"Inertia is the kind of record that the present day metal scene needs more of... It reflects upon the musicians in an honest and powerful way, and frankly, leaves any listener simply begging for more. Beneath Dead Waves understand heavy metal, and by Thor does that make them good!"
Two Guys Metal Reviews
"Beneath Dead Waves aggressive and fast-paced soundtrack will surely please metal fans and will certainly serve to inspire an electric response during future live performances... Inertia hits home with whirlwind blends of violent and varied guitar riffs, dissonant chord blasts and high-flying solo sweeps, merging together with a rhythm section of driving bass guitar and intricate and exciting outbursts of hammering percussion... there's a haunting quality to Draper's voice that delivers an impressive blow."
"Eight songs of aggression, talent and a sound that will get those neck muscles aching with a constant banging of the head"
"Beneath Dead Waves are a prime example of the determination and hard work that bands are still putting into music these days; proof that the music scene is far from dead, as some may believe it to be."
Onslaught Radio 8.5/10
"What a great debut from this new UK band! Manically technical yet with a strong focus on great grooves and atmosphere when needed... Yet another awesome debut for 2014!"
Prog Metal Zone
"Who isn't up for some aggression in their metal? But this shows that they can go further, and do more than just deafen you... I have listened to this album a number of times now, and each time the melodies crawl out from behind the barrage, and I hear a little bit more each time. This body of work does not want to lie down or stay calm, and it is obvious time and effort has gone into it."
"Inertia is a strange beast, a mix of hyper sophisticated musical composition cleverly crafted and versed in deep sadness, maturated with a spontaneous savage burst of juvenile angst."
"Overall, 'Inertia' is a great album from a band that sound like they have much more to come. It's really melodic, which clashes brilliantly against the organised chaos that is going around it."