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I know them for one song, and I ever heard they are a good band. Can anyone suggest wich album to start with? Are they so worthy?


December 10th, 2007, 8:49 pm
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I'm not a die hard fan of Aborym, but in my opinion their best album is Generator (featuring Prime Evil of Mysticum on vocals and Bard Faust on drums), the last they did; another album I listened to was Kali Yuga Bizarre (can't remember it any more)....


December 10th, 2007, 10:40 pm
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Symptoms wrote:
I know them for one song, and I ever heard they are a good band. Can anyone suggest wich album to start with? Are they so worthy?


Dude, you that loves industrial metal have to check them out absolutely! In my opinion all their albums are fucking killer. Generator is the only one with acoustic drums (bard faust), But their best industrial black metal is in "With No Human Intervention" and "Kali Yuga Bizzarre", two masterpieces.

There's also "Fire walk with us" entirely sung by Attila Csihar, good one but didnt convinced me alot.


p.s. funny thing that we're three italians talking in english... :lol:


December 11th, 2007, 10:23 am
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Symptoms wrote:
I know them for one song, and I ever heard they are a good band. Can anyone suggest wich album to start with? Are they so worthy?


Dude, you that loves industrial metal have to check them out absolutely! In my opinion all their albums are fucking killer. Generator is the only one with acoustic drums (bard faust), But their best industrial black metal is in "With No Human Intervention" and "Kali Yuga Bizzarre", two masterpieces.

There's also "Fire walk with us" entirely sung by Attila Csihar, good one but didnt convinced me alot.


p.s. funny thing that we're three italians talking in english... :lol:


It's funny but at the same time it's very exciting :twisted: !!!

Anyway, "with no human intervention" I found it a little bit to noisy for my ears. This is the only thing I whanted to say at the moment....


December 11th, 2007, 3:08 pm
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Terrorizer Magazine has given "Fire Walk..." and "With No Human ..." 10-out-of-10 ratings, ...

Personally, I think their music is interesting, but not particularly groundbreaking. Their guitarist DOES play some more "virtuosic" guitar solos (very rare in black metal).

I also prefer their "Generator" album - the real drums are more organic and interesting.

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December 12th, 2007, 2:21 pm
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Allright, I'm going to chek them out... the only song I head from them was Roma Divina Urbs, and I liked the change of styles in the song, so I guess I'm going lo like them a lot!


December 13th, 2007, 2:36 pm
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Got myself a copy of "Kali Yuga Bizarre" yesterday, and I must say I'm positively surprised, as most reviews described the album as only a taste of what was following.

The black goes along well with the industrial/beat parts and nothing seems overdone.

A point of criticism:

-Atilla Csihar's voice on "Darka Mysteria": I've never really been into his moanings as they tend to bore quite quickly. Do the later Aborym albums also see the use of these vocals?

-Metal Striken Terror Action seems a bit out of place, being thrashy... and sounds a bit underdeveloped.


I was actually planning on buying "With no human intervention", but someone must have beat me to it, damn! :evil:


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In my humble opinion "WNHI" is their best album to date. Cold, mean, inhuman, fast and satanic. :twisted:


May 30th, 2008, 12:19 pm
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fire walk with us is where its at but wierdly all aborym fans have their own favs

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I agree with "With No Human Intervention" called to be the best Aborym thing...:-)


May 30th, 2008, 9:45 pm
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Tentakel P. wrote:
In my humble opinion "WNHI" is their best album to date. Cold, mean, inhuman, fast and satanic. :twisted:


Demimonde wrote:
I agree with "With No Human Intervention" called to be the best Aborym thing...


Damn you guys, making me want the album even more :evil: :D


May 30th, 2008, 10:06 pm
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Demimonde wrote:
I agree with "With No Human Intervention" called to be the best Aborym thing...:-)


The opener is AMAZING! :)


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I like Industrial Raveolution. Otherwise I've never really fallen for Aborym...

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June 1st, 2008, 12:18 pm
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Demimonde wrote:
I agree with "With No Human Intervention" called to be the best Aborym thing...:-)


[x] i also agree to WNHI, the second position goes to KYB


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Rumor has it they're quite similar to Dødheimsgard...?


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