Artist info

Genre

Metal, Rock


Sounds like

Polaris, Architects , The Plot In You, Underoath


band members

Julian Latouche, Mark Williamson, Jesse Radloff, Oliver Smith, Jay Cusack


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Pridelands


Bio

Ever since their 2017 EP “Unlearn,” Sydney post-hardcore/metalcore band INERTIA have been busy making a name for themselves. The self-produced debut EP landed them the #4 spot on the iTunes metal charts and regular airtime on Triple J’s Short.Fast.Loud. Continuing their DIY ethic and with new vocalist Julian Latouche (Oh/Villain) in tow, the band followed it up with the new single “Into The Grey” along with their debut music video. These releases have turned heads in the alternative music scene and their streams on Spotify reflect their growing fanbase.
Having shared the stage with some of their favourite acts such as Dream On Dreamer, Ocean Grove, Void of Vision, Story Of The Year (US) and The Getaway Plan, Inertia continue putting their all into their live performances, living up to the vocal prowess and exciting instrumentation they have on record.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

02 Apr 2020

Triple J
40

oh yesss, after a few listens whenever either of you sing 'do you think of meeeee' bit i get so jacked up. brilliant stuff team and when it gets hectic around halfway it works so well.

oh yesss, after a few listens whenever either of you sing 'do you think of meeeee' bit i get so jacked up. brilliant stuff team and when it gets hectic around halfway it works so well.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

02 Apr 2020

Triple J
45

Hard to know where to start with Reminisce - is it the huge vocal performance from Julian, Lizi's guest spot, those impressive guitar runs or the searing breakdowns? It all comes together in a [beautiful] monumentally big way. This one's fully formed.

Hard to know where to start with Reminisce - is it the huge vocal performance from Julian, Lizi's guest spot, those impressive guitar runs or the searing breakdowns? It all comes together in a [beautiful] monumentally big way. This one's fully formed.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

06 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

no doubting inertia here who are ready for battle.

no doubting inertia here who are ready for battle.