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Rome, Italy | Established. Jan 01, 2017 | INDIE | AFM

Rome, Italy | INDIE | AFM
Established on Jan, 2017
Band Metal Industrial


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Aborym were originally formed in Taranto, in 1992, by Fabban, then bassist in Funeral Oration and keyboardist for Memory Lab.

The band started out as a covers band, playing the likes of Sepultura,
Rotting Christ and Sodom, amongst others. Along with Alex Noia
(guitars) and Mental Siege (drums), Fabban recorded the first Aborym
demo, the five-track Worshipping Damned Souls, in 1993. The
band split-up shortly afterwards, with Fabban pursuing his other
project, Funeral Oration. Fabban, however, reformed the band in 1997, in
Rome, with a new line-up containing Yorga SM on vocals and Davide
Totaro Sethlans on guitars, who recorded Aborym's second demo (Antichristian Nuclear Sabbath) that same year.

In 1999, the band struck a deal with the Italian Scarlet Records to release their first full-length album, Kali Yuga Bizarre.
The album featured guest vocals from Attila Csihar, well known in the
Black Metal scene for his work with Mayhem, Tormentor and Plasma Pool,
who was to join the band full-time following the departure of Yorga SM.
Around the same time, the band added a second guitarist, Nysrok
Infernalien Sathanas, of the band Satanikk Terrorists. The album was
well-received, with the caveat that was to become their trademark: one
has to be open-minded when listening to it. Metallion, of Slayer
Magazine, commented about the album:"Well, most of the Black Metal
releases today don't rise anyone's attention, still there is a
never-ending quest to find interesting bands. And this time we have
come up with a winner. Aborym from Italy.This is what Black Metal
should be all about. Ugliness, rawness, destruction, scary..."

In 2014, Fabban again worked with Marc Urselli on a remix of the Dirty album title Dirty Remix,
released via Stridulation Records (Fabban and Urselli's record label),
featuring 7 remixes by Mortiis, Throne of Molok, Kingdom, XP8, Red
Sector A, Emiliano Natali/Angelo Vernati and RG Narchost, and it
contains a previously unreleased track entitled A.T.W.A. | All the Way Alive and a new version of Does Not Compute (Captain Morgan Version) from the critically-acclaimed album With No Human Intervention. A few months before that release, Fabban remixed a song by XP8, Camden Town (Drunk People in a Limo Remix).

Later that year, Live in Groningen has been released by the
french label Dead Seed Production. It’s the first official live album
from Aborym. The seven-track album includes a rare recording captured on
May the 21st 2004 in Groningen (The Netherlands), during the band's
European tour, and 2 unreleased industrial songs, featuring the With No Human Intervention album's line-up. Live in Groningen has been remastered by Fabban and Emiliano Natali at Fear No One studios, the same studio in which the band recorded Psychogrotesque (Season of Mist Records) and the double album Dirty (Agonia Records).

In 2016, Fabban appeared as a special guest on The Reptilian Session and on the Technomancy album by Victor Love with a remix of the song called The New System,
released by Metropolis Records. He also teamed up with the producer
Lucian Lamanna (Subsound studios) and they played for the very first
time a 40 minutes' live set with modular synths, [D]ronin and Folktek
instruments at Solchi Sperimentali Fest in Rome, organised by the
Italian writer-journalist Antonello Cresti.

By September 2016, a new Aborym album titled SHIFTING.negative
will be completed. It has been written by Fabban in 3 years, and it
was conceived by making songwriting and arranging, pre-production,
production and sound design the same thing. Early ideas for SHIFTING.negative
were conceived after Fabban teamed up with guitarist Dan V. After the
recently departed guitarist Paolo Pieri, Fabban employed Dan V along
with the long time band's associate RG Narchost, the ex-Ephel Duath
mastermind guitarist Davide Tiso and the synth-player keyboardist
Stefano Angiulli to achieve various industrial rock, metal elements. SHIFTING.negative
features a wide range of textures and moods to illustrate the mental
and technical progress of the Aborym project and its never-ending
industrial uprising. Among the high-profile cameos announced for the
band’s seventh official record, alongside Ministry and Revolting Cocks's
Sin Quirin, The Electric Hellfire Club's Ricktor and Dope Stars Inc.'s
Victor Love, there’s Mr Cain Cressall from the crushing Australian
outfit The Amenta, bringing his unique style of vocal to a few tracks.