ABORYM Releases Music Video For “Bleedthrough”

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Electro-industrial metal titans ABORYM release a brand new music video for the track “Bleedthrough” off their latest release Dirty. The video was directed and filmed by Andrea Mazzucca and the Victorlab crew and features the model/actress Tanya Mishchenko. It can be viewed on YouTube below:

Fabban’s (vocals) mask used in the clip has been created by Monica Mangioni and Alice Siracusano.

“Bleedthrough” is a perfect example of band’s unique style: blistering riffage, unmistakably weird industrial wall, power screams and consolidated sonic madness combined in a form of an eye-popping videoclip. “Bleedthrough” is also the second video from band’s well-received sixth full-length recording. The first one, for the title track “Dirty”, can be viewed here.

Formed in 1992 by frontman Fabban, Aborym started life as a covers band and went through several transformations, eventually pioneering what the band calls hard-industrial-electro extreme metal. Today’s line up consists of Italians Fabban on vocals, bass and synths and Paolo Pieri (Hour Of Penance) on guitars, keyboards and programming, together with Norway’s Bard “Faust” Eithun (Blood Tsunami, Mongo Ninja, Emperor) on drums.

Featuring 16 new tunes in total, the latest album Dirty is available in digipack CD, gatefold LP and jewelcase CD formats via Agonia Records. There’s also a dedicated T-shirt in yellow and black colours, available at:

Victorlab can be found on-line at and at facebook.

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