Sadistik Exekution

Also known as Sadistik Execution
Members of Sadistik Exekution: Dave Slave, Rev. Kriss Hades, Rok (5), Sandy Vahdanni, Sloth (4)
This performer (group) in the Internet: https://web.archive.org/web/20070928213916/http://fade.to/sadx, http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Sadistik_Exekution/1275

Discography of Sadistik Exekution:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Fukk II 10 Audio 2004-05-03
2 The Magus 10 Audio 2001 Osmose Productions
3 K.A.O.S. 16 Audio 1999 Osmose Productions
4 Fukk 12 Audio 2002-02-25 Osmose Productions
5 Fukk 12 Audio 2002 Osmose Productions
6 Lupercalia / Sadistically Executed 2 Audio 1991 Black Power Records
7 The Magus 13 Audio 1991 Vampire Records (2)
8 K.A.O.S. 11 Audio 2007-10-30 Kneel Before The Master's Throne Records
9 Death Metal 45 Audio 2010-04-16 Kneel Before The Master's Throne Records
10 Fukk II 10 Audio 2004-05-03 Osmose Productions
11 Fukk II 10 Audio 2004-05-03
12 K.A.O.S. 11 Audio 1997 Shock (2)
13 K.A.O.S. 16 Audio 1999 Metal Records (4)
14 We Are Death Fukk You 10 Audio 2010 Kneel Before The Master's Throne Records
15 Death Metal 45 Audio 2010-04-16 Kneel Before The Master's Throne Records
16 K.A.O.S. 11 Audio 2007-10-30 Kneel Before The Master's Throne Records
17 Fukk 12 Audio 2002-02-25 Osmose Productions
18 Suspiral Demo 1991 / Murder In The Dark 5 Audio 2014-02-06 Nuclear War Now! Productions
19 Suspiral Demo 1991 / Murder In The Dark 5 Audio 2014-02-06 Nuclear War Now! Productions
20 Suspiral Demo 1991 / Murder In The Dark 5 Audio 2014-02-06 Nuclear War Now! Productions
21 Suspiral 2 Audio 1991 Not On Label (Sadistik Exekution Self-Released)
22 We Are Death Fukk You 10 Audio 1994 Osmose Productions
23 Sadistik Elektrokution 3 Audio 1998 Shock (2)
24 Fukk II 10 Audio 2010 Kneel Before The Master's Throne Records
25 K.A.O.S. 16 Audio 1999 Osmose Productions


Sadistik Exekution was formed in Australia in 1985 by [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/2957404-Rok-5]Rok[/url] (vocals) and Corpes Thundertrash (drums), after the demise of their short-lived previous band Sadist, along with Claws Mayhem (guitar) and [a507863] (bass). In 1988 Claws Mayhem was forced to leave the band due to a mental illness and was replaced on guitar by [a3417466] of [a1050253]. Shortly after [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/508569-Sloth-4]Sloth[/url] (drums) joined the band. During this early period the band released the [r=4087726] cassette and recorded their debut album [m=119268], which did not see a release for several years.

Sandy left the band in late 1987, and in 1988 they recruited [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/507861-Rev-Kriss-Hades]Kriss Hades[/url] to replace him. This line-up (Rok, Dave Slave, Sloth and Kriss Hades) would remain in place for the rest of the band's existence. In 1991 their fellow Australians at [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/61986-Vampire-Records-2]Vampire Records[/url] finally released the long-delayed album [m=119268] on LP and CD, and Greek label [l110199] released the [r=2287480] 7". These followed up shortly with the self-released demo cassette [r=5372836], intended as a promo for their next album, which was to be titled "Spiritual Dynamics"; this album was never released,

In 1994 they were signed to [l24512] from France, who released their second album, [m=119270], the same year, followed by the [r=3668702] CD single in 1995. In 1996 they went on their first tour through Europe and Australia with [a256011] and [a254587]. Their shows are remembered as being quite disturbing and sick due to the members piercing their flesh on stage and various other things. Attacks on the crowd were also a common thing.

The band eventually left Osmose Productions and in 1997 they released their third album, [m=119272], through the Australian label [url=http://www.discogs.com/label/1289-Shock-2]Shock[/url]. Shock also released the [r=5491987] CD single in 1998. They returned to the Osmose roster for their fourth album, 2002's [m=234052], followed in 2004 by [m=418175]. The band then entered a period of inactivity; many thought they were over and done with until the release of the [m=440028] split 7" with [a310398] in 2006, released by US label [l43152]. That was their final release of new material to date.

In 2009 the band played their only live performance since 1999 for the first annual Australian Metal Awards. There have been no further signs of life since, but no official announcement of an end to the band has been forthcoming, so their current status in unknown.


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