returned to Hansen studio to record their eight studio album, which already has a name: The Necrotic Manifesto. The album will be produced once again by Danish producer Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Heaven Shall Burn, Mercenary).
Metal Band Art recently released an article about Justin Osbourn of Slasher Design with evidence that he could be plagiarizing artwork for album covers, including Aborted latest album cover for Global Flatline. Faced with questions and discussions about it, the band has now decided to post a statement regarding this matter.
Belgian death metal masters Aborted released their latest brutal creation Global Flatline last year. Since then, the band has released one video for the song "Источник Болезни" (The Origin Of Disease) and has been touring extensively. Now the band has premiered another new video, this time for the track "Expurgation Euphoria". You can see how it turned out here.
Death metallers Aborted have just released their new lyric video for the song "Vermicular, Obscene, Obese" from their latest output Global Flatline in celebration of their upcoming tour with Vader and Bonded By Blood.
Polish death metal veterans Vader have recently announced the Back To The Black Tour 2013. Vader will give around 30 shows throughout Europe during January and February 2013 presenting the whole albums Black To The Blind and Sothis. Belgian death metallers Aborted and Californian thrashers Bonded By Blood will play as guests during the tour. The full line-up and tour schedule should be announced soon.
"Источник Болезни" (The Origin Of Disease), a brand new video from Belgian death metallers Aborted is now streaming online and you can watch it below. The song is taken from their upcoming album Global Flatline, to be released on January 23rd via Century Media Records. More album details here.
"Источник Болезни" (Transl: The Origin Of Disease), a brand-new song from Belgian gore metallers Aborted can now be streamed on No Clean Singing. The song features guest vocals from Benighted's Julien Truchan.
Belgian death metallers Aborted have released a trailer for their upcoming new album Global Flatline, set for release on January next year via Century Media Records. You can now watch it below. The band posted the following on their Facebook page: "Here it is people! The official trailer for the upcoming album Global Flatline, check it out and keep in mind, in less than a week we release the single!" More album details were previously reported over here.