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Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Interview with 'Inertia', 21 Feb 2010

You first formed in anno '92, what were the other two names you used to operate under, I'm intrigued ?

Reza:We started as “Black Metal Jesus”, the went on to “Mutagenic”, was OK for a while but then I parted with the other members and renamed the band Inertia.. and it stuck.

Before you debut MLP, was there any demo material released, and what was the early feedback like ?

Reza: We had a demo tape which was released under Black Metal Jesus called “Funk Out”.. was very limited though, probably sold about 100 copies or so. But then when I renamed the band Inertia, I re-recorded some of those tracks from “Funk Out” and added a few new ones, which became the Infiltrator EP.

'Infiltrator' was released in June '95, how was the first reactions, and did you learn anything from its creation ?

Reza: The initial reaction was amazing, especially as it was released on a German label, Celtic Circle Productions. It was the first time we had exposure in Europe and extremely positive for us. We were asked to play shows in places like Germany, Switzerland and Belgium as an immediate response to Infiltrator’s release.

Your first show followed in SEP '95, what can you remember from this event, were there any weird moments ?

Reza: Actually, I see our first show has happening in 1992, even though we went through different name changes,it was still the same project. Our first show as Inertia was in 1994, which was great as we had a quite decent following under the other names anyway.. so it was a continuation really.. Our shows have always been fun and enjoyable for me.

Do your lyrics follow any particular set theme, or path ?

Reza: No, not really.. just whatever is going through my mind at a given time.

Who would you say your greatest influences are ?

Reza: I have wide array of influences.. Elvis Presley, Depeche Mode, Cabaret Voltaire, Stray Cats, Sparks, Nitzer Ebb.. to name a few

As the years have gone on with many great releases to boot.Do you automatically embrace new technology, or prefer to follow old school techniques ?

Reza: I love the new technology, as it makes it easier for me to record and produce ideas on the whim.You don’t have to think about hooking up all kinds of equipment. Just switch on the computer and away you go... Before you had hire a studio, buy tapes… and editing was a lot more difficult back then.!

If you could re-address any of your past releases, which would it be ?

Reza: I am happy with all of them.. they are a statement of our history throughout the years, learning our craft.

With the Goth / Industrial, scene come great visual images.Do you like to have a particular style of dress upon the stage ?

Reza: Nothing particular.. we are all very different dress wise and express that on stage individually.

Youre playing the Slimelight in early March, what can I expect as a newcomer ?

Reza: A hard hitting energetical show!

Lastly but surely, you have a new LP, coming out very soon. How did things go, and doe's it differ fom the other releases ?

Reza: It’s different because it’s a covers album, it’s called “Kloned”. Something we’ve always wanted to do over the years and finally got round to doing it!

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1 comment:

  1. Another great band! Will get some stuff on CD after I saw them live.


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