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Sadus

Sadus is an American thrash metal trio from Antioch, California.

Sadus is a long-running metal band that straddles the line between thrash metal and death metal and are known for their highly technical playing style. Sadus was formed in 1984 in Antioch, California by high school friends Steve DiGiorgio (bass), Jon Allen (drums), Darren Travis (vocals/guitar), and Rob Moore (guitar). The band released 3 LPs between 1988 and 1992. Guitarist Rob Moore left the band in 1994 and the band has continued on as a trio. Sadus still continues to play and record occassionally. Steve DiGiorgio has become an in-demand bass player, playing and recording with bands like Death (2), Testament (2), Iced Earth, and many others. Both Steve and Jon have also played in Dragonlord.

Similar Bands: Kreator, Death, Coroner, Toxik, Razor

LPs
Out for Blood
2006

2.5
63 Votes
Elements of Anger
1997

3.1
50 Votes
A Vision of Misery
1992

4.1
107 Votes
Swallowed in Black
1990

4.1
152 Votes
Illusions
1988

4.2
187 Votes
EPs
Red Demo
1994

The Wake Of Severity
1989

Certain Death
1987

Death to Posers
1986

4.1
22 Votes
Compilations
DTP Demo 1986
2003

4.3
16 Votes
Chronicles Of Chaos
1997

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