Sabbat (2)

Also known as Sabbath
Members of Sabbat (2): Andy Sneap, Frazer Craske, Graham Butt, Martin Walkyier, Simon Jones (8), Simon Negus
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.myspace.com/officialsabbat, Array, http://sithean.com/sabbat/ (unofficial)

Discography of Sabbat (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989 Noise International
2 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Noise International
3 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989 Noise International
4 Mourning Has Broken 8 Audio 1991
5 Dreamweaver 12 Audio 2008 Back On Black
6 History Of A Time To Come 14 Audio 2008 Back On Black
7 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Noise International
8 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989
9 Mourning Has Broken 8 Audio 1991 Noise International
10 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Accord
11 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989 Noise International
12 Dreamweaver (Reflections Of Our Yesterdays) - Expanded Edition 13 Audio 2007-02-00 Noise Records
13 Blood For The Blood God 3 Audio 1987 Noise International
14 The End Of The Beginning 8 Audio 1990 Fotodisk Video
15 Dreamweaver 12 Audio 2008 Back On Black
16 History Of A Time To Come 14 Audio 2008 Back On Black
17 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989-05-22
18 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Accord
19 History Of A Time To Come - Expanded Edition 15 Audio 2007-02-00 Noise Records
20 History Of A Time To Come - Expanded Edition 15 Audio 2007-02-00 Dynamo Records (4)
21 Dreamweaver (Reflections Of Our Yesterdays) - Expanded Edition 13 Audio 2007-02-00 Dynamo Records (4)
22 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 2005 Союз
23 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Maze Music
24 The End Of The Beginning 8 Audio 1990 Fotodisk Video
25 Burning Into The Fire 18 Audio 2003 Not On Label
26 The Rig Gig 8 Audio 2006 Not On Label
27 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Noise International
28 Live Dynamo Open Air '88 6 Audio Not On Label
29 Live In Dusseldorf '88 6 Audio Not On Label
30 The End Of The Beginning 8 Audio 2008 Fotodisk Video (2)
31 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 2000 Noise International
32 Mourning Has Broken 8 Audio 1991 Noise (3)
33 Dreamweaver 8 Audio 1991
34 History Of A Time To Come - Expanded Edition 15 Audio 2007-02-00 Noise Records
35 The End Of The Beginning 9 Audio 1991-05-21 Fotodisk Video
36 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Noise International
37 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 2003 Noise International
38 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio Noise International
39 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989 Baron Music
40 The Cautionary Tapes 17 Audio 2013-04-00 Not On Label
41 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 TACT
42 Mourning Has Broken 8 Audio 1991 MG Records (2)
43 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989 Noise International
44 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1989 Valentine Sound Productions
45 Dreamweaver 9 Audio 1989 Valentine Sound Productions
46 Live Springfield 2008 12 Audio 2013 Not On Label
47 A Cautionary Tale Live At Berlin 1990 3 Audio 2013 Not On Label
48 The Clerical Conspiracy 3 Audio 2013 Not On Label
49 Mourning Has Broken 8 Audio 1991 Noise (3)
50 History Of A Time To Come 9 Audio 1988 Noise International


Formed: Nottingham, England, 1985.

Disbanded: 1990.

Reformed: 2006.

Influential and highly regarded UK Thrash band formed by guitarist Andy Sneap, bassist Frazer Craske, drummer Simon Negus and vocalist Martin Walkyier. They are recognized for their unique musical approach as well as lyrics & themes which dealt with Wyrdism, Celtic mysticism and paganism.

Craske and Walkyier left the band in 1990, the latter to form [a=Skyclad], while Sabbat's final album; 1991's [r=1622554] was considered a critical and commercial failure and the remnants of the band split up soon afterward.

Martin Walkyier, Frazer Craske and Simon Jones unofficially reformed Sabbat with Skyclad drummer Andy Newby under the name Return To The Sabbat in 2001. The name change reflects the fact that the event was blocked by Andy Sneap. Though they performed a few times at festivals, Return To The Sabbat disbanded soon afterward.

Sabbat officially reformed in 2006 with their "classic" 1989 [r=623052] line-up to play a small number of shows. These reunions are described by the band as "a bit of fun" and despite no long-term plans they still perform occasionally. Frazer Craske departed the band following a performance at a festival in April 2007, and the band carried on with his replacement Gizz Butt.


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