More cohesive and powerful than its predecessor, "The Necrotic Manifesto" will certainly not disappoint Aborted's fanbase. Blistering tracks like "The Extirpation Agenda" or "Coffin upon Coffin" show that the band's deathgrind formula is sharper than ever.
I feel like ABorted went for a more simplistic approach this time around, leaving out their more atmospheric elements. In a typical Aborted fashion the album is fast, aggressive, and ultimately, fun. However it doesn't offer the same exciting mix of bone-shattering songs with more "focused" atmospheric tracks.