Inquisition was a hardcore punk band from Richmond, Virginia. They significantly influenced the local scene, and several members went on to form other seminal bands such as Strike Anywhere, River City High, and Ann Beretta.
The band was formed in 1991 when the members were still in high school. In early 1992 the original bass player, Leer Baker, left the band and was eventually replaced by Rob Huddleston. They recorded their first full-length album, Broken Songs, and appeared on several 7 inch records and compilations. Their most well-known recording, Revolution, I Think It's Called Inspiration, was released in early 1996 on Pop A Wheelie Records.
Their final show was on September 8th, 1996 at the Biograph Theatre in Richmond, Virginia with AFI and the Pee Tanks.
*Thomas Barnett (vocals) *Mark Avery (guitar) *Rob Huddleston (bass, vocals, 1992-1996) *Russ Jones (drums) *Leer Baker (bass, 1991-1992)
*Broken Songs *Revolution, I Think It's Called Inspiration (Pop A Wheelie Records, 1996) *Revolution, I Think It's Called Inspiration (re-release) (A-F Records, 2005)
|origin||Richmond, Virginia, USA|
|music genre|| Hardcore punk|
|current members||Thomas Barnett (musician)|