The progressive instrumental rock band Yes,Inferno was formed in early 2009 within the smoldering confines of drummer Ernst Bredvad's garage space. A fusion of elements from various genres including progressive rock, jazz, post punk, and metal resulted in a sound that is not only unique but that also emphasizes each member’s musical origins. The band began as a quartet, with Bredvad on drums, Richard Garcia on guitar, Chris Saenz on bass, and Rey Hinojosa on keyboards. After months of live performances and two beautifully crafted demos, Hinohosa departed from his position as keyboardist in order to pursue a degree in music. As a trio, the band determined to fill the void and were forced to push their skills in musicianship to not only recreate the old sound but to also enhance their new one. After many more enthusiastic live performances, and a growing fan base to boot, the band has ascended rapidly in the craft, becoming an all-out audio arsenal. The band,once again a quartet with the addition of guitarist Cisco Garcia,is currently back in the studio piecing together their first full length album having signed with San Antonio label Texas is Funny Records while also preparing for their first tour around their home state of Texas.