Tag: Abstractian

NEWS: Abstractian study the periodic table?

Two years after “Box Of Frogs (Poison)” surfaced the return of Abstractian has been sealed with “Argon“. That just so happens to be the first single from an unexpected 4th July releasing new album titled “Sharpened Hearts“. Wait. That’s in just a few days time? No waterfall release of singles? What’s going on here? They’re

NEWS: Abstractian search for cracks of light?

Lovers of Metal with diversity who believe that variety is the spice of life, Abstractian (pronounced Ab-stract-ee-an) delivered us a curious debut album in “Box of Frogs (Poison)” twelve months ago and while for obvious reasons it may not have got the accompanying live shows it deserved, there is still plenty more life in the

Listmania: New Years Day Honours List 2021!

We reached a lot of milestone markers in the success of Metal Noise in 2021 and while we weren’t able to bring you anywhere near as many live reviews as we’d hoped for or any summer Festival coverage (for obvious reasons), there were some real bucket list moments chalked off, including our fly on the

Exclusive Interview: Abstractian talk writing and recording!

Last weekend we brought you the first of two exclusive interviews with Abstractian (pronounced Ab-stract-ee-an) about their debut album “Box Of Frogs (Poison)” so now it’s time for the second. This time out it all about the writing and recording with the need for isolation meaning file sharing over the internet…

Exclusive Interview: Abstractian talk “Box Of Frogs (Poison)”!

Eccentric, ecclectic and madder than a box of frogs, the debut full length album from science fiction loving apocalyptic wasteland dwellers Abstractian (pronounced Ab-stract-ee-an) is really good fun with more plot twists than the finest of thrillers. After reviewing the album we had a few burning questions so here are the answers in the first

Review: “Box of Frogs (Poison)” by Abstractian

A box is full of poisonous frogs from a laboratory in a bleak future where the Earth is but an apocalyptic wasteland depicted in glorious technicolor in the cover art is the first thing that you might see from Abstractian (pronounced Ab-stract-ee-an), a science fiction moment that plays on the bands love of the genre