Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Revulsed, Horde, Lightforce, Altera Enigma, Soundscape, Deliverance, Mortification, Teramaze, Fearscape, Beheadoth, Ninth Sphere, Unforsaken, Incarnate, Incursion, Generator, Where Shadows Lie, Inhumaine
InExordium was a death metal band that originated out of Melbourne, Victoria out of the continent of Australia. The band began in 1990 as the doom metal band Paramaecium, but in 2006, it decided to switch names and take a death metal approach.
InExordium began in 1990 as Paramaecium, out of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The band would change names in 2006, immediately following Paramaecium's final show in Olso, Norway. The band, consisting of Andrew Tompkins on Vocals and Bass, Jason De Ron on Guitars, and Jayson Sherlock on Drums. Shortly thereafter, the band would add on Peter Willmott of Fearscape on Guitars.
With the lineup, the band recorded their self-titled album, which would be released through Veridion Music. De Ron would depart after the release, with Chris Balassone taking over Guitars. In 2009, Balassone's position would be taken over by Sheldon D'Costa. In 2013, the project would officially disband. D'Costa and Sherlock would go on to form Revulsed.
Last Known Lineup
- Andrew Tompkins - Vocals, Bass (2006-2013)
- Peter Willmott - Guitars (2007-2013)
- Sheldon D'Costa - Guitars (2009-2013)
- Jayson Sherlock - Drums (2006-2013)
- Jason De Ron - Guitars (2006-2008)
- Chris Basallone - Guitars (2008-2009)
- InExordium (2008)
- ↑ "InExordium". Spirit of Metal. Retrieved on December 7, 2019.
- ↑ "InExordium". Last.fm. Retrieved on December 7, 2019.
- ↑ Giffin, Brian (May 4, 2015). "Encyclopedia of Australian Heavy Metal". Lulu.com. Retrieved on December 7, 2019.
- ↑ "inExordium". Discogs. Retrieved on December 7, 2019.
- ↑ Frick, Daniel (November 19, 2015). "Revulsed by Filth, Greed and Darkness". Eskapismus Konzertberichte. Retrieved on December 7, 2019.
- ↑ Beard, Mason (December 5, 2016). "Revulsed (ex-Mortification, ex-InExordium) begin working on sophomore release". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved on December 7, 2019.