|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Scraping The Flesh||5||Audio||2004-02-00||Not On Label (Die Sektor Self-released)|
|2||To Be Fed Upon||11||Audio||2007||Gravitator Records|
|3||Applied Structure In A Void||15||Audio||2011-02-25||Deathwatch Asia|
|4||Applied Structure In A Void||13||Audio||2011-02-25||NoiTekk|
|5||The Final Electro Solution||16||Audio||2012-08-14||COP International|
|6||(-)existence(+)||25||Audio||2013-11-12||Digital World Audio|
|9||(-)existence||11||Audio||2013-11-12||Digital World Audio|
|10||(+)existence||12||Audio||2013-11-12||Digital World Audio|
|11||(-)origins||3||Audio||2014-04-19||Digital World Audio|
Die Sektor is the creative outlet of Scott Denman, Alan Smith, Daniel Gant and Edwin Alter. Founded in 2003 by Scott Denman and Daniel Gant, Die Sektor began experimenting with electronic music. In 2004, the 5 song demo "Scraping the Flesh" was recorded, sent out and put up for download, simultaneously accquiring a deal with NoiTekk and a chart position on the DUC.
While working on the debut album, there was a split between singer and programmer, leaving Die Sektor without a voice. John Gerteisen immediately signed on as vocalist bringing the programming talents of Alan Smith with him, both having been heavily involved in the production of "Scraping the Flesh".
Daniel Gant later returned to the band and Edwin Alter is now the current vocalist of Die Sektor.