Abbath is the self-titled debut album by Norwegian black metal band Abbath. It was released on January 22, 2016, through Season of Mist. It is the only album to feature drummer Creature before his departure in December 2015 and the only one to feature King Ov Hell before his departure in June 2018. The album is composed mostly of content that Abbath had originally prepared for the next Immortal album, which was ultimately never used for it following his departure from the band in 2015.
On March 14, 2019 they announced their second studio album Outstrider will be released on July 5, 2019 and a new line up that recorded the album and will perform live was revealed which included drummer Ukri Suvilehto, guitarist Raud and bassist Mia Wallace.
It was announced in early 2021 that Abbath was recording his third solo album, due out later that year. On January 12, 2022, Abbath announced the title of the album as Dread Reaver, due for release on March 25. "Dread Reaver" was produced by Endre Kirkesola, ABBATH, and Dag Erik Nygaard at Dub Studio in Kristiansand and Bergen Lydstudio, respectively. Kirkesola and Nygaard also engineered. Mixing was performed by ABBATH and Kirkesola, while the mastering was done by maestro Maor Appelbaum (FAITH NO MORE, HALFORD) at Maor Appelbaum Mastering in Los Angeles. The goal was to field a storming production that sat firmly at the crossroads of Abbath's heroes KISS, MOTÖRHEAD, MANOWAR and BATHORY. From the anthemic thrust of opener "Acid Haze" and the epic pound of "Dream Cull" to the rampaging "The Book Of Breath" and the wicked cover of "Trapped Under Ice", "Dread Reaver" sounds as massive as Norwegian mountain and as fiery as the depths of Hell. Truly, the recording lineup of Abbath (guitar, bass, vocals),Ukri Suvilehto (drums),Ole André Farstad (guitars) and Mia Wallace (bass) found their sonic muse.