Frozen Inertia was founded in 1998 by Timothy Graves and Brad Palmer. Their first album, 'The First Of The Fifth' was released in 2004. It was a collection of songs about the artists past five years experiencing life in the surroundings of Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, Ohio, and Virginia. The album 'Miss Steak' was released in 2006.
'The Frozen Inertia Ensemble' was released in 2009. It featured a cover version of King Of The Mountain. It was followed by 'Thirties!' (2012), a collection of 30 tracks of 33 seconds - plus three bonus tracks. The self-titled 'Frozen Inertia' album followed in 2016.
- Frozen Inertia. CDBaby, retrieved 30 August 2018.