Aborted - The Necrotic Manifesto



7.8 | 97 votes |
Release date: 28 April 2014
Style: Brutal death metal

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01. Six Feet Of Foreplay
02. The Extirpation Agenda
03. Necrotic Manifesto
04. An Enumeration Of Cadavers
05. Your Entitlement Means Nothing [feat. Vincent Bennett]
06. The Davidian Deceit
07. Coffin Upon Coffin
08. Chronicles Of Detruncation
09. Sade & Libertine Lunacy
10. Die Verzweiflung
11. Excremental Veracity [feat. Phlegeton]
12. Purity Of Perversion
13. Of Dead Skin & Decay
14. Cenobites
15. Saprophytes [limited edition bonus]
16. Funeral inception [Suffocation cover] [limited edition bonus]
17. Concubine [Converge cover] [limited edition bonus]
18. Arise [Sepultura cover] [iTunes edition bonus]

Line-up
Sven de Caluwé - vocals
Mendel bij de Leij - guitars
Danny Tunker - guitars
Ken Bedene - drums
John-Bart Van Der Wal - bass

Guest musicians
Phlegeton - vocals
Vincent Bennett - vocals

Additional info
Produced by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Heaven Shall Burn, Mercenary).

Artwork by Pär Olofsson.

Release dates
April 28th, 2014: Europe
April 29th, 2014: North America

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04.07.2014 - 20:26
Rating: 6
Ilham
Giant robot
See dead one, nobody lashed into you for what you said

That other day I listened to four Aborted albums in one night, which is extremely hard to digest. Especially after not listening to any in six years. Seeing you all keep saying Global Flatline is better than this one, I gave them both - and Goremageddon to have a point of reference - a listen again; so as to finally decide which new Aborted I prefer. I should specify that I never said Necro was better than Flatline.

I see where you guys come from. GF is groovier than NM, the bass lines are almost funky and a lot more present. That shit is heavy at times. The energy in NM seems to wind down starting at the middle as said dead one. But I don't find it too devoid of melody. I noticed one or two solos that seemed to be forced and felt like filling more than anything, like the one in Excremental Veracity.
I also have the impression the production is a bit foggy on NM, compared to GF. But That might be just an impression. One thing that did not change is the overuse of samples. I mean seriously. We get it.

All in all, yeah I prefer GF over NM.
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04.07.2014 - 21:10
Mr. Doctor
Skandino
Written by Guest on 04.07.2014 at 19:11
Old Aborted was indeed boring. I also think GF is the best thing they've done.


Duuuuuuude. Goremageddon like... is faaaaar oooouuut braaaah!
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
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04.07.2014 - 21:17
Lit.
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Written by Mr. Doctor on 04.07.2014 at 21:10

Duuuuuuude. Goremageddon like... is faaaaar oooouuut braaaah!

Never did anything for me. Every time I tried listening to it, I felt the urge to play a Carcass album instead.
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04.07.2014 - 21:44
!J.O.O.E.!
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Engineering the Dead is really the only one I like, though Archaic Abattoir isn't too shabby.
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04.07.2014 - 22:18
Mr. Doctor
Skandino
Written by Guest on 04.07.2014 at 21:44
Engineering the Dead is really the only one I like, though Archaic Abattoir isn't too shabby.


How come you mention AA and not Goremageddon... Sigh.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
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04.07.2014 - 22:18
!J.O.O.E.!
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How come you mention AA and not Goremageddon... Sigh.

Was never really into Goremageddon, sorry =P
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14.04.2016 - 11:34
Rating: 8
Simsda
First album i've listened to through and through by this band and wow i enjoyed it a lot. Wasn't expecting the more melodic moments such as the intro to "Cenobites". Will definetly give Global Flatline a shot later.
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