Grenoble/Chambéry/Lyon, France


  • Axel : Guitar/Vocals
  • Pess: Guitar
  • Matt: Drums
  • OYC: Bass

Innerty sees the light of day in January 2003.
After the departure of their first bass player, the band will play as a trio for a few years before meeting OYC, tour bass player of The Ocean and singer/bass player in several other acts.

Influenced by bands ranging from the devastating chaos of The Dillinger Escape Plan or Sikth, the rythmic creativity of Meshuggah or Tool, to the overwhelming athmospheres of Isis and Neurosis; Innerty shape their very own personnality with a well balanced melting pot of death metal, hardcore, jazz, prog-rock and electronic ambiant, with solid, complex grooves and structures.

After a good 7 years on the roads, 2 self released EPs and a few compilation appearances (The Apparatus Mecha Organa being the last one), Innerty's first album, Tabula Rasa, will be relased sometime during the fall of September 2011.


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Tabula Rasa Full-length
unsigned January 19, 2012


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This album is brilliant, it will certainly be an highlight of the year. One truely experimental band, technodeath/djent mixed with jazz/fusion, a fretless bass that stands out on its own, great diversity in vocals.