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Italian industrial/electronic metal act Aborym is streaming the new song "Slipping Through The Cracks." The song is taken from the upcoming new album "Shifting.Negative," which drops via Agonia Records on January 25th. Alongside the new track, the band has revealed a video documentary on making the new album's cover artwork by Davide Cragne. The song and the documentary are available below.
The track list for the album is:
2. Precarious (see music video)
3. Decadence in a Nutshell
4. 10050 Cielo Drive
5. Slipping Through the Cracks
6. You Can't Handle the Truth
7. For a Better Past
8. Tragedies for Sales
9. Going New Places
10. Big H
Check out "Slipping Through the Cracks" here: More...
Kicking off the new year in proper metal style, Agonia Records has a killer sale running where all the label's albums are only $3 via Bandcamp here.
This includes the label's most recent releases, like Aborym's new album "Shifting.Negative" (reviewed here) or the crossover "Lost Signals" EP from Code.
There's dozens of $3 albums covering every sub-genre, from Glorior Belli to Root and October Tide. Check it out while the sale lasts through the end of January. More...
Italy's industrial/electronic metal group Aborym just revealed a six-minute album trailer for "Shifting.negative" featuring snippets of each song on the record. The album, which is going to be released on January 25th via Agonia Records, will be the band's 7th full-length installment.
The follow up to 2013 "Dirty" was recorded with an all new line-up consisting of founder Fabban, multi-instrumentalist Dan V, bassist & guitarist RG Narchost, guitarist Davide Tiso (ex-Ephel Duath, Gospel Of The Witches), keyboardist Stefano Angiulli and several guest musicians (including Sin Quirin of Ministry fame).
"Shifting.negative" was mixed and mastered by Grammy-award winning Marc Urselli at Eastside Sound Studios (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Mike Patton) in New York. More...
Italy's industrial/electronic metal masters from Aborym today premiere a first new song from upcoming album "Shifting.negative" in the form of a music video. The band's 7th studio album is set to be released on January 25th via Agonia Records, and you can check out new the track titled "Precarious" below.
The follow-up to 2013's "Dirty" (reviewed here) was recorded with a new line-up consisting of founder Fabban, multi-instrumentalist Dan V, bassist & guitarist RG Narchost, guitarist Davide Tiso (ex-Ephel Duath, Gospel Of The Witches), keyboardist Stefano Angiulli and several guest musicians (including Sin Quirin of Ministry fame).
"Shifting.negative" was mixed and mastered by Grammy-award winning Marc Urselli at Eastside Sound Studios (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Mike Patton) in New York, who commented on the album:
"I've known Fabban and Aborym for over 20 years so it's nice that we finally get to work together on an Aborym record and this is the most forward thinking of all the Aborym records for sure! It's definitely a break from the past and a step forward into the future of a band that has never stood still and never wanted to sound like everything else that's out there. They continue to evolve with every record! This is a great sounding album that blends all of their metal and industrial influences and represents a new milestone in the history of such a well respected and established group. I'm excited to be a part of it". More...
Italy's legendary industrial/electronic metal band Aborym announced the release date for the new album "Shifting.negative" as January 25th via Agonia Records.
The follow up to 2013 "Dirty" was recorded with an all new line-up consisting of founder Fabban, multi-instrumentalist Dan V, bassist and guitarist RG Narchost, guitarist Davide Tiso (ex-Ephel Duath, Gospel Of The Witches), keyboardist Stefano Angiulli and several guest musicians (including Sin Quirin of Ministry fame).
The album was mixed and mastered by Grammy-award winning Marc Urselli at Eastside Sound Studios (Lou Reed,John Zorn, Mike Patton) in New York.
"Shifting.negative" was engineered by Emiliano Natali (Fear No One Studios), Teo Pizzolante (Braingasm Lab) andLuciano Lamanna (Subsound Studios). Its cover artwork was made by French artist David Cragne (Asymetric Entity) More...
Italy's industrial/electro metallers Aborym today revealed an impressive list of names behind upcoming seventh album, "Shifting.negative" (including Sin Quirin of Ministry and Guido Elmi of Vasco Rossi fame). The band has also unveiled the full track ilst and cover, made by French artist David Cragne (Asymetric Entity).
The new album was engineered by Emiliano Natali (Fear No One Studios), Teo Pizzolante (Braingasm Lab) and Luciano Lamanna (Subsound Studios). In the near future it will be mixed and mastered by Grammy-award winning Marc Urselli at Eastside Sound Studios (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Mike Patton) in New York.
Guido Elmi has been revealed as the post-production sound supervisor behind "Shifting.negative". Band mastermind Fabban commented:
"We are working with a real professional, a true legend, probably our biggest fan and a great friend. Please join us in welcoming mr. Guido Elmi. No need to say Guido is Vasco Rossi’s producer & manager over the past 30 years and he has worked as producer with dozens of artists including Stadio, Skiantos, Gaznevada, Steve Rogers Band, Clara & Black Cars and many others. Today he's also a singer and songwriter."
"Shifting.negative" was recorded in the following line-up: founder Fabban on programming, modulars, synth and vocals, multi-instrumentalist Dan V on guitars and bass, Davide Tiso (Nio, Gospel of the Witches, ex-Ephel Duath) on guitars, and Stefano Angiulli behind synths and keyboards. Aborym's ranks also include a long time associate RG Narchost, who's a live musician for the band.
The album will drop via Agonia Records, with a release date still being nailed down. More...
Industrial black metal group Aborym has revealed the first details surrounding upcoming new album "Shifting.negative."
The opus, which is currently being recorded in three different studios, is helmed by band founder & mastermind Fabban with additional production by New York's multi-grammy winner Marc Urselli (John Zorn, Lou Reed, Mike Patton, Tomahawk) at EastSide Sounds Studios.
Amongst those invloved in the production of the album are also the band’s sound engineer Emiliano Natali (Fear No One Studios, already having worked on "Psychogrotesque" and "Dirty"), Luciano Lamanna (Subsound Studios) and Teo Pizzolante (Braingasm Lab).
Excluding Fabban, "Shifting.negative" will introduce an entirely new line-up of the Italian based combo. Multi-instrumentalist Dan V has became a new permanent member and has already recorded guitars and bass on the upcoming album. The line-up is further shaped by longtime ABORYM associate & bassist RG Narchost, guitarist Davide Tiso (Gospel of the Witches, ex-Ephel Duath, Nio) and synth-player/keyboardist Stefano Angiulli.
"Shifting.negative" is set to be released on Agonia Records at a date yet to be determined. More news will follow soon. The album follows previous release "Dirty," which was included on the recommended reading list for my sci-fi horror novella "Empty." More...
Metal and gaming scribe Ty Arthur (xFiruath of Metalunderground.com/GameSkinny) today unleashes his debut novel “Empty” via Mirror Matter Press.
Following a string of short story anthology appearances, this long-awaited standalone sci-fi / horror tome is now available at Amazon here.
Down-on-his-luck, stuck performing punishment duty in the lower levels of the Penrose, Junior Engineer 3rd Class Hansen wants nothing more than to see the wreckage of a newly discovered ship dating back to man's earliest deep space explorations. The engineer is about to get his wish, and in the process come face-to-face with a long-dormant horror waiting patiently for the perfect vessel. What he'll uncover in the darkness will threaten to consume him, body and soul.
Arthur had this to say about his inaugural solo work:
“While the themes of 'Empty' draw heavily from personal experiences, it should come as no surprise that extreme metal was a major inspiration for me, and there wasn't a single moment of writing when I didn't have the headphones on, exploring the outer reaches of space through music. Special thanks in particular are due to Augury, Ne Obliviscaris, and Stagnant Waters for the epic and discordant tracks that acted as a soundtrack to those writing sessions.
“Although on the surface 'Empty' is about horrible things discovered out in the depths of space, I think metal fans in particular will be able to identify with the main character and underlying story dealing with the isolation of being different and separated from the herd.
“In the same way the music propelled me forward and inspired my writing, I hope one day 'Empty' inspires a metal band to write a sci-fi album so it can all come full circle.”
The author's recommended listening playlist to go along with a reading of “Empty” consists of: More...
Electro-industrial metal titans Aborym have announced the addition of guitarist Giulio Moschini (Hour of Penance) to the group's ranks.
At the same time the band announces an amicable parting of the ways with drummer, Bard "Faust" Eithun, who has been with the group since 2005.
"After the Emperor gigs this summer it is my intention to calm down the band activities," comments Bard. "Basically because I have reached a point where it is difficult to combine being in a band with family and other commitments and I am slightly fed up 'being in a band' as such. Sadly this also involves Aborym so it is with a sad heart I have decided to leave the band with immediate effect.
"Next year I would have been a part of the band for 10 years and I appreciate the three albums we made together. However, it is time to leave the drum chair for someone who are actually able to provide the time and effort the band requires. I wish both Fabban and Paolo Pieri the best of luck with their future endeavours." More...
Industrial black metal outfit Aborym has announced the addition of guitarist Giulio Moschini (Hour of Penance) to the group's ranks.
Giulio brings a wealth of experience to the band, having already performed with Aborym during it's last round of live shows.
The electro-industrial metal titans in Aborym have release a brand new music video for the track "Bleedthrough," taken off their latest "Dirty" album (reviewed here).
The video - directed and filmed by Andrea Mazzucca and the Victorlab crew and featuring the model/actress Tanya Mishchenko - can be viewed below. Vocalist Fabban’s mask used in the clip was created by Monica Mangioni and Alice Siracusano.
In other news, Aborym recently signed on to Agonia Records and is now working on the follow-up to "Dirty."
Aborym - the extreme electro/industrial metal band featuring Italians Fabban and Paolo Pieri (Hour Of Penance) together with Norway’s Bard "Faust" Eithun (Emperor, Blood Tsunami, Mongo Ninja) - has inked a new record deal with Agonia Records.
Details on band's seventh full-length album, the follow-up to 2013's "Dirty" (reviewed here), are yet to be announced.
The band is currently working on a new video for the song "Bleedthrough," taken from the last album. The clip is being directed by Andrea Malkavian and the Victorlab crew. "Bleedthrough" will be the second video from "Dirty," with the previous clip for the title track available below. More...
Aborym has posted live footage online of the band performing "Helter Skelter Youth" at the Brutal Assault festival 2013. Check it out below.
Aborym, which released the "Dirty" album last month (reviewed here), has checked in with the following announcement about upcoming live shows:
"We are proud to announce that the Aborym live-lineup includes Giulio Moschini, Hour Of Penance’s guitarist and Lorenzo Zarone, former bass player in From Depths, now playing in the prog-metal band Stamina. We are deep in the rehearsal process and now all we have to do is wait patiently for the forthcoming round of concerts to kick off the fun times festival season with Aborym in August."
Aborym's forthcoming gigs:
10 August - Brutal Assault official - Old Army Fortress, Josefov, Jaromer, Czech Republic
16 August - Sicily Metal Camp - Palatucci stadium, Noto (SR), Italy More...
Aborym has released a video clip for the title track off new album, "Dirty." The video deals with a "distressing and confusional situation, blurring the borderline between nightmares, memories and drug inducted hallucinations," according to director Alberto Falcone. Check it out below. Alberto Falcone also comments:
"At the first listening of 'Dirty' by Aborym, I got projected in a dark world, where I could see the worst of every human. My aim was to tell a distressing and confusional situation, blurring the borderline between nightmares, memories and drug inducted hallucinations.
"The Pub where the story is set becomes populated by different apathetic idiot savants, each and every of them isolated in their own desperation. The few interactions that exist between them turn tragically. And then there's Luna, who stands still and feels passively all that happens and surrounds her. It was a terrific experience to shoot this video and meet the band members of Aborym, especially because I'm a faithful fan since the release of Kali Yuga Bizzare." More...
Terrorizer Magazine has premiered the second CD of Aborym's new double album "Dirty." While the first CD contains original material only, the second CD is made up o two completely re-recorded tracks from the “Fire Walk With Us” and “Kali Yuga Bizarre” albums, covers of Iron Maiden, Pink Floyd, and Nine Inch Nails tracks, as well as a special album closing track, preformed together with fans of the band.
Stream the second disc via Terrorizer here or in the player below. "Dirty" is out now in Europe and will be available in North America on the 11th of June. You can also stream the full first disc of original material at this location. The full double-disc track listing is as follows:
1. Irreversible Crisis
2. Across the Universe
5. Raped by Daddy
6. I don’t Know
7. The Factory of Death
8. Helter Skelter Youth
9. Face the Reptile
10. The Day the Sun Stopped Shining
11. Fire Walk With Us (new version originally released on “Fire Walk With Us”)
12. Roma Divina Urbs (new version originally released on “Kali Yuga Bizarre”)
13. Hallowed Be Thy Name (Iron Maiden Cover)
14. Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd Cover)
15. Hurt (Nine Inch Nails Cover)
16. Need for limited loss (new track) More...
Industrial extreme metal legends Aborym have teamed up with Noisey and made the first CD of their new album "Dirty" available for streaming prior to its official release date (May 28th in Europe and June 11th in North America).
The stream, along with an exclusive interview with band founder Fabban, is available right here, or you can check out the tracks below.
While the first CD features completely new material, the second CD will include two completely re-arranged and re-recorded tracks from previous albums, covers of tracks by Iron Maiden, Pink Floyd, and Nine Inch Nails, as well as a previously unreleased track. More...
The Eindhoven Metal Meeting will be taking place this December 12th - 14th, with full details available at the festival's website here.
Several new bands have now been announced, including Napalm Death, Carpathian Forest, Gothminister, Aborym, and the Monolith Deathcult. Check out the announcement clip below.
Extreme electro/industrial metallers Aborym have revealed the first track from the second CD of the upcoming "Dirty" double album. The cover of Iron Maiden's heavy metal classic "Hallowed Be Thy Name" can be heard below.
"Dirty" will be available in jewel case, double digipack, and gatefold double LP formats, and is set for release on Agonia Records on the 28th of May in Europe and the 11th of June in North America.
While the first CD will feature completely new material, the second CD will include two completely re-arranged and re-recorded tracks from previous albums, covers of tracks by Iron Maiden, Pink Floyd, and Nine Inch Nails, as well as a previously unreleased track.
Extreme electro/industrial metallers Aborym have premiered the first song off their upcoming album entitled "Dirty." The album opener "Irreversible Crisis" can be streamed below.
The new double album, which will be available in jewel case, double digipack, and gatefold double LP formats, is set for release on Agonia Records on the 28th of May in Europe and the 11th of June in North America.