April 13: Aborym To Release New Vinyl Trilogy Something for Nobody  


Aborym is a band that has continuously been ahead of the game. With a career span of over 25 years, they firstly established themselves as pioneers in the Extreme Industrial Metal genre, setting new landmarks for them as well as for other activists in the Extreme Metal scene, and over the last few years shifting to a more Industrial Rock Metal environment while putting more emphasis on their Industrial landscapes, entering a new era in the exploration of Industrial music in an effort that cannot be made more clear with their latest output SHIFTING.negative.
F. "Fabban" Giannese and his collaborators have been working on a series of recordings in their own sound laboratory Synthesis Studio under supervision of sound engineer Andrea Corvo. Fabban was also personally commissioned by director Raffaele Picchio to compose the score of his latest project Sakrifice's Something for Nobody, produced by Riccardo de Flaviis, that will be part of the Sangue Misto series.
This resulted in a series of exclusive new works and remixes and a 3-part soundtrack to be released as a 3-volume vinyl set under the title Something for Nobody, with each volume to be released throughout the year and with volume 1 featuring valuable collaborations and guests with artists such as Keith Hillebrandt (Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, U2, Useful Noise, among others), Angela Martyr, Deflore and Luciano Lamanna.
This a gift from the band to the die-hard fans, a celebration of 25 years of relentless sonic transgression, furthermore an experiment that will satisfy the most adventurous of listeners.
Something for Nobody Vol. 1 is set for release on a date yet to be confirmed.


1. Something for Nobody Pt.1
2. For a Better Past (Deconstruction mix by Keith Hillebrandt)
3. You Can't Handle the Truth (Evil Dub Deconstruction by Deflore)
4. Deathwish (Angela Martyr - Ecstasy Under Duress Remix by Aborym)
5. Farwaysai (Keith Hillebrandt - Inertia Remix by Fabban, Aborym)
6. Mastica Me (Deflore - Digitalis Ambigua Remix by Aborym)


  September 8: Aborym Unveils SHIFTING.negative Cover, Tracklisting and Guest Musicians  


Aborym has revealed an impressive list of names behind their upcoming seventh album, SHIFTING.negative, along with the full trackilsting and cover made by French artist David Cragne (Asymetric Entity).
The new album has been engineered by Emiliano Natali (Fear No One Studios), Teo Pizzolante (Braingasm Lab) and Luciano Lamanna (Subsound Studios). In the nearest future it will be mixed and mastered by Grammy-award winning Marc Urselli, at Eastside Sound Studios (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Mike Patton).
Guido Elmi (Vasco Rossi's legendary producer and manager) has been revealed as the post-production sound supervisor behind SHIFTING.negative. Fabban commented:

"We are working with a real professional, a true legend, probably our biggest fan and a great friend. Please join us in welcoming Mr. Guido Elmi. No need to say Guido is Vasco Rossi’s producer and manager over the past 30 years and he has worked as a producer with dozens of artists including Stadio, Skiantos, Gaznevada, Steve Rogers Band, Clara & Black Cars and many others. Today he's also a singer and songwriter".

SHIFTING.negative was recorded with the following line-up:
- Fabban (founder): programming, modulars, synth and vocals
- Dan V (multi-instrumentalist): guitars and bass
- Davide Tiso (Niō, Gospel of the Witches, ex-Ephel Duath): guitars
- Stefano Angiulli: synths and keyboards

Aborym's ranks also include longtime band’s associate RG Narchost, who's also a live musician for the band.

There's also a long list of guest musicians involved in the album, most noticeably Sin Quirin, of Ministry's fame, but there are also other contributors:
- Ricktor (The Electric Hellfire Club)
- Pier Marzano (Koza Noztra)
- Andrea Mazzucca (drummer)
- Victor Love (Dope Stars Inc., Victor Love), Cain Cressall (The Amenta) and Nicola Favaretto N-ikonoclast (vocalists).
- Greg Watkins (Static of Masses, Order Sixty Six) and Luciano Lamanna: modular synths
- Kelly Bogues (Zogthorgven): additional ambient noise
- Joel Gilardini (The Land of the Snow, Mulo Muto, Black Machineries): additional treated guitars, electronics and (d)ronin
- Ben Hall (Silent Eretic): power-electronics
- Tor Helge Skei (Manes): ambient-electronics
- Youko Heidy: experimental noise and FX
- Leja Siv Harju: Going New Places' lyrics

1. Unpleasantness
2. Precarious
3. Decadence in a Nutshell
4. 10050 Cielo Drive
5. Slipping Through the Cracks
6. You Can't Handle the Truth
7. For a Better Past
8. Tragedies for Sales
9. Going New Places
10. Big H

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