Abiotic To Return With New Album, Reveal Tour With Cognitive And More


After having disbanded back in 2016, Abiotic have announced that they will return to active status this year with new music and touring. The band’s lineup has seen some new additions for this latest incarnation with Scale The Summit‘s Kilian Duarte joining on bass and Aaron Stechauner (The Faceless) taking over the drums. Speaking of their decision to return, the band’s guitarist John Matos commented:

“Stepping away for a couple of years wasn’t what we wanted, but it turned into being exactly what we needed. We’ve all been working on music over the last 3 years and have collaborated to put together my favourite record to date! Something for fans of both of our past albums, along with what we have evolved into.”

Their first tour back will find them out with Cognitive, God Of Nothing and Greylotus, here’s where you can catch it:

03/31 Boston, MA – Middle East Upstairs
04/01 Manchester, NH – Bungalow
04/02 Amityville, NY – Revolution Music Hall
04/03 Philadelphia, PA – The Barbary
04/04 Baltimore, MD – Sidebar
04/05 Washington, DC – The Pinch (no God Of Nothing/Greylotus)
04/07 Winston-Salem, NC – Ramkat
04/08 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
04/09 Orlando, FL – The Haven
04/11 Miami, FL – Churchill’s (Abiotic only)
04/13 Austin, TX – Texas Independence Fest (no God Of Nothing/Greylotus)

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