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Latest Aborted News
Below is our complete Aborted news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Gaerea premieres a new song entitled "Through Time", taken from the band's upcoming self-titled album, which will be released in CD form by Everlasting Spew on November 11, with vinyl coming in mid-2017. "Gaerea " was produced, mixed and mastered by John Bart Van Der Wal (Aborted) at Hewwtower Studios in the Netherlands.
Check out now "Through Time" below.
Canadian death metal unit Eyexist premieres a new song and lyric video for "Chronicles of Survival", taken from the upcoming debut album "The Digital Holocaust", which will be out in stores later this year via PRC Music. The track features Oli Beaudoin of Kataklysm on drums and a guest guitar solo by Mendel Bij de Leij of Aborted.
Check out now "Chronicles of Survival" below.
Oracles (Aborted, Etc.) premieres a new song entitled "Body Of Ineptitude", taken from the upcoming new album "Miserycorde", which will be out in stores July 01 via Deadlight Entertainment.
Check out now "Body Of Ineptitude" below.
Oracles consists of: More...
Oracles (Aborted, etc.) premieres a new song entitled "S(k)in", taken from the upcoming new album "Miserycorde", which will be out in stores July 01 via Deadlight Entertainment.
Check out now "S(k)in" below.
In early 2017, German thrash giants Kreator will tour Europe in support of an upcoming, yet-untitled new record. Guitarist/singer Mille Petrozza and his crew will be accompanied by a varied as well as iconic billing.
Sepultura has been announced to be direct support to the headliners, followed by Swedish melodic death metallers Soilwork and Belgium’s finest death/grind outfit, Aborted.
Commented Mille Petrozza: "Finally we are gonna be back on a headlining tour through europe again. It will be more than two years by then since our last run and we have some amazing ideas for a new stage show, supporting our new album. It will be nothing less than spectacular, I promise! Looking forward to see all of you metal maniacs in 2017. And this will just be the beginning..." More...
Multi-national technical death metal outfit Conflux premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band's upcoming EP "The Inception", which will be out in stores later today via Bandcamp.
Conflux is helmed by Chase Fraser (Continuum, ex-Animosity, Decrepit Birth), Tommy McKinnon (Akurion/Neuraxis), and features an array contributing members including:
Mike DiSalvo (Akurion/ex-Cryptopsy)
Derek Engmann (Cattle Decapitation)
Elliot Desgagnes (Beneath The Massacre)
Eran Segal (ex-Aborted)
Matt Mcgachy (Cryptopsy)
Hugo Doyon Karout (Beyond Creation)
Check out now "The Inception" in its entirety below.
Aborted's new studio album "Retrogore" (reviewed here) will be released this Friday, April 22nd, 2016 via Century Media Records.
To hold fans over until the album release, Aborted is offering up a guitar playthrough video of the song "Cadaverous Banquet." Check out Mendel and Ian with some fret-melting guitar wizardry below.
Hello tortured world... are you ready for another serving of unbridled, unyielding death metal from Belgium's favorite gore-horde? Well, ready or not, here it comes...
Aborted is proud to let-loose on the world yet another brand new track off upcoming album "Retrogore." This time the sonic offerings come in the shape of a video for the track "Divine Impediment." The new album's full track listing is:
1. Dellamorte Dellamore (00:51)
2. Retrogore (04:17)
3. Cadaverous Banquet (04:12)
4. Whoremageddon (03:29)
5. Termination Redux (alternate version) (03:27)
6. Bit By Bit (04:03)
7. Divine Impediment (04:18)
8. Coven Of Ignorance (03:42)
9. The Mephitic Conundrum (03:18)
10. Forged For Decrepitude (02:41)
11. From Beyond (The Grave) (04:22)
12. In Avernus (04:36)
13. Slasher Hysteria *(03:27) Bonus Track
14. Les Miserables *(03:57) Bonus Track More...
Aborted premieres a new song entitled "Bit By Bit", taken from the upcoming new 9th full-length crusher "Retrogore", which will be out in stores April 22 via Century Media.
Check out now "Bit By Bit" over at unitedrocknations.com HERE.
Conflux - the new new collaborative tech death metal project helmed by guitarist/songwriter Chase Fraser (Continuum, ex Animosity, Decrepit Birth) and drummer Tommy Mckinnon (Akurion/Neuraxis) - premieres a new song entitled "Lucid Hallucinations", taken from the upcoming 3 song EP "The Inception", which will be out in stores May 3, 2016.
Check out now "Lucid Hallucinations" below.
The complete Conflux lineup is: More...
Aborted's 9th full-length crusher, "Retrogore," will be hauled from the grave on April 22nd, 2016 and fans should expect nothing less than one of thee most relentless and fiercest albums from Belgium's favorite gore-mongers to date.
Check out new song "Retrogore" below, courtesy of MetalSucks. Sven de Caluwe, Aborted's front man, comments on the new song and album:
"Here it is ghouls and maniacs! The first, opening track and title track to our fine new little piece of auricular mayhem called 'Retrogore.' A profound little diddy that somewhat recalls the finesse and tactfulness of Monty Python's 'The meaning of life' or as we shall call it our own 'The meaning of Death(metal)'. You see, folks, there are blast beats, there are ridiculously fast kicks all over the place, really, really, reaallly dark melodies to make you churn and some shredding for those who like that thing called musicianship. More...
Having recently been treated to a death metal extravaganza in London from Kataklysm, Septicflesh and Aborted (read the review here,) it seemed as good a time as any to revisit the history and story of one of these bands. In the interest of fairness, this week, we’ll be taking a look at the band whose country we’ve only examined twice before when covering Channel Zero and Enthroned, (which was only last week for those who need reminding.) The band whose career has been drenched in blood and fuelled by gore. The death metal band from Belgium known, quite simple, as Aborted.
Aborted was founded in 1995 by vocalist Sven de Caluwé, in the north west municipality of Waregem, West Flanders, reportedly choosing their name so that their albums would be first in the CD racks. This ambition came closer to be fulfilled, after they released two demos in 1998 entitled, "The Splat Pack" and "The Necrotorous Chronicles," which gained the attention of Uxicon Records, who released their debut album, "The Purity of Perversion" in 1999. The record received a good response from fans of extreme music, as well as disgust from onlookers at the cover art, a photograph of a mutilated woman. More...
Perhaps one of the most popular venues among metal fans and bands in Britain, is The Underworld in Camden, North London. It's practically a given that when a small or cult band tours the UK, this is where they will play, even if it's their only UK show. As a result, even the pub located above the venue, appropriately enough called The World's End, is a very metal place, complete with it's own merchandise and all kinds of rock and metal being played over the stereo, as well as fantastic staff. The place is worth visiting for this alone, but on this night, The Underworld was hosting a death metal extravaganza which simply could not be missed, as Kataklysm arrived with Septicflesh and Aborted to perform the penultimate show of a 44 date tour.
The evening got off to an extremely heavy start as Waregem's own, Aborted took to the stage. It says a lot about this tour that all three bands are headliners in their own rights, each with a rich history and a lengthy back catalogue and Aborted certainly have the presence to be deemed headliners. All three bands brought a different brand of death metal to the show and this evening's openers were representing the brutal side of music, and representing it well. Despite going on at 6:45, Aborted instantly got the crowd moving, with plenty of head banging and mosh pits (a dangerous thing in The Underworld given the pillars on the floor,) to go around. The band mixed old material with new, performing songs from their excellent new EP, "Termination Redux," which are also scheduled to appear on their forthcoming new album, "Retrogore." This is all held together by frontman Sven de Caluwé, who possesses the charisma and showmanship that it takes to be considered one of the best live vocalists in death metal. Aborted puts on the kind of death metal performance people want to see, intense, extreme and very fun. More...
We all get a little mad sometimes ...
Belgium's gore-mongers from Aborted just vomited forth the cover artwork for the upcoming full-length album, "Retrogore." Have a look at the pure horror below and keep in mind... that guy in the mirror could easily be you!!!!
The highly detailed artwork was masterfully crafted by Christopher Lovell.
"Retrogore" will mark Aborted's ninth studio album and will see a worldwide release in April of 2016 through Century Media Records. After delivering two seriously drenched and critically acclaimed albums in the form of "Global Flatline" (2012) and "The Necrotic Manifesto" (2014) (see review here), Aborted has returned to not only deliver another album jam-packed with ferociously ripping brutal death metal but also surpass all expectations with what could be considered the most mature and diverse album to date. More...
Aborted today releases "Termination Redux," a 5-track EP available now via Century Media. The track listing is as follows:
1. Liberate Me Ex Inferis
2. Termination Redux
3. Vestal Disfigurement Upon The Sacred Chantry
4. Bound In Acrimony
5. The Holocaust Re-Incarnate
Aborted is also presenting you a brand new lyric video for the track "Vestal Disfigurement Upon The Sacred Chantry." Check it out below, and a full list of ongoing European tour dates alongside Septicflesh and Kataklysm is available after the jump.
Following the release of an insane 10 music videos, Canada's Kataklysm is set to begin the European "Of Ghosts and Gods" tour next month.
Support will come from Greek symphonic death metal force Septicflesh and Belgium-based death metallers Aborted.
Kataklysm mastermind Maurizio commented: “It’s been a little awhile since we have visited the clubs and theaters of Europe, the last run was incredible as we remember it well, this time we come stronger then ever supporting the bombastic 'Of Ghosts And Gods' with an unprecedented 44 shows across the old continent as we will be visiting new cities and also countries such as Norway, Finland, Estonia and Latvia for the very first time... excitement is an understatement!
"We will be bringing a full Kataklysm show so you can feel the real experience our way and we are bring with us our brothers: the Greek titan kings of Septicflesh and Belgian gore masters Aborted to bring the power and the blood, in true Kataklysm tradition the tour will be in January/February, so come start the year the right way and experience this sonic assault when it comes to destroy your town!“ More...
Belgian death metallers Aborted premiere their new music video for the song "Termination Redux", taken from the upcoming 20th anniversary EP, "Termination Redux", which will be out in stores January 15, 2016 via Century Media Records.
Check out now "Termination Redux" below.
Members of Metallica, Pantera, In Flames, Testament, AC/DC, Kiss, Slipknot, Mötley Crüe, Slash, Warbringer, Aborted, Periphery, Killswitch Engage, August Burns Red, Raising The Veil, Born Of Osiris, All Shall Perish, Carnifex, Textures and Anthrax etc. are among the musicians who have (so far) reacted with shock and pledges of solidarity for France following the killing of scores of people in attacks in Paris on Friday night. Some of their views can be seen below.
Our hearts are with Paris tonight. pic.twitter.com/ZRDD8BmhvM— Robert Trujillo (@RobertTrujillo) November 14, 2015
On Friday the 13th, pre-orders will be available for "Termination Redux," the 20th anniversary EP release from Belgian death metallers Aborted.
In celebration of the release, Aborted has released a brand new live video for the song "Necrotic Manifesto" shot live at Graspop 2015. The band had the following message to fans regarding the new video and forthcoming EP:
"Dear ghouls and maniacs: We couldn't be more excited to make the following announcement! 2015 marked 20 years of existence for Aborted and we figured we would do something for the occasion, so here it is! 'Termination Redux' is our 20th anniversary EP release containing 3 new tracks and a re-recording of our 2001 'Engineering The Dead' opener 'The Holocaust Incarnate'. The release will be exclusively available on vinyl and digitally. We will have a limited amount of copies on neon orange vinyl so grab those while you can!
"The video for 'Termination Redux' was shot with our good friend Jens from Panda productions and we hope you enjoy it! Next to this EP release which will be out just in time for our tour with our friends in Kataklysm and Septic Flesh, we will also be recording our new full-length this december at Kohlekeller studio in Germany. The EP is a prelude of things to come and rest assured the new album will be ripping you a new one next spring! Support death metal!" More...
Aborted just issued the following announcement about cancelling an upcoming Israeli show later this month:
"Hello Tel Aviv, sadly we have to inform you that due to the lack of response and professionalism from the promoter, we have to cancel our appearance in Israel on the 17th of October.
"It wasn't until this week that ourselves and our friends in Cytotoxin were given flight information went through and then have him use the excuse 'flights are too expensive' (No shit it's less than two weeks before the event).
"This is the first time ever we have to cancel a show in Israel which you all know and we were stoked to perform and see all of you again however we have an album to finish before the end of the year and we cannot be wasting time on such practices. To all our fans out there: we love you all and see you again soon, we promise! Yalla!" More...