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Aborted - Goremageddon: The Saw And The Carnage Done (6,5/10) - Belgium - 2003

Genre: Grindcore / Death Metal
Label: Listenable Records
Playing time: 42:33
Band homepage: Aborted

Tracklist:

  1. Methiculous Invagination
  2. Parasitic Flesh Resection
  3. The Saw And The Carnage Done
  4. Ornaments Of Derision
  5. Sanguine Verses (...Of Extirpation)
  6. Charted Carnal Effigy
  7. Clinical Colostomy
  8. Medical Deviance
  9. Sea of Cartilage
  10. Nemesis
  11. Carnal Forge (CARCASS) on LIMITED EDITION slipcase only
Aborted - Goremageddon: The Saw And The Carnage Done
The splattermaniacs from Belgium are back and deliver us a Grind- and Splatterorgy, which is unbelievable. They do their sound with full belief, with hearts and guts, so to speak, and you can hear that. The vocals are more extreme, that means, it's abysmal and more gurgling than on the terrific predecessor "Engineering The Dead".

The speed increased, too, so we get a pure Grind disc. That's actually sad, because the more deathy predecessor appealed more to me. That's maybe caused by the diversity, this is no substituted through ultraspeed hacking. Now, it's everything crazier, the vocals (?) difficult to decipher, but you can't avoid the great power of the band, which is also gained by the fat production. The singly interspersed "Metal parts" or some slow parts tear the songs always out of the pure noise. Unfortunately, there is no hit like "Nailed Through Her Cunt" to discover.

Total Gorehounds/Grinders will see this in another view and in comparison with other comparable releases are ABORTED still outstanding. You have to respect their technical abilities, but personally, I think it's a bit too heavy! (Online May 19, 2003)

Ralf Henn



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