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Goremageddon Enhanced, Extra tracks

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Editorial Reviews

Domestic debut from this Belgian killing machine, features CD-Rom bonus track including the graphic video for 'Meticulous Invagination' not on the import version! An absolute must for death metal fans that like their extremity tight and technical ala Dyin

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Meticulous Invagination
  2. Parasitic Flesh Resection
  3. The Saw & 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


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 12, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Extra tracks
  • Label: Olympic
  • ASIN: B0000AB15P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #403,035 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Robert P. Del Grande on October 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I enjoy this album, It's heavy with damn good violence. Don't know why so many people are calling this "average". What is so average about it? And, a reviewer here called them "nu-gore" LOL!!! Give me a break, is that a stupid new genre being created now? What is next? lol. It is amazing at how far some people will go to categorize a band that they don't like. If you don't like them, then just say you don't like them. Don't put them in some false fictional genre. PATHETIC I tell you. Aborted's "Goremageddon" is a good album, if you like death-metal, get this. Oh, and there is another reviewer here saying that if anyone gives this band 5 stars, then they haven't been into death metal that long. I have not been into death-metal that long, this is true, BUT at the same time, I have heard many death metal bands when I wasn't open to death-metal and I can say that none of them sound as good as Goremageddon. And I PROUDLY give this album 5 stars, no regrets.
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Amazing Death Grindgore Metal. Very melodic and brutallll. The first song i heard was The Saw and the Carnage done and became my favorite Grindgore band. If there heavy ass riffs dont whet your appetite then there lyrics will and the vocals provided by Sven are amazing, from the low groans to the screams for feeding. Lyric wise it is what you'd expect from a band called aborted, gorrrrre. They even throw in some audio clips of awesome horror movies which include Dead Alive, Evil dead and Day of the dead. It is everything you could want from a Grindgore metal band from Belgium, I really dont think it could get much better. Highly recommended, Haematobic and if you can find it "The Purity of Perversion"
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This is the best example of not judging a book by its cover. While the packaging of this album reminds me of a postmodern Mortician album cover, the actual music reached beyond any expectations I had. As previous reviewers have said, technical death metal & goregrind fans are in for a real treat. The musicianship is incredibly tight while remaining both brutal and melodic. Also the sound quality is crystal clear yet not over-produced. The only thing that needs a little work are the vocals which can get a bit annoying at times, but aren't to the point where they take anything away from the music.

Overall a great album and highly recommended for fans of Cryptopsy, Origin and Necrophagist. Also make sure to check out the newest release, The Haematobic EP which is even better than this!
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This is awesome. As far as gore goes, one of my favorite bands is Carcass. This right here is, to me, a faster, heavier Carcass. They even covered Carnal Forge on my version of the CD \m/

It reminds me of a faster, updated Necrotocism..even has the cool medical soundbites. I love it.
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The first time I listened to this cd, I knew I was in for one hell of a ride when I heard the opening to the first song: "The doctor....is in." In case you've been living under a rock for the past 2 decades, that is a quote from my favorite gore-fest movie of all time: Hellraiser II.
But, this review is not about Hellraiser II. This review is about Aborted. This is some of the most technical death/gore/grind metal I've ever heard. The songs have a perfect structure, the vocals are great. The recording is crystal clear. The guitars roar.
This is Death Metal, the way it was meant to be: sick, fast, and technical. Keep the scene alive! Support Aborted! 5/5
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The first album i heard from aborted was their ep title " haematobic" which i was blown away by their ability to play brutal and yet maintain a very melodic sound as well... Along with having sick lirycs that would make the weak of heart sick. It was about few months after, i knew i had to find another album by aborted and i sure did...Here comes "goremageddon" and its even better then their ep all together. Crystal clear production,sicker lirycs,faster music,original,one of a kind vocals and most of all? The best gore has to offer. A must've for any gore fan, out-there. My recommendations!!
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While I don't agree with the lyrical content, I can forgive that for how unbelievably brutal and heavy this band is. It is absolutely extreme. From beginning to end this band never misses a beat, never lets up, and stops for no one. Aborted is one of the most extreme bands on the planet, and deathmetal fans, especially Cryptopsy fans, should check these guys out.
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Brutal. That is simply the best word to describe the third full-length album by Belgium's Aborted, 2003's "Goremageddon." There's also no label that is more fitting for this album than Listenable Records, as it is an unholy blend of gore metal, grindcore, death-grind, technical death metal, and even a tiny bit of melodeath that is comparable to the likes of Carcass (both newer and latter day), Exhumed, Brutal Truth, Cryptopsy (circa 1998's "Whisper Supremacy"), and Cannibal Corpse. The result is an uncompromisingly calamitous, mind numbing cacophony of raw, abrasive production, great, ferocious riffs, insanely fast, skull-cracking blast beats, deep, adherent, sludgy grooves, ripping guitar solos, and torturous, guttural vocals that usually verge on the classic gore-grind pig-squeal style. And, of course, with a name like Aborted, you can expect the lyrics to be every bit as brutal as the music (think along the lines of subject matter like eating mutilated bodies, and doctors mutilating and twisting his patients' bodies, and you'll get the gist.)

The songs on "Goremageddon" do become a bit same-y sounding, but they definitely wreak more-than-enough carnage and devastation to take up that slack. After beginning with a creepy horror-movie sample (someone declares "the doctor is in"), opener "Meticulous Invagination" sets the album's tone immediately by tearing the listener's head off with a crushing deluge of monstrous, grinding riffs, pummeling drums, grumbling bass notes, skin-crawling shrieks, and a good, melodic solo. "Parasitic Flesh Resection" keeps the ball rolling with ridiculous, jackhammering blast beats throughout.
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