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Insodox was birthed in West Chester, Pennsylvania by musician Blaize Collard in 2004. From 2004-2007 Blaize wrote and recorded 2 full length albums of original music.

The first ablum titled “2016”, is a concept album based off of the 2012 Apocalypse. This album includes popular live tracks “The Aftermath” and “A Chameleon Of Words.” “2016” was completed in the summer of 2007. The Second album was given the name “Melancholia” featuring the track “Aggressive.” This album explores the realms of nostalgia, depression, and the death of loved ones. “Melancholia” was finished in the late winter of 2007.

After “2016” and “Melancholia” were recorded, Blaize sought out instrumentalists to teach his songs to. The latest Insodox line-up (2008) consisted of Blaize Collard on drums, Cory Speroff on rhythm guitar, Alex Tooke on lead guitar, Dan Rotz on Bass, and Nick Popyack on vocals.

Throughout the first half of the 2008 year Insodox played local live shows as well as winning the 2008 Henderson High School Battle Of The Bands out of 7 bands. Blaize had also put together a Benefit Concert for Autism called Autistock, which featured 5 bands, including Insodox, which raised over $1500. The event benefited ASCEND, the Asperger Syndrome Alliance for Greater Philadelphia.

Since Autistock, Blaize has put the live playing on a hold as he prepares to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Blaize and Alex Tooke, who will be attending Boston University, have begun writing material for what will be the third album.

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  • WeCannotGoHome

    I've heard of this band, lists them as a band from the 70's out of Pennsylvania but they were so prog/cult that noone no from what town. Read somewhere that they just dissapeared off the face of the map in a tragic Ouija board incident. who knowz lozlzlzlzlz

    7 Dec 2008 Reply