Aborted Release Live Video for “Fallacious Crescendo”


If you’re anything like us, you’re anxiously awaiting this year’s Devastation on the Nation tour, which features a lineup just as packed with death metal madness as ever: Aborted, Psycroptic, Ingested, Disentomb, Arkaik, Venom Prisonm, Signs of the Swarm (half tour) and Vale of Pnath (half tour). Maybe you’ve even already entered our DOTN contest, in which we’re giving away an ESP guitar to one lucky winner and a pair of tickets to EVERY stop on the tour.

The tour’s start is still three weeks away, but here’s a little something to whet your appetite until then: a new music video from Aborted! The clip for “Fallacious Crescendo” — from 2017’s Bathos EP — is a live affair shot during the band’s appearance at the famous Wacken Open Air in Germany last year, so it’s as appropriate a teaser for the upcoming tour as any. I saw Aborted on this past winter’s 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise, and shew, let me tell you, these guys are still TIIIIIIIGHT as fuck! They sound every bit as good live as they do on record, maybe even better.

Watch the new clip below. Aborted just wrapped up recording their next album TerrorVision which will come out September 22nd. Tour dates underneath the video embed; tickets are on sale now.

5/25 – Brooklyn, NY The Kingsland
5/26 – Montreal, QC L’Astral
5/27 – Ottawa, ON Mavericks/Café Dekcuf
5/29 – Kent, OH The Outpost (moved from The Foundry in Lakewood)
5/30 – Detroit, MI Harpos Concert Theatre
5/31 – Joliet, IL The Forge
6/01 – Kansas City, MO The Riot Room
6/02 – Denver, CO The Roxy Theater
6/03 – Salt Lake City, UT Metro Music Hall
6/05 – Vancouver, BC Rickshaw Theater
6/06 – Seattle, WA Studio Seven
6/07 – Portland, OR The Analog Theater
6/08 – Berkley, CA Cornerstone *Bay Area Death Fest*
6/09 – Los Angeles, CA 1720
6/10 – Mesa, AZ Club Red
6/13 – Fort Worth, TX Tomcats West
6/14 – Austin, TX Come And Take It Live
6/15 – McAllen, TX Yerberia Cultura
6/16 – Houston, TX Houston Underground (moved from Walters)
6/17 – Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
6/20 – Durham, NC Motorco Music Hall
6/21 – Baltimore, MD Soundstage
6/22 – Waterford, NY Chrome
6/23 – Pittsburgh, PA Rex Theater

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