Sadu is a commune in Sibiu County, Transylvania, Romania, at the foothils of the Cindrel Mountains, 27 km south of the county capital Sibiu, in the Mărginimea Sibiului ethnographical area. A commune (comunÄ in Romanian) is, along with the municipality, the lowest level of administrative subdivision in Romania. ... Sibiu (Hungarian: Szeben) is a county (judeÅ£) in the center of Romania, in Transylvania region, with the capital city Sibiu (population: 170,038). ... This article or section is in need of attention from an expert on the subject. ... Cindrel Mountains (also known as Cibin Mountains) are a group of mountains in central Romania in the center of the Southern Carpathians, in the North-East of the ParÃ¢ng Mountains group. ... County Sibiu County Status County capital Mayor Klaus Johannis, from Democratic Forum of Germans of Romania, since 2000 Area 121 kmÂ² Population (2002) 171,535 Density 1,417 inh/kmÂ² Geographical coordinates , Web site http://www. ... MÄrginimea Sibiului is an area which comprises 18 Romanian localities in the south-western part of the Sibiu County, in southern Transylvania, all of them having a unique ethnological, cultural, architectural and historical heritage. ...
In 1910 the village had 2143 inhabitants.
Categories: Romania geography stubs | Communes and villages in Transylvania | Sibiu County
California's Sadus ripped the Thrash scene a new asshole back in 1988 with their self-released frenzy 'Illusions', (also later released via Roadrunner) being technical and bluntly single minded all in one.
After the all out war of 'Ilusions' had bamboozled the mind with its precision pistol whipping, it came as a shock to discover that Sadus were committed stoners.
From mellowing out, these four lunatics seemed to tune-in to their respective abilities still further when ridin' high.........and maybe the relaxed vibe they enjoyed made them so distinctive, so out there, so incessentantly fast and to this day, so prime an example of Thrash Metal's ability to vocalise knife-edge aggressive perfection.
SADUS came together as a quartet in 1984 of vocalist Darren Travis, guitarist Rob Moore, bassist Steve DiGeorgio and drummer Jon Allen, although it was to be two years until the first fruits of this liaison came into being with the 1986 'D.T.P.' ('Death To Posers') demotape.
Quick to capitalise on this achievement SADUS stuck their hands in their pockets to self finance the debut album pulling in METAL CHURCH guitarist John Marshall as producer.
SADUS was put on ice for 1991 as DiGeorgio opted to assist DEATH for their 'Human' album.
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