ABIOTIC Announces Tour Dates With Battlecross/Pittsburgh 12/19

“ABIOTIC definitely has the tools and musical intuition needed to join the very best bands the genre has to offer.”

-Metal Sucks

Last week saw the release of the debut Symbiosis from Miami, Florida’s ABIOTIC has been on Metal Blade Records. In support of the release, ABIOTIC will be going on tour this December with label mates Battlecross. The tour kicks off December 8th in Toledo, OH and runs through December 19th in Pittsburgh, PA. Following the tour, the band will be making an appearance at this year’s “Everything is Bigger in Texas” Festival scheduled for December 22nd in San Antonio, TX.

Symbiosis is available in special bundle packages and can be ordered HERE.

The five-piece group consists of vocalist Ray Jimenez, bassist Alex Vazquez, drummer Andres Hurtado and guitarists Matt Mendez and Johnathan Matos. In a short amount of time since the quintet’s inception in 2010, this ghoulish coterie has made a paramount impact in the death metal scene and support from the masses continues to grow. The band has released two singles and a seven song studio EP entitled A Universal Plague.

“Vermosapien”, the second track on the EP, has recently been featured on the quintet’s first music video, directed by Dan Drescher.

GuitarWorld.com is hosting a stream on the instrumental track “Hegira” HERE.

Symbiosis Tracklisting:
1. Metamorphilia
2. Vermosapien
3. A Universal Plague
4. To Burgeon and Languish
5. Hegira
6. Conquest of Gliese
7. The Singe
8. Exitus
9. Facades
10. The Graze of Locusts

Catch ABIOTIC Live:

With Battlecross:
12/8: Toledo, OH @ Frankie’s
12/9: Plainfield, IL @ Live 59
12/11: Peoria, IL @ The Brass Rail
12/12: St. Paul, MN @ Stationm 4
12/13: Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
12/14: St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
12/15: Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
12/16: Memphis, TN @ Newby’s
12/17: Richmond, VA @ Kingdom
12/18: Springfield, VA @ Empire
12/19: Pittsburgh, PA @ The Ironworks

12/22: San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit (Everything is Bigger in Texas Fest)