Origin: Brazil
Genres: Thrash Metal
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Abhorrent  


Brazil's Abhorrent formed back in 1988, though it would be eight long years before their first album, Rage, was released. Featuring a style close to prime Destruction with vocals along the lines of Max Cavalera during his Sepultura days, Rage benefitted from a surprisingly clear production and is quite recommended to thrash fans. Five years and several lineup changes later, their second album album was released, and in 2003 they are still active, working on a new album and due to appear on a compilation of Brazilian bands.

Current Members

Robson Aldeoli

vocals

Leandro Soares

guitars

Fábio Marreco

guitars

Maurício Jr.

bass

Gabriel Teykal

drums

Former Members/Guests

Marcus Vireoli

guitars

Hudson Andre

guitars

Ricardo Thomaz

guitars

Fabricio Cinelli

drums

Carlos Fibrian

drums

(lineup unknown)

other (Agony Column, Bow Wow, Oathean, Paramaecium, Rorschach Test, Sacred Sin, Sacrilege, Speedealer, Strangulation, Swan Christy, Thrust, Trespass, Turbo, Violent Work Of Art, Wild Dogs, Wolves In The Throne Room)


Discography



Rage 
1996 independent
  1. Intro
  2. Let Me Live
  3. Eternal Doubt
  4. Blood On Your Lips
  5. No Chance
  6. Prelude Of The End
  7. The Witch
  8. One Step
  9. Face Of Terror
  • Robson Aldeoli
  • Marcus Vireoli
  • Ricardo Thomaz
  • Fabricio Cinelli

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos 



Caution Strong Irritant 
2001 independent
  1. Answer
  2. Nailpoint
  3. Grief
  4. Growing Coward
  5. God Little Man
  6. Rejected
  7. Malpractice
  8. Beg For Mercy
  9. Family
  10. Another Chance
  11. Tarantula's Curse
  • Robson Aldeoli
  • Marcus Vireoli
  • Hudson Andre
  • Leandro Soares
  • Carlos Fibrian




(EP) Catharsys 
2007 independent
  1. Catharsys
  2. Never
  3. The End
  4. Oceans Of Hate
  5. Open Your Mind
  6. Senda
  7. Set It Free
  • (lineup unknown)


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