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Strata was a rock band from Campbell, California formed in 2001.

They released two full-length albums with Wind-up Records, before disbanding after the departure of vocalist Eric Victorinyahooo on 19 January 2008.

In 2001, under the name Downside, the band released the nine-track EP Sleep.

In 2003, after changing the band name to Strata, they released the seven-track EP Now the Industry is Outnumbered. Their Factories are Burning Down.[

In 2004 they released their first full-length album on Wind-up Records.

The album was featured on the Billboard "Top Heat脱毛エステseekers" chart, where it peaked at number forty-one.[

The album contained a lot of revised material from their previous internet only release When It's All Burning, and EP now the industry is outnumbered... their factories are burning down.

The album spawned two singles, "The Panic" and "Never There (She stabs)", which were accompanied by music videos.

Another song, "Piece By P英会話iece", was featured on the soundtrack for the movie The Punisher, and the video game Madden NFL 2005.[

"Never There (She Stabs)" was featuレーシック 大阪red on the soundtrack of the movie Elektra.

During 2004 the band toured with Alien Ant Farm, dredg, Sno-Core, Smile Empty Soul, Finger Eleven, Nonpoint, and Skindred.

On 17 July 2007, the band released their second full length album, titled Strata Presents The End of the World.

The album spawned two singles, "Cocグルコサミンaine (We're All Going to Hell)" and "Stay Young". Critics noted a departure from the bands previous nu-metal grunge sound, into a more 'atmospheric' and 'epic' sound, similar to that of My Chemical Romance or the Mars Volta.

In September 2007, Strata toured with Kaddisfly.

The tour was theクレンジングir first co-headlining tour and covered most of the United States West Coast. Between 29 November 2007 and 16 December 2007, Strata toured the West Coast of the U.S., beginning in Orangevale, California and finishing in San Francisco.

On January 19, 2008, vocalist Eric Victorino announced that he was leaving the band, stating that he wanted to explore his creativity, and encouraging fans to "let this be a time of growth and evolution, a celebration of the past eight years and anticipation of what's to come.

The band was subsequently disbanded, with Hernandez and Robison forming a new project titled Beta State.[

Victorino later started a new band named the Limousines, and also published two books; a short story and poetry compilation titled Coma Therapy, and Trading Shadows for Sunshine: A Loosely Chronicled Descent into the World of Exercise Bikes and Antidepressants.