ABORTED: 'Dead Wreckoning' Video Posted Online
Belgian gory death metallers ABORTED have uploaded their video for the track "Dead Wreckoning" at this location. Produced by Darren Doane (SHADOWS FALL, NILE) and filmed in downtown L.A. the clip was shot "in the basement of an old meat factory," the band's vocalist, Sven De Caluwe, said. "Scary fact is that there was blood everywhere — fresh blood, which neither Darren nor the band put there. Weird part is the factory has been out of business for quite some time…"
ABORTED's most recent album, "The Archaic Abattoir", was released in March via Listenable Records. The CD was mixed at Antfarm Studios in Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, PANZERCHRIST, MNEMIC, EKTOMORF, DESTINY). Guest vocal appearances on the album include Bo Summer (ILLDISPOSED), Michael Bogballe (MNEMIC) and Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE).
ABORTED will be embarking on a North American tour with CRYPTOPSY, SUFFOCATION and DESPISED ICON beginning in early October. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.
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