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"Inertia - The Dojo Sessions"

In August 2003 this four piece christian band released their first independent cd called "Today�s the day",that album was more like a worship album.

This four song EP we have here is more edgier modern rock,the cd kicks off with the best song "Better" which is a real fine melodic rock song with harmony vocals and a very memorable chorus. The second song is an acoustic driven rock song which
reminds me of a harder version of Jars of Clay,third song
"Deep calls unto deep" starts subtle like a ballad but continues
after a few secs as a heavy powerful piece of work.

The ballad "Awaken me" closes this EP,to sum it all up I must
say that musically and vocally it�s a good cd. I recommend you to check these guys out.


- Cor Jan Kat


Today's the Day (2002)
The Dojo Sessions EP (2005)


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Since its inception, Inertia has sought to redefine the Christian music paradigm with its edgy and honest lyrics and unique musical style. The band formed almost two and a half years ago through the amicable separation of HIS and released its debut album, the LP "Today's the Day" in August of 2003.

"Today's the Day" retained much of the contemporary worship style which HIS Band was rooted upon; and themes of corporate revival and personal struggle are present throughout the album. With the addition of bassist Jee Kim just prior to the album's finish, Inertia was already moving towards new musical possibilities, even as they released "Today's the Day".

Inertia's newest product, "The Dojo Sessions" is more focused than its previous contributions and offers a grittier, rockier sound. Growing in the last two years through hardship, and at times, intensive gigging - "Sessions" articulates an often sharp but hopeful perspective on life and examines renewal in light of revelation.

"The Dojo Sessions" EP, in part, reflects Producer Joel Burleson's (Ki:Theory) avant-garde style and Steve Van Dam's extensive musical experience. Much of "Sessions" emanates pointed vocals and anthemic guitar riffs - as driving bass rhythms and intricate drum beats run underneath. The band also demonstrates flexibility in its quieter and contemplative musings as in the album's third track, "Deep Calls Unto Deep".

"The Dojo Sessions" further pushes Inertia's vision of creating passionate music and encouraging an expansive outlook on what worship can be.

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