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Inner Surge

Canada’s Inner Surge were founded in Calgary in 2001 by vocalist and guitarist Steve Moore, who all also played a sufficient amount of bass and drums to create and record the project’s debut record, Solus Verum, simply by himself. Seen as a an unusual combination of heavy metal, commercial and digital music, hip-hop, and specific Eastern tastes (his vocals have become reminiscent of Program of a Down’s Serj Tankian), the album’s eclectic noises and politics lyrics established the build for Internal Surge’s frequent participation in activist causes, and concerts such as for example Rock and roll Against Racism 2002. In 2004, Moore fleshed out the music group with guitarists Rob Spencer and Scott Taylor, bassist Jason Rees, and drummer Bryan Sandau before getting into Calgary’s Organic Noises Studios to record the sophomore Matrika record, and his maverick heart and thought-provoking music continuing to pay out dividends on Internal Surge’s third LP, Indicators Screaming, released in 2006 and offering fresh bassist Jim Fernandes.

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