A long-overdue vinyl reissue of Abigail’s fourth studio album from 2005, and an album dedicated to the memory of Kurt Struebing of NME. “Ultimate Unholy Death” represents a milestone in Abigail’s evolution from a more traditionally-defined black metal band to one that began infusing elements of thrash and metal punk, in a similar vein to that of Motörhead, to achieve a sexually-depraved and alcohol-soaked sound that has become its current trademark.
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This is the most personally appealing piece of music I have run into in a long time - from the beautiful lyrics and art and the crushing, non pretentious gorgeous heavy music. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, crushing - are there are other words? Gorgeous, exquisite.... sock4never