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Exclusive: Tech-Death Supergroup ABHORRENT Show Us "The Elegance Of Asymmetry"

Abhorrent are a group that are going to be new to many people's ears, although most of us have already heard many of the talented groups that their members play in. The core of the band is main composer and guitarist Marlon Friday, who also plays in well known blackened grindcore terrorists Absvrdist. Who made a big splash in 2012 with their record Illusory. A big part of what brought that record to people's attention was the contributions and name recognition of well known drummer Lyle Cooper. Who many people know from his time in The Faceless and his performances on Planetary Duality and Autotheism.  Which makes it all the more awesome to mention that Lyle Cooper drums for Abhorrent as well on Intransigence. The band is then supplemented by bassist extraordinaire Erlend Cassperson who plays in Spawn Of Possession. Rounding out their eye-popping line-up is vocalist Nick Brown who adds plenty of venom to Intransigence.

We are proud to be able to premiere a new song from this monstrous record which is called "The Elegance Of Asymmetry".  The song wastes no time in showcasing the exceptional talents of all their members in twisted and complicated fashion. It's a fast and furious bloodbath of a track, yet it allows occassionally brutal and dissonant detours to break up the overall  hyper-active onslaught. As if all that wasn't enough, "The Elegance Of Asymmetry" also features a guest vocal spot by Trevor Strnad of Black Dahlia Murder fame. Abhorrent- Intransigence comes out November 20th through Willowtip Records. You can pre-order a copy at Bandcamp and follow the band on Facebook.

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