Sadus was formed in 1984 in Antioch, California. While its very first efforts were based highly on Slayer, the band gradually progressed and developed its sound into a unique, innovative kind of music. Even suffering from poor media exposure, the band has been able to reach some of the highest peaks in the technical metal genre, due to the constantly improving musicianship of its members.
The band name was suggested by a friend of the band named Rick Rogers in 1985. It was originally taken from the novel Dune where Sadus are judges. The Fremen title refers to holy judges, equivalent to saints. However, according to bass guitarist/vocalist Steve DiGiorgio: « He (Rogers) liked the sound of it and he said he could make it into a cool logo. So we chose it […] it’s not supposed to have a meaning as we don’t stand for anything. »
- Darren Travis - vocals, guitar
- Steve DiGiorgio - vocals, bass guitar, keyboards
- Jon Allen - drums
- Rob Moore - guitar
- Myles Kennedy - guitar (touring)
- Studio albums
-D.T.P. (1986) (Stands for Death to Posers) (originally released as a demo, released as a studio album with Certain Death in 2003)
- Illusions (1988) (known as Chemical Exposure for the CD and cassette release)
- Swallowed in Black (1990)
- A Vision of Misery (1992)
- Elements of Anger (1997)
- Out for Blood (2006)
- Chronicles of Chaos (1997)
- Certain Death (1987)
- The Wake of Severity (1989)
- Red Demo (1994)
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