Strata got their begin in suburban San Jose around 2000. After that called Drawback, the quartet — vocalist Eric Victorino, guitarist Ryan Hernandez, bassist Hrag Chanchanian, and drummer Adrian Robison — began playing out often, and by 2001 acquired self-released an LP. AN ONLINE release followed. Travels with homeboys like Alien Ant Plantation and Dredg elevated Strata’s stock, and even though many labels showed curiosity within their post-grunge grooves (comparable to types like Trapt as well as Hoobastank), the music group eventually agreed upon with mondo-successful startup Wind-Up. Their generally self-produced, eponymously entitled debut made an appearance in July 2004. Presents the finish of the Globe followed 3 years afterwards. The trio spent another two years composing music while touring the U.S. and U.K., after that returned going to the studio room and record Strata Presents the finish of the Globe, released in July 2007. In 2008, after Victorino announced he previously left the music group, Strata known as it per day. Victorino continued to create the electronic-pop duo the Limousines while Hernandez and Robison produced the group Beta Condition.