Aborym were originally formed in Taranto, in 1992, by Fabban, then bassist in Funeral Oration and keyboardist for Memory Lab.
The band started out as a covers band, playing the likes of Sepultura, Rotting Christ and Sodom, amongst others. Along with Alex Noia (guitars) and Mental Siege (drums), Fabban recorded the first Aborym demo, the five-track "Worshipping Damned Souls", in 1993.
The band split-up shortly afterwards, with Fabban pursuing his other project, Funeral Oration. Fabban, however, reformed the band in 1997, in Rome, with a new line-up containing Yorga SM on vocals and Davide Totaro Sethlans on guitars, who recorded Aborym's second demo ("Antichristian Nuclear Sabbath") that same year.
In 1999, the band struck a deal with the Italian Scarlet Records to release their first full-length album, "Kali Yuga Bizarre".
In 2001, Aborym released their second album, "Fire Walk with Us!", with Csihar fulfilling vocal duties.
2003 saw Aborym release "With No Human Intervention" through Code666 in Europe and Mercenary Musik/WEA/Arista in the United States.
In 2006,Aborym signed with a bigger label in the form of Season of Mist to release their fourth record, "Generator". The band underwent further line-up changes: Csihar was replaced by Preben "Prime Evil" Mulvik, previously of Mysticum and Amok, and for the first time the band employed a human drummer in the form of Bård G. Eithun, ex-drummer with Emperor.
In 2010, Aborym became a trio: Fabban, Bård G. Eithun and new guitarist Paolo Pieri and announced that the title of the fifth album was to be "Psychgrotesque"
On October 2012, Aborym entered Fear No One studios to record their sixth album "Dirty".
By September 2016, a new Aborym album titled "SHIFTING.negative" will be completed.