Interviews About Albums: Inferion - Inequity (2023)

In this new interview, we sat down with the American Extreme Metal band Inferion to ask some questions about their album "Inequity"

1. What can you say about this new album?

It's a change of direction into heavier territory. The artwork was done by Richard Vergez (who also did artwork for the band Torche and the Guardian News). It was mixed and mastered by Robert Kukla (Obsidian Studios & Studio Fredman). We started writing it in 2018. And wrote it mostly in Greenville South Carolina.

2. What is the meaning of the album name?

The word Inequity means a lack of justice. When we wrote it, it seemed an appropriate sentiment to dive deeper into. It's not intended to bring awareness to anything in particular, just kind of an angry commentary on inequity as a whole. Some of it was actually inspired by Charlie Chaplin's speech in the movie The Dictator.

3. Who is the composer of the album?

Ray Mitchell and Nick Reyes wrote a majority of the music. Frank Gross and Nick Reyes wrote the lyrics. But the entire band put it together and produced it.

4. If you had to pick one song, which one would you pick?

If it's for a desert island and I need a song that's going to motivate me to start a fire with coconuts and sea shells, Empty Heavens. If it's for a long journey through space traveling in and out of wormholes, Blood is Black in Moonlight.

5. Is there a special message in this album? If there is, what is it?

No special message other than "Listen to me" and "Be excellent to each other"

6. Are there some lyrics that you'd like to share?

Empty Heavens

I've yelled at the empty heavens. To tear down a sadistic God we made. In the rooms of depleted ether. The silence makes our minds go deaf.

Your Deity was created by an ancient man.

No more real than a fading dream.


It's pointless to debate with you.

In the name of every God

Atrocities are carried out.

Sophistry! Don't push this shit on me.

This is for the faithful who blindly believe. This is for the faithful without whom this couldn't be.

To step outside and live off of the air means I'm alive. To wrap it up in lies is a God damn crime I don't fear any God. Because I don't back down. No matter what the odds.

7. Which inspirations have been important for this album? Like musically or friends, family, someone you'd love to thank specifically?

The Twilight Zone, Garages, Axe FX iii's, At the Gates, Napalm Death, Colombian Food, Injustice, Nespresso pods, skateboards, and an excessive amount of stompbox pedals.

All of our families played big roles in the making of this album. They are excellent!

8. Something to add?

Thank you very much for your interest and support in our album. We really appreciate everything you do for metal. Inequity is out May 19 on Horror Pain Gore Death Productions. You can pre-order it at

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