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Aborted Unleash First Single and Video “Impetus Odi” Off New Album ‘ManiaCult’

Legendary Death Metal maniacs ABORTED, under the charismatic leadership of Sven Caluwe have returned with their highly anticipated 11th studio album called ManiaCult. In cooperation with G13 Production House (Behemoth, Accept, Kreator), the band presents their most terrifying and disturbing video so far for their first single “Impetus Odi”.
Watch the YouTube premiere today, June 25th at 12PM ET/9AM PT, HERE.

Viewer discretion is advised – you have been warned! ManiaCult will be officially released on September 10th .

The pre-sale has officially started and are available, HERE.

 The band will also offer a strictly limited amount of liquid filled vinyl and their own exclusive action figure on their band shop. Check out their band shop HERE

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 About ABORTED:
Join the ManiaCult and you can never leave — at least not with your life intact. ABORTED have crafted the perfect soundtrack to this sick sect, which demands human sacrifices to summon Lovecraftian demons. The sinister sound aptly snarls and snakes like the heads that worm their way out from the cult leader’s back. It’s the same type of authority ABORTED have had over the death metal masses for the 26 years since vocalist Sven de Caluwé formed the band in Belgium. As the lone original member, he’s directed the band like a demented conductor: each musician that filters through the ranks a tendril he waves around like a baton. ABORTED are shapeshifters, evolving from blazing deathgrind to groovier fare before settling into a technical approach on death metal. On 11th album ManiaCult, they split the difference between the over-the-top shred of TerrorVision and the dripping dark atmosphere achieved on follow-up La Grande Mascarade. That EP was their first as the current four-piece line-up, rounded out by drummer Ken Bedene, guitarist Ian Jekelis and bassist Stefano Franceschini.




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