||Industrial black metal sorcerers Aborym are gearing up to release a new album three years after Psychogrotesque. Dirty, as it is called, will be a 10-track double album, which will be available in digipak, jewel case and gatefold double LP formats, is set for release on Agonia Records on May 28th in Europe and June 11th in North America.
Dirty was recorded at the Fear No One Studios in Italy with Emiliano Natali, reprising his Sound Engineers role from the band's Psychogrotesque album, and it is helmed by Marc Urselli. The electronic part of the album is engineered by D. Loop (Kebabtraume, Limbo). R.G. Narchost (Stormcrow, Demon's Shade, Drowning Ashes) created "The Spiral shaped chamber" custom sounds library for the band. The artwork for the album is by Aborym's Malfeitor Fabban.
As for the double album specifics, the first CD of the album features new material, whilst the second CD features two tracks from previous albums, which have been completely re-arranged and re-recorded, covers of tracks by Iron Maiden, Pink Floyd and Nine Inch Nails, and a previously unreleased track performed by both musicians such as Agonia BV, Tamara Picardo, Samuel Heru Ra Ha MK, Hostis, Ulven, Mike Bizzini, David Cholasta, Tobias Dünnebacke, Jonathan Butcher, Jessy Lavallee, Thomas Hochstetler, Mary J. Rooks, Amanda Neilson and Mark Llewellyn, as well as several fans. The song was written by Alberto Penzin (CO2, ex-Schizo) and was spliced together from all the different sources.
01. Irreversible Crisis
02. Across The Universe
05. Raped By Daddy
06. I Don't Know
07. The Factory Of Death
08. Helter Skelter Youth
09. Face The Reptile
10. The Day The Sun Stopped Shining
01. Fire Walk With Us [new version]
02. Roma Divina Urbs [new version]
03. Hallowed Be Thy Name [Iron Maiden cover]
04. Comfortably Numb [Pink Floyd cover]
05. Hurt [Nine Inch Nails cover]
06. Need For Limited Loss
Guitarist Paolo Pieri commented: "This is definitely the most schizoid and experimental Aborym work so far. This time we focused on pushing the boundaries of electronic music one step forward while retaining the ruthless brutality of extreme metal in a way totally ahead of the times."