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Aborted Issues New Album Update

Aborted has issued the following announcement about working on new material for an upcoming album:

"Everything has been going great so far with the preproduction of the upcoming album. We have about 13 skeletons of songs thus far. Drums are up next Mr Mike Heller (Malignancy, System Divide) will be engineering and assisting the drum pre-productions. Have to say we are all thrilled with the material and everyone has been chipping in, once we get a clear idea of the drums, vocals are next and we can start fine tuning and shaping the songs up to their final versions. Curious to see which tracks will make the final cut for the album. Needless to say this will probably be the most ruthless record the band has written period. We are going to tempos we have never been to before, some riffs are more tech than what we ever did, and everything still sounds catchy and crushing. Eran, Jb and Ken did a great job so far so now we just need to sit back and work out the kinks.

"Other good news is you will be seeing us this summer on some of the festivals, cannot say which yet but keep your eyes open for some announcements in the near future. If you live in Belgium/france/Holland/Denmark, check out the shows we have booked in april/may, might be in your area.

"Those of you who want to see our ugly mugs before that can go check out Sven touring the US with System Divide this February with Eluveitie and 3 inches of blood or Sorceron and Ken on tour with Abigail Williams this march with Rotting Christ and Melechesh. More updates coming on everything soon, keep your eyes open and spread the word!"

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