Did you hear the new album Amnesia already? Do it! There are few reviews on it. Check it out.


Slovak Metal Army (SK) 10/10
Metalmania (SK) 4,5/6
Metalwinds (IT) 75/100
Headbangers Latinoamerica(ESP) 85/100
Fobiazine (CZ) 7/10
Metal Temple(EN) 8,5/10
Powermetal (DE)
Deadly Storm (EN + CZ)
Echoes zine (CZ)
Rockandall (CZ)

Also you can find a review + rating in last issues of SPARK and PARAT magazines in Czech Republic.

Album Amnesia is free to listen on our bandcamp profile or Spotify and many more.


InnerSphere’s Amnesia tour to the new album is done. Thank you all for supporting us a being a great crowd !! \m/ As you can see, there is a moment from the last gig in Pilsen, where the new CD was also baptised and played whole.

photo by: Jiří Platzer

 What will be now? We are actually working on new songs. There is a lot of stuff we made and gathered during last months, tour,… so we are focused on this right now.

Also the are a gigs to come and few great annoucments to be told in near future. Be ready to share it together. It are mostly concerts and tours to be published.

Meanwhile the new album AMNESIA was uploaded and published on various social media webs + BandCamp, Spotify, I-Tunes and many more. You can find it there, listen and enjoy it. If you want to support the band, you are always welcome to do so.




  Dear friends and fans of melodic death metal, heed well. Today, we are releasing de debut album of the Pilsen-based outfit INNERSPHERE, one of the most talented and most agile young acts on the Czech scene, which is entitled “Amnesia” and which serves as yet another example that good things take time. The genesis of this piece started already in the band founding year of 2015, when the first tracks for “Amnesia” took shape alongside the material for their debut EP. Songwriting, mainly in the hands of the guitarist and vocalist Míra Litomerický, lasted till mid-2017, whereby in January 2018, the band heads to The Barn Studio to start recording under the supervision of Dan Friml (MEAN MESSIAH). Another persona involved was the visual artist and organist Marek Pišl, who not only created the album art, but also played his organs in the “Asylum” song. The outcome of all involved is a fresh and dynamic melodic death metal piece that is however not afraid to absorb other influences, such as from thrash, black or heavy.


  Beside the optimal mix of metal styles, the album also offers a concept – a dark tale of self-sacrifice and painful purgatory in the name of one true love, which in fact echoes the finest traditions of the art movement of Romanticism, which in spite of its name pioneered horror and ruin especially in literature. So, if you dig authors such as Schlegel, Tieck, or E. T. A. Hoffman, then “Amnesia” is your soundtrack.
  Finally, some more prosaic matters to conclude with:
There are two music videos related to the album“Black Forest” from September 2017 and the current one “When the Empire Falls” that appeared this April. If you have not seen either one, be sure to check them out.
  Second, if you want to hear more, head on to the MarastMusic e-zine, wherein “Amnesia” is exclusively streamed in full!

  Finally, a reminder that INNERSPHERE will not neglect presenting the new songs live, as tomorrow starts their Amnesia Tour that will take around Czech Republic to Prague, Liberec, Brno, Ostrava, Spálené Poříčí, Mladá Boleslav, České Budějovice, concluding with a show on their home turf of Pilsen. Thus, if you are in the neighborhood, drop by to support them!

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The debut album “Amnesia” of INNERSPHERE is released by MetalGate Records in digipak format and is available now on MetalGate e-shop.