Legitimate contenders towards the state of “world’s most crazy extreme metal music group,” Australia’s Sadistik Exekution shaped in the middle-’80s and remained steadfastly focused on taking part in the fastest, most violently over-the-top music they could throughout their profession. In some methods old-school and in others almost avant-garde, their design mixed together areas of dark, thrash, loss of life, and doom metallic, often performed at extremely fast rates of speed, while at others rendered at a almost dirge-like crawl. The group was founded in 1986 by vocalist Rok and bassist Dave Slave, though it had taken several changes prior to the remaining lineup settled set up. During the past due ’80s, Rok and Slave shifting to Melbourne and back again, aswell as trying several lineups with associates (or ex-members) of another Aussie severe metal music group, Slaughterlord, but nothing at all trapped. By 1988, nevertheless, the band do manage to choose a quartet lineup — curved out by guitarist Rev. Kriss Hades and drummer Sloth — lengthy more than enough to record the materials for their initial LP. Still, it had taken two even more years for the record, ultimately entitled The Magus, to obtain released (the label was Vampire Information). For this period, in 1991, Sadistik Exekution performed their initial live present, to a big crowd within their hometown of Sydney. Focus on their second discharge, eventually to become entitled We Are Loss of life – Fukk You, finally started in 1993, this time around with just one more new member up to speed, the Machanik (instead of drummer Sloth). This record was finally completed and released in 1994 in the French-based Osmose Productions label. To get We Are Loss of life, Sadistik Exekution embarked on the first Western tour, with labelmates Absu and Impaled Nazarene also readily available; however, because the Machanik experienced fallen sufferer to mental instability problems, a fresh drummer again needed to be discovered, this time by means of Skitz (from your Aussie hardcore music group Broken). Upon coming back, the band go about documenting their next recording,K.A.O.S., released in 1997 on Surprise and later on re-released in 2000 on Osmose. Even more instability adopted, along with gossips that the music group experienced finally split up, but accurate to create, they returned in the dead just as before release a another album. Merely entitled Fukk, it arrived in 2002, once more on Osmose, and demonstrated that the music group acquired no motives of allowing up or taming their action anytime soon.