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Mallcore Kid

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2014 6:00 pm 

ABORYM "Generator" Gatefold 12" vinyl is now available and shipping!

Order here


In 2006 hard hitting industrial titans ABORYM released their 4th album GENERATOR, follow-up to the critically acclaimed "With No Human Intervention" album.
GENERATOR saw the band delve deeper into sonic insanity, pushing further the boundaries of a unique hybrid of a genre they have set for themselves.
ABORYM blend the speed and ferocity of Black / Death Metal with otherworldy electronics to upmost perfection, and with this misfit they have succeeded in establishing a new landmark as well as new standards in extreme metal.


GENERATOR marked the permanent arrival of previous co-worker Bard G. Eithun (Emperor,Blood Tsunami, Thorns) on drums and Prime Evil / Svartravn (Mysticum, Amok) on vocals.
This album also marked Attila Csihar's last performance with the band on the track "Man Bites God".

Now, 8 years after its initial CD release on Season Of Mist, this post apocalyptic masterpiece is finally released on vinyl through Dead Seed Productions.
This new edition comes as a noble 180g vinyl housed in a deluxe hardcover gatefold, and includes an A1 full colour poster.


This album is available in 3 colour variants: Black, Clear Smoke and Smoke Red vinyl.
The smoke coloured vinyl are exclusive to our store.

Order your copy HERE

1. Armageddon (Intro)
2. Disgust And Rage (Sic Transit Gloria Mundi)
3. A Dog-Eat-Dog World
4. Ruinrama Kolossal S.P.Q.R. (Satanic Pollution - Qliphotic Rage)
5. Generator
6. Suffer Catalyst
7. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
8. Man Bites God
9. I Reject!

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