ABORTED „Global Flatline“ (cassette tape)

“Global Flatline” by Aborted is a bone-crushing album that combines the best of old and new, pure raw energy. The production is mega heavy, delivering a brutal, aggressive sound with enough personality to become almost addictive. The band’s death-metal features brutal outbreaks, technical finesse, a grindcore punch, and a touch of melody. Tracks like “Of Scabs And Boils,” “The Kallinger Theory,” and “Fecal Forgery” showcase their relentless energy and creativity.

Overall, Aborted has truly outdone themselves with this bludgeoning sledgehammer of an album!

Limited to 300 pcs.

ABORTED „Retrogore“ (cassette tape)

“Retrogore” by Aborted is not only an album in the typical Aborted vein, but also a memorial for the true essence of death metal. It delivers relentless brutality, gut-wrenching drums, buzz-saw guitars, and guttural vocals deep from the abyss.
“Retrogore” stands as a worthy successor to their previous work. While maintaining the signature brutality and guttural intensity, it also introduces some fresh elements. The band’s technical prowess shines through, and the songwriting feels more refined. Overall, it’s a relentless onslaught that both honors their legacy and pushes the boundaries of death metal. This album is a decimating, violent, and absolutely badass death metal experience, making it – in our opinion – one of the best records the band has released to date.

Limited to 300 pcs.

ABORTED „Slaughter & Apparatus“ (cassette tape)

“Slaughter & Apparatus: A Methodical Overture” by Aborted is a death metal album that combines brutality, technical brilliance, and relentless aggression. The band’s signature mix of deep growls and screams is present, along with intense guitar riffing and occasional melodic touches. While it lacks the standout moments of their previous album, “The Archaic Abattoir”, it still delivers solid death metal with a brash guitar sound. It an above-average death metal album that should satisfy fans of the genre.
To mention a few standout tracks:
“The Chondrin Enigma”: This track kicks off with a relentless assault of blast beats and guttural vocals. The guitar work is intricate, showcasing Aborted’s technical prowess.
“A Methodical Overture”: It combines brutal riffs with eerie melodic sections. It’s a dynamic piece that keeps listeners engaged throughout.
“The Saw & The Carnage Done”: A chaotic and intense song with a memorable chorus. The lyrics delve into gruesome themes, fitting perfectly with Aborted’s style.
Remember, these are just a few highlights… every track on the album contributes to the overall brutal experience!

Limited to 300 pcs.

ABORTED „Strychnine.213“ (cassette tape)

“Strychnine.213” is the sixth album by Belgian death metal band Aborted, released on June 20, 2008. The album showcases Aborted’s blend of slightly more melodic death/grind tremolo against old-school, slow death metal riffs, with occasional forays into metalcore breakdowns and US-style melodeath riffing.
Notably, the track “A Murmur in Decrepit Wits” features a sample from a 1980s interview with Charles Manson. “Carrion” opens the album with a brief, intense burst of aggression. Followed by tracks such as “Ophiolatry on a Hemocite Platter” or “Pestiferous Subterfuge”, Aborted underline their relentless brutality and technical finesse. The album closes with a cover of Pantera’s “Slaughtered”, paying homage to the metal giants.

Limited to 300 pcs.

ABORTED „The Necrotic Manifesto“ (cassette tape)

“The Necrotic Manifesto” by Aborted is a relentless death metal onslaught that hits hard with complex, fast riffing. The hooks on several tracks are phenomenal, creating those “aha moments” that draw listeners into the music. The band’s signature blend of brutality, technical prowess, and aggressive vocals is on full display, making this album a serious and impressive addition to their discography.

Limited to 300 pcs.

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