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The Aborted

The Aborted

The Aborted


There are three bands known as The Aborted. 1. A punk band from the United States 2. A hardcore punk band from the United Kingdom 3. A gore metal band from Belgium 1. The Aborted is a punk band from Fullerton, California. The band is made up of Gnat-guitar; Kevin-mangina; Eric-drums; and Joe-bass. The band has since stopped playing and now has members in the Claggs. 2. The Aborted is a british hardcore punk from early 80's .Paul Weaver - Guitar and Vocals Dave Bloor - Guitar Tim Smith - Bass Terry Turton - Drums. Read more on Last.fm
There are three bands known as The Aborted. 1. A punk band from the United States 2. A hardcore punk band from the United Kingdom 3. A gore metal band from Belgium 1.

The Aborted is a punk band from Fullerton, California. The band is made up of Gnat-guitar; Kevin-mangina; Eric-drums; and Joe-bass. The band has since stopped playing and now has members in the Claggs. 2.

The Aborted is a british hardcore punk from early 80's .Paul Weaver - Guitar and Vocals Dave Bloor - Guitar Tim Smith - Bass Terry Turton - Drums. They have a practise tape and they has one track on "I've Got A Choose... DEMOLITION BLUES!" comp. LP (Insane? Records '83) 3.

The Aborted is a Belgian gore metal band that was formed in the half-way mark of the '90s and released a demo called The Necrotorous Chronicles before co-operating with Christ Denied on a split-CD. The Purity Of Perversion independent demo followed independently. Next up was an independent album called Engineering The Dead. Next up the act entered the studio to cover Napalm Death for a four-way CD with Brodequin, Misery Index and Drowning. The band worked with Danish producer Jacob Hansen to record Goremageddon for Listenable Records.

A tour with Immolation soon followed. The band was also booked for the Maryland Death fest with Suffocation, Pyrexia and others. The band released a new mini-CD called The Haematobic on April 19th, 2004 just in time for its tour with Cannibal Corpse and others. Later that month, the Belgians announced the addition of drummer Gilles Delecroix to the group. Gilles replaces longtime drummer Frank.

The boys entered the studio in late 2004 with producer Tue Madsen to record a new full-length album. It was tentatively entitled The Archaic Abattoir. This album was issued in the spring of 2005 and was licensed for America by Olympic Recordings. Guitarist Bart Vergaert left in the spring seemingly growing tired of the band's music and looking to form his own act.

The band was in the midst of playing select shows in the USA and was shooting a video for the track Dead Wreckoning with director Darren Doane in California. Century Media Records announced the world-wide signing of Belgian death/grinders in the summer of 2005. The label had licensed the band's latest album, The Archaic Abattoir, which sold well and prompted the label to sign the band. The band hit the road in the autumn with Suffocation, Cryptopsy and Despised Icon.

The group parted ways with drummer Gilles Delecroix and bass player Olivia Scemama due to financial difficulties and disagreements in autumn of 2006. The band’s new bassist was one Peter Goemaere. Slaughter & Apparatus: A Methodical Overture was issued in early 2007. The band’s new drummer was one Dan Wilding.

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