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ABORYM - Presents New Lyric Video For The Track From Upcoming Album

Italian industrial electronic metallers Aborym have released the second single, "Radiophobia", from their upcoming album Hostile, which 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.

"Radiophobia" is a song which deals with the Chernobyl tragedy. In 1986, the Soviet city of Pripyat was thriving, a socialist utopia with good housing and a young population, built to house the workers for the Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Nuclear Power Plant - better known today as Chernobyl. On April 26 that year, everything changed. A late-night test at the plant's number four reactor went catastrophically wrong, causing a huge steam explosion. It was just the start of what would become the world's worst nuclear accident, a tragedy that would have repercussions for years to come.

Commenting on "Radiophobia" Aborym's drummer Kata says: "Personally one of my favourite songs, an ever-changing set of conflicting sensations, both emotionally and musically. The Chernobyl tragedy was one of the greatest failures of the human being. The world suddenly found itself faced with the worst of its nightmares ... and the echo still resounds now."

The follow-up to Shifting.negative was produced by Keith Hillebrandt (Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie,...), is a consolidation and continuation of Aborym career. Listen now to "Radiophobia" in the lyric video form in the player below, and to previously released "Horizon Ignited" over HERE. Link