Hailing from just outside Melbourne in almighty Geelong, Insygnia began their days in mid 2011, originally starting as a side project while members were concentrating on other bands. The 5 guys had a love for the alternative heavy bands such as Karnivool, The Butterfly Effect, Seether and wanted to create their own fresh interpretation of the genre while not becoming another carbon copy.
Paul Meddings - Vocals | Nathan Lipsys - Guitar | Stuart Caldwell - Guitar | Adrian Tricnhera - Bass | Daniel Fusella - Drums
Recording started in late 2011 and prgressed slowly while striving towards perfection. Quality not quantity was the adopted moto. Although recording officially finished in 2013, it has taken until now to completely finish the debut EP Signs. Insygnia are now ready to unleash on the world an EP that will transform the music scene.
At the time Geelong was a breeding ground for this style of music with other bands such as The White Room and The Greeting Method setting a high standard for which Insygnia quickly reached. Crowds that attend a show qucikly realise why Insygnia is the buzz word in the live circuit. Having had the fortune of playing alongside other such awesome bands including The Getaway Plan, Jerrico, Tread and Bellusira to a name a few, no beginners to a big stage and epic crowds, the hunger only continues to grow.
With guitarist Matt Biscombe moving on and Stuart Caldwell taking his place, the Insygnia sound has continued to develop into a complex monster that evolves with each new song produced. Always wanting to be a bit different, the band are constantly looking for new ways to reach audiences and create sounds and ideas that have yet to be developed. Whether it's in the studio working on recording new material or their live performances, this band is always looking to take it to the next level.
Now with the EP finally out there, the band will be working hard to promote and continue buiding their live reputation. New material is already underway and the guys are keen to hit the studio once again for a big follow up.