Spanish rock band from Murcia, formed at the beginning of the year 2000 by Jesús Cobarro (vocals and guitar), Bienve Campoy (guitar), Helios Sánchez (bass guitar), Luis Pastor (keyboards, synthesizers) and Alejandro Garriga (drums). They recorded a demo, started to compete in talent contests and played live in various locations in the Spanish region of Murcia. In 2001 they participated in the two most important Murcian contests, the Creajoven and the Murcia Joven, obtaining the second place. Thanks to this prize, they were able to record new material, and in the next edition, both contests were presented and won.
It was then when they recorded the mini album 'Chaos, sweet chaos' and came out to play it on stages in Spain. Their tour concluded at the Biennial of young artists from Europe and the Mediterranean that was held in Athens, where they represented Spain in the Music section with No Neo, Hoax and Al-Mansur.
In 2005, they participated in two compilations: the first, a tribute to the group The Cure edited by El Diablo Records, the other being 'Mad Taste Vol. 2' (a compilation that the Festimad launches with songs of new groups that have been selected among all the demos received by the organization) in which the song 'Hyperbaton Pop' is included.
Their second album 'Locked Up In A Human Body' (2008) reflected an emotionally difficult time, with many moral dilemmas that give a dark tone to the album. Almost all the songs talk about inner struggles.
The collection 'Demos 2001-2005', released on Bandcamp in 2011, features a cover version of Wuthering Heights.
Their most recent released is 'Every Picture Of You Is When You Were Younger', released in 2016.
- About. Noise Box Facebook page, retrieved 15 October 2018.