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Tag Archives: The Human Abstract

Here’s what From First to Last with Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo sounds like

Posted by on November 24, 2014

From First to Last hasn’t released a new album since 2010’s Throne to the Wolves. Since then, they’ve reformed without onetime vocalist Sonny Moore, who’s been busy with his own project as Skrillex. In his place is Periphery vocalist Spencer Sotelo, and while he’s got his own thing happening with Periphery, he’s stated that he’ll remain […]

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The Human Abstract guitarist AJ Minette’s new project Nobel out today

Posted by on September 23, 2014

We’ve written about former The Human Abstract guitarist AJ Minette’s new chamber pop project, Nobel, before. Today their EP, The Rivers Rise, was released. It’s decidedly not metal, but certainly worth a listen if you’re interested in hearing what Minette’s been up to.

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Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo joins From First to Last as new vocalist

Posted by on April 7, 2014

From First To Last, who many know as the band that spawned both Skrillex (Sonny Moore) and Travis Richter, who sang with The Human Abstract, promised a lot of surprises when it came to their Kickstarter-funded comeback EP. They’re definitely delivering on that front. In a video announcement posted on Alternative Press, guitarists Matt Good and […]

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Human Abstract guitarist unveils new project, Nobel

Posted by on February 14, 2014

The Human Abstract’s guitarist, A.J. Minette, left the band after their album Nocturne, to go back to music school and learn classical guitar before rejoining the band for Digital Veil. His neo-classical fingerprints were all over that album, but the band’s been on hiatus since 2012. Now Minette is back with another project, Nobel. Earlier today, the […]

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Audio Of Travis Richter’s Audition For The Human Abstract Online

Posted by on June 15, 2012

AltPress is streamingTravis Richter’s audition for The Human Abstract. The 2009 performance of him singing “Vela, Together We Await the Storm” (originally on their 2006 debut, Nocturne) led to him joining the band for 2011’s Digital Veil.

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Unsigned & Streamed: Red Seas Fire

Posted by on May 2, 2012

Why should major label bands be the only ones who get love? Unsigned & Streamed is a column where we stream a song from an unsigned band we at Metal Insider really dig. This week, we’re excited to expose the UK based group Red Seas Fire. You may actually recognize their guitarist Adam “Nolly” Getgood, who has filled […]

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Wes Borland Hates Dream Theater, But Loves The Human Abstract

Posted by on April 23, 2012

If you have been following the Twitter-sphere recently, then you probably know that Wes Borland has been ruffling a lot of prog metal fans’ feathers. More specifically, the Limp Bizkit guitarist took to his Twitter account this past weekend to express his hate for Dream Theater. In fact, Borland even went as far as to […]

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Unsigned & Streamed: Corelia

Posted by on March 21, 2012

Why should major label bands be the only ones who get love? Unsigned & Streamed is a new column where we stream a song from an unsigned band we at Metal Insider really dig. This week, we’re excited to shine a light on Corelia from San Diego, CA. Fans of The Human Abstract may actually […]

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Unsigned & Streamed: Art By Numbers

Posted by on February 29, 2012

Why should major label bands be the only ones who get love? Unsigned & Streamed is a new column where we stream a song from an unsigned band we at Metal Insider really dig. This week, we’re excited to put a spotlight on Fresno, CA’s Art By Numbers. This five piece band has quickly made […]

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Textures Give Video Recap Of Tour

Posted by on February 9, 2012

2011 proved to be a pretty good year for the Dutch group Textures. Not only did they impress many (including us) with their fourth album Dualism, but also made a big impression while on tour with Periphery, The Human Abstract and The Contortionist. And now the band has released a podcast video chronicling their ever […]

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