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ABORYM - Announces New Album, Presents First Single And Video

Italian industrial electronic metallers Aborym are back with their most challenging studio album to date. Hostile is the definitive magnum opus from a band who wrote an unforgettable piece of history in the extreme metal camp. Hostile will be released as digipak CD and digital on 12th February 2021 on Dead Seed Productions, while the vinyl version will be out in April 2021.

The follow-up to Shifting.negative was produced by Keith Hillebrandt (Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie,...), is a consolidation and continuation of Aborym career. Rather than re-invent the wheel or try and compete with contemporary trends, this record takes the blueprint we know and love and sees the band adding even more layers and taking some of their work to its nth degree. They are unarguably heavy, and there are a lot of metal inspirations in their sound, but Hostile can be considered as a kaleidoscopich weird mix of psychedelia, electronic music, rock and experimental music. Aborym's mission is simply to make music that has never been heard before.

To celebrate their long-awaited comeback Aborym unleash their first single "Horizon Ignited" accompanied by a stunning videoclip. Commenting on "Horizon Ignited" Aborym's mastermind Fabrizio Giannese aka Fabban says: "Difficulties in remembering to forget. The new atheism. The ardent wish to finally forget about God: to discard the cherished illusion of God and definitively break away from the images and thoughts. The core hypothesis of this song is that the 'death of God' does not straight away imply that God is forgotten. The memory of God makes a reconsideration of God possible which avoids the widespread, but misleading alternative, between 'the death of God' on the one hand, and his alleged 'return' on the other. Two overall interests thereby intersect: an exegetical and a systematic one." Link