Turkey's Terror EBM Pioneer SADIZTIK:INJEKTION was formed in the year of 2006 by Samet Özgür (aka Pzykho Doktor). He first released "Infekted and Injekted" song via Internet. which got some nice reviews. Arsenique (Utku) from Turkish Gothic / Darkwave pioneers Dabbet-ül-arz was produced on this song. Then Samet released "Endless 8" via Internet. When the song was produced at that time it got some very good reviews even though it had bad quality sound. Thus these songs was the end of amateur recording for SADIZTIK:INJEKTION. SADIZTIK:INJEKTION started his debut promotional demo "Beta Version World" . He later on released a few songs from this album via Internet. These songs had some excelent reviews from listeners and some bands, especially, leader of Terror EBM genre Suicide Commando ! Some bands supported SADIZTIK:INJEKTION like Doomsday Refreshment Committee, Audiofever, Gothrixus, Zwart, Ka0s Projekt, Virgins O.R. Pigeons and have made remixes for SADIZTIK:INJEKTION. Finally SADIZTIK:INJEKTION released his first promotional demo "Beta Version World" on his self underground industrial electro label Cyber Noize Productions". Later, SADIZTIK:INJEKTION has started for recordings of first full lenght album called "Global Genocide"! Hard and harsh distorted beats, violent distorted vocals, hard and dark synthlines, atmospheric dark pad, rhythmic basslines. This is new album of SADIZTIK:INJEKTION! SADIZTIK:INJEKTION gave a new song from "Global Genocide" to Johan Van Roy's second Complation CD "Noise Terror Vol.2 - World Wide Electronics"
- Violence will never ends!!!
THE BAND :
Samet Özgür (Vocals / Synthesizers / Programming)
Al Senger (Live Synthesizers / Promoter / Manager)
Narcotics - Genocide - Anti religion - Destruction - Technology - Death - Grimness - Evilness - Terror - Acid - World War III - Human Factories - Lethal Injection - Viruses - Bitches - Chaos - Harsh - Nuclear Energy - Anti Human - Cyber Gothic - Machines - Serial Killers - Suicide - Apocalypse - Violence - Future World
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