Italian cyber-metal quartet Sisthema were founded in 1994 by first members Lucio Minghetti (guitar and backing vocals), and Massimo Pirazzoli (lead vocals). After earning a competition, the band, a five-piece, was presented with the chance to lead a track to some CD compilation known as Leap the Grunge. A season afterwards, the group documented its first demonstration, a ten-song collection properly named Demonstration 1995, with brand-new drummer Filippo Goni. The demonstration, which featured an early on edition of Sisthema’s futuristic thrash, marketed well and resulted in another compilation appearance, as the group continuing to write materials and hone its sound. In early 1997, Sisthema documented its first recording, Bioelectric Violent Sisthem, with audio engineer Riccardo Pasini (aka Paso). The record, another ten-song arranged, was written by Italian indie label Dawn of Sadness in 1998 and resulted in increased media presence, better gigs, and positive write-ups within the underground metallic press. The music group were presented on Route Of Experience Information’ Italian Encounters Vol. 2 compilation in early 1999, and, following a departure of its second guitarist, Sisthema made a decision to stay a four-piece. This trimmed-down lineup documented a four-song promotional Compact disc at Fear Studio room later that 12 months and was consequently asked to indication with Sound Information. The conceptual The 4th Discontinuity, Sisthema’s 1st offering beneath the Sound umbrella, premiered in 2001. The recording is also transported by Century Press Records.